Minions Blanket

Do you want to learn how to crochet a Minions Blanket? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.

Since 2010, the Minions have been stealing the show and captivating fans wherever they go. No wonder, the first feature focused on the characters secured the highest grossing in the franchise, grossing more than US$ 1.1 billion in theaters around the world. Discover 3 curiosities about the creation of these characters, who made history in cinema:


Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud, co-creators of the Minions, revealed that the yellow sidekicks were inspired by various characters from film and television. The Oompa Loompas, who work with Willy Wonka on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971), were some of them. Classic Warner Bros. animations, such as the Bugs Bunny, Tweety, and Sylvester cartoons, and Star Wars’ Jawas also served as the basis for the creation of the Minions.

2 |  ALL MINIONS ARE MALE Although many have this doubt, all Minions are “boys”. In an interview with The Wrap, Coffin explained the reason for the choice: “Seeing how silly and stupid they are, I just couldn’t imagine the Minions being girls,” said the filmmaker. He also stated that, to the dismay of fans, the creatures are unable to reproduce.

3 | MINIONS ARE IMMORTAL In previous stories, we learn that Minions have been around since “the beginning of time”, surviving for millions of years before finally meeting up with their favorite leader, Gru. Since then, the doubt about the lifespan of these creatures has existed, but Brian Lynch, screenwriter of the films, confirmed on his Twitter: yes, what their stories show is a fact, and the Minions do not die.



Minions Blanket

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