What happens when you take one of radio’s most infectiously poppy ans feel good song and give it a puppy treatment?
Let’s just say that it’s something so sweet that it might give you cavities bigger than you already have. Thanks to the people over at The Pet Collective, they have put together a video of puppies romping around to the tune of Pharrell’s Academy-Award nominated and Despicable Me 2 theme song, “Happy.”
While the song might not be the exact same lyrics as the one that Pharrell and his big Smokey the Bear hat song out during the Oscars a few weeks back or what thumps through your radio, but the new edited version makes you want to go, “aww”.
“I might be waggy, but I wanna play / I’m your best friend but you can get away / I deserve a treat ’cause I’m a lucky babe / I got hair, shakin’ the air, doggie by the day,” goes the new version of the song. No word on whether or not Pharrell actually sang the new version of the song, but you be the judge of that.
Ever wondered what would happen if the Despicable Me minions would have taken over certain famous roles in films? Well, the people at Next Movie have and today they reveal eight different posters featuring the adorable minions taking on the roles of some iconic characters. Some include Princess Leia from Star Wars, ‘The Dude’ from The Big Lebowski, Jules and Vincent from Pulp Fiction and many more.
The full eight posters can be seen below and don’t forget that the lovable minions will be returning to a movie theater near you starting today for Despicable Me 2.
Princess Leia of Star Wars
Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski from The Big Lebowski
Mary from There’s Something About Mary
Jules and Vincent from Pulp Fiction
Edward Cullen from Twilight
Zach Galifianakis as every Zach Galifianakis character
Effie Trinket from The Hunger Games
Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men
The minions (and Gru) are back in action with the follow-up to 2010’s surprise hit, Despicable Me.
The sequel features a reformed Gru living his unexciting and completely normal life after saving this three adopted daughters (Margo, Edith and Agnes) from the first movie’s foe, Vector. After a new villain by the name of Eduardo makes an appearance, the Anti-Villain League ask for his help since e was once a villain himself.
With the help of his adorable, yellow henchmen, his adopted daughters, and the Anti-Villain Leagues heads, Gru is off to take on the new foe.
The new trailer for the film can be seen below:
Despicable Me 2 will hit theaters on July 3rd.