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The Weirdest Movie Merchandise Of 2013
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DESPICABLE ME 2

On his appearance on the Empire Podcast this year, Steve Carrell admitted he doesn’t mind that his character, Gru, is not really what the audience are going to see. The legions of kids are there not for the evil mastermind’s pointy nose and ridiculous voice, but for the minions, which explains both the spin-off movie they’re getting (with Sandra Bullock voicing another genius with plans for global domination) and these seemingly never-ending yellow-tinged tie-ins.

Straight away, your little one will want a ‘Fart Blaster’ (don’t worry, it’s banana-flavoured) ($39.99)

Despicable Me 2 Fart Blaster

then a mind-bogglingly creepy armchair ($79.99)

Despicable Me 2 Armchair

then this appalling swimming-aid-shaped outfit (£34.99)

Despicable Me 2 Swimming Aid

as well as a bobble hat ($21.99)

Despicable Me 2 Hat

and, if they’re feeling generous to the big guy, a gruesome Gru mask (£32.99).

Despicable Me 2 Gru Mask

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