PHOTOS, VIDEO: Despicable Me’s Vector Meet and Greet Comes to Minion Land at Universal Studios Florida

Shannen Ace

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Despicable Me’s Vector Meet and Greet Comes to Minion Land at Universal Studios Florida

Vector from “Despicable Me” has arrived at Illumination Theater in Minion Land at Universal Studios Florida. The villain’s meet and greet rotates with other Illumination characters, like the Minions and “Sing” characters.

Vector Meet and Greet

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Vector is in his iconic orange tracksuit and square glasses.

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He was thrilled to meet guests.

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Vector debuted in the first “Despicable Me” and has gone on to make more appearances in the franchise. He’s voiced by Jason Segel.

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Vector is also featured on the exterior of the new Villain-Con Minion Blast. The ride hasn’t opened to guests yet, but we have a spoiler-full walkthrough for you from Team Member testing.

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Watch our video of the Vector meet and greet below.

What character do you hope to meet at Minion Land? Let us know in the comments.

Minion Land at Universal Studios Florida

Minion Land at Universal Studios Florida

Minion Land has taken over most of Production Central, transforming it into Illumination Avenue. Minion Café has replaced the former Universal Studios’ Classic Monsters Cafe, and is joined by Bake My Day, Freeze Ray Pops, and Pop-A-Nana. You can take our full tour of Minion Café and check out all of the Bake My Day merchandise and treats. Read our Minion Land food reviews, too:

The attractions are the pre-existing Despicable Me Minion Mayhem and the upcoming Villain-Con Minion Blast. The façade of Despicable Me Minion Mayhem was recently refurbished.

The Minions and other Illumination characters have meet-and-greets outside Illumination Theater.

The back of the Transformers: The Ride show building has been painted teal blue to match the new land.

An entirely different Minion Land also exists at Universal Studios Beijing. However, at Universal Studios Japan, Minion Park is yet another separate land, with a clone under construction at Universal Studios Singapore. A different version of Minion Café exists at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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