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  1. Megamind - Wikipedia

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    Will Ferrell as Megamind, a big blue head-shaped alien who is a supervillain. He is a spoof of Lex Luthor, Brainiac and... Tina Fey as Roxanne Ritchi, a TV news reporter who becomes Megamind's love interest. She is a spoof of Lois Lane. Jonah Hill as Hal Stewart / Tighten, Roxanne Ritchi's hapless, ...

    • Alan Schoolcraft, Brent Simons
    • Lara Breay, Denise Nolan Cascino
  2. Megamind Voices - Behind The Voice Actors

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    Megamind. Will Ferrell. [Show Non-English Actors] [Hide Non-English Actors] Koichi Yamadera. Luis Posada. Bastian Pastewka. Claudio Galvan. Roberto Pedicini.

  3. Metro Man Voices (Megamind) - Behind The Voice Actors

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    Megamind (2010 Movie) Metro Man. Brad Pitt. [Show Non-English Actors] [Hide Non-English Actors] Hiroki Tōchi. Oliver Welke. Adriano Giannini. Marcin Dorocinski.

  4. Minion Voices (Megamind) - Behind The Voice Actors

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    Megamind (2010 Movie) Minion. David Cross. [Show Non-English Actors] [Hide Non-English Actors] Mitsuaki Madono. Luis Alfonso Mendoza. Nanni Baldini. Hugolin Chevrette Landesque.

  5. Megamind | Ficreation | Fandom

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    • Plot
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    • Comic Books
    • Possible Sequel

    Ever since they arrived on Earth as infants, supervillain Megamind has fought superhero Metro Man for dominance of Metro City. In his latest plan, Megamind and his sidekick Minion kidnap reporter Roxanne Ritchi and hold her hostage in a copper-lined observatory. When Metro Man arrives to save her, he reveals he is weakened by copper, and Megamind obliterates him with a death ray. Megamind finally takes control of the city, but his celebration is short-lived as without Metro Man to challenge him, he finds his life has no meaning. While wandering the recently-opened Metro Man Museum, Megamind sees Roxanne nearby, and uses his holographic disguise watch to take the form of Bernard, the museum's curator, whom he had "dehydrated" into a small cube. He talks to Roxanne and becomes attracted to her, and is inspired by one of her statements to create a new superhero for him to fight. Megamind returns to his lair and creates a serum containing Metro Man's DNA which he plans to inject into a...

    The film was written by Alan J. Schoolcraft and Brent Simons. It was first titled Master Mind, and then Oobermind. It was suggested that Ben Stiller would be cast as Megamind, and later Robert Downey, Jr. but Will Ferrell was ultimately given the role, due to "scheduling conflicts" for Downey. Lara Breay and Denise Nolan Cascino were the film's producers, and Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld were the executive producers. Justin Theroux and Guillermo del Toro worked as creative consultants on the film. Del Toro only came onboard three weeks before the end of production, but went on to have a more substantial role in subsequent DreamWorks Animationfilms. The opening of the film, where Megamind is falling to his apparent death, was del Toro's idea.

    Megamind premiered on October 28, 2010, in Russia, and was theatrically released in the United States on November 5, 2010. It was supposed to be released in Japanon March 12, 2011, but because of the earthquake and tsunami a day before, the Japanese release was cancelled.

    Box office

    Megamind opened to $12.5 million on opening day, and earned $46 million over the three-day weekend, taking the No. 1 spot and averaged $11,668 from around 7,300 screens at 3,944 theaters. The opening was a bit higher than How to Train Your Dragon, which earned $43.7 million back in March 2010. It was the fifth-highest opening for an animated feature in 2010. In its second weekend, it repeated at No. 1 and dropped 37% to $29.1 million for a $7,374 average from 3,949 theaters, and bringing its...

    Critical response

    Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives a score of 72% based on 176 reviews and an average rating of 6.6 out of 10. The site's consensus states the film "regurgitates plot points from earlier animated efforts, and isn't quite as funny as it should be, but a top-shelf voice cast and strong visuals help make Megamind a pleasant, if unspectacular, diversion." Another review aggregator, Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, calculate...

    DreamWorks Animation and WildStorm produced a 32-page full-color comic book titled The Reign of Megamind, which was released in July 2010 exclusively at the Comic-Con convention. Full version of the comic is also available on the Megamindwebsite. Ape Entertainment released under its Kizoic label five full colour comic books based on the film. A 52-page prequel titled "MEGAMIND: Reign of Megamind" was released in October 2010. It features two stories titled "The Reign of Megamind" and "MINION 2.0". The stories show Megamind and Minion's biggest failures in their attempt to defeat Metro Man. In 2010 and 2011 followed a mini series of four 32-page books. The comic book #1 features story titled "Can I Have This Dance", #2 features "Bad Minion! Bad!", #3 features "Megamutt" and #4 features "A Sidekick's Sidekick".

    In April 2011, DreamWorks Animation's CEO, Jeffrey Katzenberg, commented that the studio did not have plans to produce future movie genre parodies like Shark Tale, Monsters vs. Aliens, and Megamind, saying that these films "all shared an approach and tone and idea of parody, and did not travel well internationally. We don't have anything like that coming on our schedule now."

  6. Hal Stewart / Tighten Voices (Megamind) - Behind The Voice Actors

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    Megamind (2010 Movie) Hal Stewart / Tighten. Jonah Hill. [Show Non-English Actors] [Hide Non-English Actors] Subaru Kimura. Stefano Crescentini. Pawel Ciolkosz. Guy Rushiniak.

  7. Famous Actors Who Voiced Surprising Characters

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    Will Ferrell voices Megamind in 2010 animated film that was released in both 2D and 3D. The inspiration for the character came from such sources as Superman and The Godfather. Will Ferrell is best...

  8. ‘Megamind’ Offers Simple Tale, Sumptuous Visuals | Arts | The ...

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    Nov 09, 2010 · The story follows the rivalry of the two main characters, a perpetual hero named Metro Man (Brad Pitt) and his evil alien counterpart, Megamind (Will Ferrell). The two supernatural beings, both...

  9. JK Simmons (72 Character Images) - Behind The Voice Actors

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    JK Simmons is a voice actor known for voicing J. Jonah Jameson, Tenzin, and Ford Pines. Take a visual walk through his career and see 69 images of the characters he's voiced and listen to 20 clips that showcase his performances. CREDITS. Team Ups.

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