Grab tickets for Despicable Me 3 this school holidays

Gru (Steve Carell), his wife Lucy (Kristen Wiig) and their three adorable kiddies are back for a third movie to fight out the evils from achieving world domination.

Although the film is totally aimed at kids, adults will get a kick out of the film’s silly dance fights, ultra cute animals and funny one liners.

Despicable Me 3 introduces a new layer to the animation with Gru’s charming twin brother Dru who sets out to bring the ‘villain’ back out of Gru.

With luscious golden locks, a big heart and his father’s mansion under his belt, Dru immediately wins over the rest of the family who are blind to his evil goals.

Having just lost his job fighting the bad guys, Gru is quickly faced with the decision to turn the dark side for the sake of saving humanity yet again or to take his fancy helicopter home and settle into a normal life.

The film takes a super cute approach with unicorns, pigs, evil pink bubble gum and more to win over the attention of little ones.

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Details: Despicable Me 3 | in cinemas now | animation | PG