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Who would have thought the first Smurfs movie would have been as huge a success as it was; the movie brought in $563 million worldwide, which prompted Sony to jump on board a Smurfs sequel. But is the world ready for three Smurfs movie?
Sony has announced the sequel to the Smurfs movie will arrive in theaters on August 2, 2013. While the movie didn’t knock it out of the park in the first week of release – $35 million – it has made $131 million world wide, which is more than the estimated production cost of the movie. So far, the only name attached to the sequel is Jordan Kerner who will return as the movie’s producer. So… ready to line up and camp out yet? via Deadline
Press Release On May 7th, 2011, NBM/Papercutz is a proud Gold Sponsor for the 9th Annual Free Comic Book Day (http://www.freecomicbookday.com), distributing thousands of copies of our book, Geronimo Stilton/The Smurfs to comic fans across the United States and Canada. This issue contain a sampling of both Geronimo Stilton, one of the bestselling children’s books characters (Over 12 million chapter books from Scholastic and over 300,000 Papercutz graphic novels sold) plus a full-color Smurfs story! Geronimo Stilton, editor of the Rodent’s Gazette stars in “Dinosaurs in Action,” as he must save his friend Professor von Volt who has been kidnapped
AAAAAAAHHHHHHH! The digging up the Smurfs and putting them on the big screen may sound like a great idea, but after seeing the latest image of the little blue creatures in Central Park creeps the hell out of me. I was way too young to watch the Smurfs animated series when it originally aired, but I’m familiar enough to know most of the characters in the above image. I’ve never seen Mutton-Chop Smurf before, so hopefully he’s the breakout character from the movie, and not a really bad stereotype. What am I saying… of course he’s going to be a
Yesterday, we told you about Neil Patrick Harris’ involvement with the 3D Smurf movie, now we hear George Lopez, Katy Perry, Alan Cummingand Jonathan Winters are involved with the production as well. It’s interesting Winters is in the film, he provided voices during the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series back in the day, and he’ll be playing Papa Smurf in this modern day tale.Â It’s probably not too hard to put two and two together and get Katy Perry as Smurfette, and Goerge Lopez as Grouchy Smurf. As we noted a while ago, the Smurfs movie is still scheduled for a December
When Neil Patrick Harris takes a hiatus from How I Met Your Mother, he won’t be sitting on his laurels.Â Instead he’ll be running around with the three apple high Smurfs in the Raja Gosnell Smurfs movie.Â The news reports don’t state what live action character he will play, and NPH doesn’t strike me as a Gargamel-type.Â If I were to put my money on the role, I would say he’ll be playing one of the ‘mericans who is trying to get one of the lost Smurfs back to his tribe. via Deadline Hollywood