|Genres||Comedy, Short Film, Children's/Family|
|US Release Date||07/03/2013|
Benjamin Bratt has stepped in to replace Al Pacino in the Despicable Me sequel.
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After Al Pacino left 'Despicable Me 2' over creative differences just two months before the movie's release, Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment have recruited Benjamin Bratt to play the role of the film's villain, Eduardo.
Actor Al Pacino has stepped down from his role in the animated sure-to-be-blockbuster 'Despicable Me 2,' which is scheduled to come out July 3.
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