|El Macho's Lair|
El Macho's Lair, as seen in Despicable Me 2.
|Location||On a hill|
|Appearances||Despicable Me 2|
During Eduardo's Cinco de Mayo party, Gru, suspicious that Eduardo was, in fact, the villainous El Macho, decided to follow him after the two men had a short conversation. Gru followed Eduardo into a room with an illuminated dance floor that was booby-trapped with axes, spears, and flamethrowers. To get past the room and into the main lair, a combination code matching the tones of the Cockroach song (La Cucaracha) had to be entered using the tiles of the dance floor. The lair itself contained a long bridge and a laboratory. It also housed El Macho's Magnet Ship, and cages for the Evil Minions.
Appearances in Other Media
El Macho's Lair is seen in the game, Minion Rush.
- Several faces visible inside El Macho's Secret Lair are of masks and his own face wearing his mask on.
- The lair appears to be huge and possibly has a lot of rooms in it.
- The beach is also part of his lair, which is seen when Kevin went into the tube and popped out into the lair.
- It was never revealed when El Macho built the lair.
|Great Pyramid of Giza • Gru's House • Gru's Lab • Bank of Evil • Miss Hattie's Home for Girls • Top Secret Research Facility • Vector's House • Super Silly Fun Land • Moon|
|Despicable Me 2|
|PX-Labs • Gru's House • Pier 12 • Anti-Villain League • Paradise Mall • Gru's Lab • Bake My Day • Eagle Hair Club • Salsa & Salsa • Minion Beach • Zarelli's Italian Restaurant • El Macho's Lair|
|Minion Ice Cave • Fancy's Department Store • Villain-Con • Scarlet's Castle • Tower of London • Buckingham Palace • Westminster Abbey • Pig's Spleen|
|Mailroom • Secret Bomb Lab • National Museum • Fuzzy Memories|
|Appearances in Other Media|
|Minion Rush • Minions Paradise|