Titan kidnaps Roxanne and demands Megamind show himself. She is a spoof of. The Mega-Megamind takes his creator to be Metro Man, and starts his attack, programmed never to stop until his target is dead! While wandering the recently opened Metro Man Museum, Megamind sees Roxanne nearby, and uses his holographic disguise watch to take the form of Bernard, the museum's curator. We don't have anything like that coming on our schedule now. Although there's a hurdle when Minion has to look for the remote to activate the ray, he manages to find it in time. Del Toro only came onboard three weeks before the end of production, but went on to have a more substantial role in subsequent films.
When Metro Man arrives to save her, he reveals he is weak to copper, and Megamind obliterates him with a death ray. During the credits, Bernard is knocked out by Minion. The Ray blows up the Mega-Megamind, and Megamind has successfully proven himself as a hero. Hal, in his flight, recognizes Megamind's distinctive mispronunciations, and realizes he was duped. Hal is arrested for his crimes.
Titan does not arrive at the scheduled fight, and Megamind finds that he has used his abilities for criminal purposes. Archived from on March 13, 2011. As Hal is about to kill Roxanne, Megamind appears and frees her. Will Ferrell returns as the voice of Megamind. He and Minion hide in the Invisible Car. As the robot finds Megamind, Minion finally finds the correct remote and activates the Death Ray. It features the voices of , , , , and.
In July 2014, the film's distribution rights were purchased by from and transferred to , the rights are now owned by. He then tries to find the Death Ray remote control, but Megamind does not remember what the remote looks like, so Minion tries all the remotes. Shortly thereafter, Megamind's disguise fails, revealing his identity to Roxanne, who storms off. The short ends with Megamind and Minion seeing a signal in the sky an obvious spoof of the and riding off in the Invisible Car as they are called to action. Megamind received generally positive reviews from critics, praising its strong visuals and the cast's performances, but criticizing its unoriginality.
However, Minion realizes that he cannot activate the Death Ray because the control buttons were broken by Megamind's suit. Megamind escapes from the battle and seeks out Roxanne, hoping she can help. In its second weekend, it repeated at No. The duo then recover their gadgets to use for good purposes, including the De-Gun from Damien, who not only has refused to re-hydrate his mother but also used it on the parents of several other children, who are all now having a party to celebrate no longer having to do as they are told. All three versions of the game have been rated E10+ for fantasy violence by the. An and version is titled Megamind: Ultimate Showdown, while the version is titled Megamind: Mega Team Unite and the and versions are both titled Megamind: The Blue Defender.
And off they go on a new adventure. Archived from on December 17, 2011. She offers to take him to Metro Man's secret headquarters, where they are both surprised to find Metro Man alive. British Board of Film Classification. This is a slickly made short which kids will enjoy due to the sarcastic humour. Only when he later pushes a mysterious red button he activates a giant robot who thinks Megamind is now Metro Man and plans to eliminate him.
He and Minion see that Metro City has created a distress signal, showing to their great joy that they are now legitimate heroes to call in a crisis. In 2010 and 2011 followed a mini series of four 32-page books. Minion finds a seemingly harmless button that had also not had been sold. When Titan decides to kill Megamind rather than arrest him, Megamind lures Titan into a copper trap, but he is unaffected and continues to fight. Megamind then re-hydrates the parents with a glass of water to ensure that the children will face punishment for their actions, much to the children's dismay. He is a spoof of. Megamind puts his new power-giving devices to the test, but they prove to be useless against the robot.
His motivation throughout the film is to get her back to his apartment with him. On the day before the fight, Megamind gets into an argument with Minion about giving up villainy for Roxanne, while Titan tries and fails to woo her. In his latest plan, Megamind and his sidekick Minion kidnap reporter Roxanne Ritchi and hold her hostage in a -lined observatory. Archived from on January 8, 2011. The film was released on in March 2011 exclusively as a part of Samsung 3D Starter Kits, and on September 11, 2011, exclusively at Best Buy stores.
At least he seems to be trusting that the little kids will not use that dehydrate ray gun on their parents. Tighten engages in a super-powered fight with Megamind. It was the fifth-highest opening for an animated feature in 2010. Megamind fights Mega-Megamind with his new powers, but is defeated. Metro Man explains that he faked both his death and weakness, as he had become tired of being a superhero and wanted to become a music star. Ape Entertainment released under its Kizoic label five full colour comic books based on the film. Refusing to become the hero, Megamind allows himself to be imprisoned.
He builds himself new devices that provide him with superpowers, and to wipe the slate clean and make a fresh start he sells away all his old evil devices, to customers who can use it for non-evil purposes. Full version of the comic is also available on the Megamind website. Archived from on December 10, 2013. He talks to Roxanne and becomes attracted to her, and is inspired by one of her statements to create a new superhero for him to fight. The opening of the film, where Megamind is falling to his apparent death, was del Toro's idea. With Metro City spiraling out of control, Megamind attempts to set things right and discovers his newfound purpose—as a superhero. Megamind and the Spiderbot get off Mega-Megamind, using the robot's wrist-mounted shooter just before it explodes.