'Despicable Me 3' is finally here, and while we see that Gru's family is finally complete, we don't get to see half as much of the minions in the first trailer as we have seen before. Let's hope that that sentiment doesn't translate to the full movie.

Despicable Me 3Gru faces off against a new menace in 'Despicable Me 3'

Steve Carell once again lends his voice to the supervillain-turned-anti-villain Gru, though this time he also gets to take on board another character. Gru's long-lost twin brother Dru is in town, and tensions are high between the pair of them. Sibling rivalry is not a new concept, but it makes for a big distraction when he and his new wife Lucy Wilde (Kristen Wiig) have a supervillain to catch.

Balthazar Bratt (voiced by 'South Park' creator Trey Parker) is very much stuck in the 80s with his mullet, shoulder-pads and terrible dance moves, and it's all down to his former life as a child movie star. Now he's a diamond thief who Gru and Lucy are attempting to take down - but have they finally met their match?

Watch the trailer for 'Despicable Me 3' here


Probably not. Since Gru most certainly had already met his match when Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier) and Agnes (Nev Scharrel) came into his life. They'll make a reappearance in 'Despicable Me 3', now a little older but no less adventure-loving, and will no doubt aid the minions in helping Gru on his latest case.

It's been three years since 'Despicable Me 2', but since then we have been treated to the much needed origin story 'Minions' which was released in 2015. That film's director Kyle Balda has joined the directing team for this installment, alongside returning director Pierre Coffin and former character designer Eric Guillon in his directorial debut. Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio are back as screenwriters.

'Despicable Me 3' will be released in US movie theatres on June 30th 2017.