Recording Arts Graduates Work Behind the Scenes on ‘Minions’

Minions, the latest installment in the beloved and hilarious Despicable Me franchise, arrived in U.S. theaters today. Already, the film has earned $6.2 million from Thursday night previews alone – an animated film opening record.

The story is part spin-off, part prequel, and documents the bumbling evolution of Minions, the fictional yellow creatures introduced in 2010’s Despicable Me. The Minions travel across the globe, seeking to serve history’s most despicable masters – a T. Rex, Dracula, and Napoleon, among others – while accidentally killing each along the way. Eventually, their adventure leads to Orlando, FL, where they meet and accompany Scarlet Overkill, the world’s first female supervillain.

The Minions are voiced by French animator and actor Pierre Coffin, and Mrs. Overkill by Sandra Bullock. Other actors lending their pipes to the film include Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton, and Steve Carell.

We’re proud to announce that Recording Arts graduates Gary Rizzo and Alexander Verbitskiy also contributed their expertise to the film during post-production. Gary worked as a sound re-recording mixer, and Alexander worked as a score technical engineer.

For more about Minions, check out the official trailer below.

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3 thoughts on “Recording Arts Graduates Work Behind the Scenes on ‘Minions’

  1. Pup Pup says:

    This movie is amazing I like it. The animation is professional with a good sound effects.
    I’m so proud that students graduated from Fullsail worked as a sound re-recording mixer, and worked as a score technical engineer in this movie. Congratulations you are doing the best.

    This movie is amazing I like it. The animation is professional with a good sound effects.
    I’m so proud that students graduated from Fullsail worked as a sound re-recording mixer, and worked as a score technical engineer in this movie. Congratulations you are doing the best.

  2. Xiaofan Yang says:

    I really like this animation movies and I watched it two times. This movie’s sound is also amazing. I’m very proud that our school graduates worked as this movie, and I also very envy them.

  3. Daniel Heonsu Kim says:

    The animation is really interesting and exciting. Characters are very famous around the world. I proud them who graduated FullSail student participated in animation.

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