Soon, visitors to Universal Orlando will become part of an evil army on the ‘Despicable Me Minion Mayhem’ ride, and five very well-known stars are among the first to join the ranks!
The boys of One Direction headed to Orlando recently, where they met the evil genius Gru, along with his three daughters: Margo, Edith, and Agnes. They also got early access to ‘Despicable Me Minion Mayhem,’ where they were transformed into tiny yellow minions that assisted Gru in becoming the greatest evil genius the world has ever seen. Don’t worry, though, he had them transformed back to their human form when they were done (whew!)
Fans of ‘Despicable Me’ will be able to check out ‘Minion Mayhem’ when it opens its doors to the masses on Tuesday, July 2. It’s one experience that you’ll want to check out for sure, and it’s only available at Universal Orlando!
Awesome news, Directioners! One Direction are already pretty big, and now they may get even bigger — say, 30 feet tall. Rumor has it a One Direction movie may be happening!
Reports say that the band was in talks with Simon Cowell about a television show, but that a full-blown film may happen instead. Harry Styles said they’ve even had some pitches already. “We have had a few offers,” Styles revealed. “We like the idea of a documentary-style one.” So do we!
The adorable Brits will perform at this month’s Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards. They’re currently on tour with Big Time Rush and enjoying the Directioner mania that comes with their appearances.
‘What Makes You Beautiful’ recently captured the prestigious Best British Single title at the 2012 BRIT Awards, and it debuted at No. 28 in its first week of U.S. release, the highest charting debut by a U.K. artist on the Hot 100 in 14 years. The group will also appear on an episode of ‘iCarly‘ later this year in both performance and acting segments.
This sounds like such an awesome idea! I think a documentary would be cool to see! Also rumors saying that they may get their own show on Nickelodeon. I think a movie would be better as it’s not so time-committing for the boys with already such a big schedule they have.