Steve Carell Slips Back Into 'Despicable Me' Character for Children-Focused COVID-19 PSA
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The actor voicing Gru in the animation film teams up with the World Health Organization, the United Nations Foundation and Illumination studio to promote social distancing amid the pandemic.

AceShowbiz - Steve Carell has revisited his "Despicable Me" villain for a special coronavirus public service announcement aimed at children.

The actor teamed with bosses at the World Health Organization, the United Nations Foundation and Chris Meledandri's Illumination animation studio to promote safety precautions, social distancing, and good hygiene amid the pandemic, while also urging youngsters to be kind to one another.

"At this challenging time, we must find all ways possible to provide hope to people while sharing advice that can protect our health," said Dr. Tedros Adhanom, Director-General of the World Health Organization. "WHO is excited to be working with Illumination and Steve Carell and the joys of the ('Despicable Me' characters) Minions and Gru to promote the importance of physical distancing, keeping active and connected, and being kind and compassionate to overcome COVID-19."

Illumination is the first Hollywood Studio to join with members of the World Health Organization, the UN Foundation and the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to promote safety measures during the ongoing global health crisis.

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