'Tis the season for animated pictures! With "Wreck-It Ralph" receiving glowing reviews, "Mars Needs Moms" being heralded as the best 3D film since "Avatar" (despite bombing), and "Hotel Transylvania" enduring at the box office, why not make room for one more?

New trailers were released Wednesday morning for "Despicable Me 2," scheduled to come out July 3, 2013. The movie will act as a sequel to the highly successful "Despicable Me." The original film was released in July 2010 with a $60 million opening weekend.

"Despicable Me 2" features many of the favorite voice actors from the first film, such as Steve Carell and Russell Brand, and introduces Al Pacino as the movie's main villain. The film is produced by Illumination Entertainment and distributed by Universal Pictures.

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  • "Up"

    Nothing epitomizes marriage like this beautiful scene that follows the characters' relationship from vows to funeral.

  • "Dumbo"

    Sometimes everyone just needs their mom.

  • "Wall-E" And Eva

    Eva malfunctions and Wall-E does everything in his power to revive her. Best. Love. Scene. Ever.

  • "Lilo And Stitch"

    How's this for aww-inducing: "This is my family and I found it on my own."

  • "Lady And The Tramp" Spaghetti Scene

    Tramp takes his Lady out to dinner and the famous spaghetti scene follows. Enough said.

  • "Monsters, Inc." Final Scene

    Kitty and Boo bid each other adieu and the entire audience has their hearts collectively broken.

  • "Kiwi"

    This little gem didn't come from Pixar or Disney. It's a Master's thesis project that went totally viral a few years ago. It's sad, and so we apologize in advance for that piece of dust that probably just got in your eye.

  • "The Lion King"

    "So whenever you feel alone, just remember that those kings will always be there to guide you. And so will I." -- Mufasa

  • "The Little Mermaid"

    Love at first sight... need we say more?

  • "Finding Nemo" Reunion Scene

    Nemo and his dad finally reunited. So much joy!

  • "Toy Story 3"

    The touching ending to the Pixar trilogy is sure to tug at your heart strings.

  • "Aladdin"

    Because, you know, we just had to throw this one in.