Gru must fend off two enemies this time around. One is a former child star of the 80s, and the other is his long-lost brother…
Another day, another supervillain trying to take over the world. And this time, it’s one Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker).
And Bratt is a former child star obsessed with the character he played back in the 80s. So obsessed in fact, that he has almost become that character, leaving his old self behind.Despicable Me 3 has Gru (Steve Carrell) facing off against this new supervillain on the scene, though that’s not the only foe the Minion master must face this time around.
A visit from his long-lost brother Dru (also Steve Carrell) can mean only one thing sibling rivalry. If you were expecting a joyous reunion after all this time, well, that’s just not how supervillains work.With Steve Carrell reprising his role as Gru as well as taking on the role of his brother, Dru - he is accompanied by South Park co-creator, Trey Parker, as Balthazar Bratt. Despicable Me 3 also welcomes back the famous voices of Kristen Wiig as Gru’s wife Lucy, and Miranda Cosgrove as daughter Margo.The film is helmed by Pierre Coffin, who has been involved in the series since the very start, while Kyle Balda co-directs once again, having held the very same role for the successful spinoff, Minions.
Adults: £6 / Children: £5 / Friends of Whitby Pavilion: £5 / Family of 4: £20
Running Time: 126 mins
Saturday 5 August: 2.30pm
Sunday 6 August: 2.30pm
Monday 7 August: 11am
Tuesday 8 August: 1pm