The Smurfs (2011) Produced in 3D

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The live-action/CG-animated movie "The Smurfs" will be first set for release in 3-D by the Columbia Pictures'/Sony Pictures Animation on July 29, 2011. This hybrid animated family comedy "The Smurfs", directed by Raja Gosnell, produced by Jordan Kerner, is based on the Characters and Works of Peyo and story by J. David Stem & David N. Weiss. The Smurfs Movie is about little blue characters chased out of the village by the evil wizard Gargamel. Thanks to the magical portal, these Smurfs jump into the world in real time. They land in the middle of New York’s Central Park.


The upcoming live-action/animated movie called

The upcoming live-action/animated movie called "The Smurfs" is produced by Sony Pictures Animation and The Kerner Entertainment Company. It will be the first movie in the series to see in 3-D.


Smurfette (by Katy Perry) will replay the famous “skirt blowing” scene of legendary actress Marilyn Monroe.

Smurfette (by Katy Perry) will replay the famous “skirt blowing” scene of legendary actress Marilyn Monroe.


The adorable faces of the Smurf characters

 


Brainy Smurf voice by Fred Armisen

Brainy Smurf is voiced by Fred Armisen


Clumsy Smurf voice by Anton Yelchin

Clumsy Smurf is voiced by Anton Yelchin


Grouchy Smurf voice by George Lopez

Grouchy Smurf is voiced by George Lopez


Gutsy Smurf voice by Alan Cumming

Gutsy Smurf is voiced by Alan Cumming


Papa Smurf voice by Jonathan Winters

Papa Smurf is voiced by Jonathan Winters


Smurfette - the only female Smurf voice by Katy Perry

Smurfette - the only female Smurf - is voiced by Katy Perry


The film is set in the Middle Ages when evil wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) chases little Smurfs out of their village into a wooden area.

The film is set in the Middle Ages when evil wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) chases little Smurfs out of their village into a wooden area.


The magical portal transports the blue Smurfs into present-day Central Park in New York.

The magical portal transports the blue Smurfs into present-day Central Park in New York.


The couple are starred by Neil Patrick Harris and Jayma Mays.

The couple are starred by Neil Patrick Harris and Jayma Mays.


The 3D movie

The 3-D movie "The Smurfs" will be released on July 29, 2011

 

The Smurfs 3-D Trailer 3 (2011)

 

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