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Minions : Fictional Character 

They are small,yellow and cylindrical shaped.They are one or two eyes and playing a special characteristics in the film. Minions are posses additional physiological characteristic as glow sticks for activities in the dark. They stil have fan picked out words that seem to be specific meanings in the movies like


  • “Ba-boy” means ”toy.”
  • “Bi-do” means ”I’m sorry.”
  • “Para tú” means roughly “for you.”
  • “La boda”means “marriage.”
  • “Hana, Dul, Sae” means “One, Two, Three”.

They love bananas and apples (or “papples”, as they call them) and enjoy with fine arts and find anything having to do with butts extremely funny. They love to do new things & want to confident by themselves .

The film focus on the Minions which are yellow henchmen who have existed since the beginning of time. Their existence as artificial beings and are made from a single strand of mutated DNA. The minions wear metal goggles accommodating to their number of eyes with black gloves. They enjoy playing with Agnes, Edith and Margo as well as toilet paper.

They are serving history’s most ambitious villains and destroying with all bad guys through their ineptitude, where three of the Minions set out to find a new evil master.

Minions: upcoming animated film

Next despicable me movie squeal will be naming as “Minions”. That means,  Minions is an upcoming 2015 American 3D computer-animated comedy film which is a spin-off/prequel to the 2010 hit Despicable Me.  The film is scheduled to be released on July 10, 2015. The film was first teased in the ending credits of Despicable Me 2, where you can see three Minions are auditioning for the film. Excellent way to promote next film.

Minions poster

Directed by Pierre Coffin
Kyle Balda
Produced by Chris Meledandri
Janet Healey
Written by Brian Lynch
Starring Sandra Bullock
Jon Hamm
Studio Illumination Entertainment
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date(s)
  • July 10, 2015
Country United States
Language English