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The adorable minions of Gru returns in 'Despicable Me 2' this July, and a new epic war between the few and the many is depicted even grittier in '300: Rise of an Empire' this August.
The adorable yellow creatures in the 'Despicable Me' film franchise are about to have their own feature which will be directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda.
'Deathly Hallows: Part I' and 'Alice in Wonderland' are eying Favorite Movie title, while the stars Emma Watson and Johnny Depp are up for Favorite Actress and Actor respectively.
'Twilight Saga's Eclipse' dominates the movie nominees with eight nods, eying the coveted Favorite Movie and Favorite Drama Movie titles.
Russell Brand has another reason to celebrate beside his weekend wedding for his movie enters number 1 in U.K. Box Office.
The sci-fi flick still holds the first position though it drops 35.6 percent in ticket sales while the drama starring Zac Efron debuts on sixth with an estimated 12.1 million dollar gross.
Though the Angelina Jolie-starring action film debuts well, the Christopher Nolan's sci-fi flick collects more than the newcomer.
The Christopher Nolan's film snatches the crown from 'Despicable Me' though it does not fulfill the projected opening revenue of 70 million dollars.
'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' adds other four nods, while 'Salt' enters the competition with two nominations.
The third 'Twilight' film is forced to hand over the crown after it drops about 51.1 percent in ticket sales, while the animation makes a strong opening with 56.4 million dollars revenue.
Miranda Cosgrove, Elsie Fisher and Dana Gaier are among the film's stars hitting the yellow carpet, while Joey King is one of the celebrity guests.
When he feels his three little girls are treated unfairly, the world's second greatest villain decides to show his devilish side for the sake of their happiness.