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Ending of Minions: The Rise of Gru was altered in China, the villain now enters prison rather than fleeing

Minions: The Rise of Gru had its ending banned in China

The animated Despicable Me prequel Minions: The Rise of Gru had its ending banned in China to promote a message against crime. The viewers, however, have expressed their displeasure with the censoring on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo.

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The movie Minions: The Rise of Gru ended with Gru riding off with Wild Knuckles, who had successfully faked his own death to escape capture. China, however, restricted the scene and replaced it with a series of still photos with subtitles during the credits.

Having three daughters was his greatest accomplishment

The film’s Chinese conclusion said that Wild Knuckles was apprehended after a botched theft and imprisoned for 20 years. He also established a theatre troupe after developing a “passion of performing” while inside. Gru, however, decided to stop being a supervillain and “returned to his family.” He later claimed that having three daughters was his greatest accomplishment. This runs counter to both Minions: The Rise of Gru and the Despicable Me franchise’s debut movie, which depicts Gru changing his mind and giving up crime after adopting three daughters.

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The adjustment was criticised by Weibo users, and a hashtag mentioning it received about 1.7 million views. The real story, according to one commenter, is in a parallel universe, according to BBC. The revisions were dubbed “outrageous” by DuSir, a well-known movie blogger, who also said, “How weak and lacking in judgement do they believe our audiences are?”

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The conclusion of movies has traditionally been restricted in China, a country with strong censorship laws. It removed the 1999 movie Fight Club’s climax and replaced it earlier this year with a statement proclaiming that all criminals had been caught. Due to negative feedback on social media, the ending had to be changed back to the original.

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