Gru Will Face Balthazar Bratt In ‘Despicable Me 3’, Fans Will See Gru & Dru's Antics

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Dec 16, 2016 06:24 PM EST
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The recently released first teaser of "Despicable Me 3" has introduces its fans with its latest villain Balthazar Bratt. Gru and his gang of Minions are back for a whole new adventure and this time their opponent is Balthazar Bratt. Gru's brother Dru will also be there.

Steve Carell once again lends his voice for Gru. Trey Parker who co-created "South Park" and Broadway hit "The Book of Mormon" lends his voice to Balthazar Bratt. Gru's Long-lost brother Dru will also be introduced in the film. But Dru has a completely different temperament than Gru. Balthazar Bratt is a former child star in the 80s. But after the cancellation of his show, in his puberty, he plans to dominate the world.

Balthazar was the star of a popular TV show "Evil Bratt". He was very successful until he reached puberty. As he had lost his appeal his TV show also got canceled. Moreover, the final episode of his show was not aired. After two years Balthazar was seen in Hollywood magazines wearing the outfit his character wore. Suddenly he completely disappears, as per Fandom.

"Despicable me" franchise is hugely successful. Both the previous movies did extremely well and the spinoff "Minion" was even more successful. It made over $1.159 billion. It also became the 11th highest grossing film of all time. Earlier Cinema Blend revealed that one of the main themes of the movie will be sibling rivalry which means fans will see a lot of antics by Gru and his twin brother Dru. Both the brothers will be voiced by Steve Carell. They look almost the same. Except Dru has a full head of blond hair and dresses in white.

Kristen Wiig will lend her voice to Lucky and Gru's adopted children Agnes, Margo, and Edith will be back in "Despicable Me 3". Miranda Cosgrove as Margo and Dana Gaier as Edith will make the movie funnier.

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