The Office: Series Opening is Redone Using Minions

The Office: Have you ever imagined a crossover Minions with The Office? Well, if you didn’t, someone else did – and did! The result is one of the promotional videos for the new animated film of Gru’s yellow troop, full of easter eggs and nostalgia for the series that plays with the work environment.

See the result below:

In 2005, NBC and Universal released the North American remake of the hit British comedy The Office a mockumentary (a fictional documentary comedy genre) about a workplace.

Although it’s been nine years since its end, the series is still incredibly popular. The Office was one of Netflix’s biggest draws while it was available on the platform and was touted as a big reason for users to subscribe to Universal’s Peacock streaming service.

The main cast includes Steve Carell as Michael Scott, John Krasinski as Jim Halpert, Jenna Fischer as Pam Beasley and Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute.

The Office became one of the biggest shows in the United States over its nine seasons and received no fewer than 40 Emmy nominations. Currently, NBC and Universal are trying to organize a comeback for the series, but until that happens, fans can delight in the new content including the Minions.

Since the debut in My favorite evil, the hilarious, talkative yellow henchmen of Gru (also played by Carrell), have earned their place in pop culture. As both the series and the movie are from Universal, the crossover was possible.

O mashup in Minions and The Office perfectly recreates the opening credits of the series with its own fun twist. Gru replaces Michael Scott – since Carell plays both – Kevin plays Dwight Schrute and Stuart rocks the unkempt hairstyle that Jim Halpert used in the first seasons of the show.

The clip even included Minion version recreations of iconic moments from the show. The video shows that Minions would work very well in the fictional Dunder Mifflin Scranton.

O spin off From Minions, Minions 2: Origin of Gruis scheduled to premiere on June 30 in Brazilian cinemas. The Office there is still no confirmation of a possible return.

Larry Brown

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