Smurfs: The Lost Village or it was titled with Get Smurfy before is an American 3D computer animated and adventure comedy film that will be released in 2017 and directed by Kelly Asbury. This film is based on a comic book series with the title, The Smurf created by a Belgian comic artist, namely Peyo. The film stars (in voice) are Demi Lovato, Mandy Patinkin, Jack McBrayer, Danny Pudi, Joe Manganiello and Rainn Wilson. This film is scheduled to release in the market on April 7, 2017. If you are a fan of The Smurf, then you should not miss this one.
The official title of this film is Smurfs: The Lost Village. The director is Kelly Asbury. This film is produced by Jordan Kerner. This film is written by Karey Kirkpatrick, David Ronn, Chris Poche, Pam Ribon and Jay Scherick. Casting is by Mary Hidalgo. This film is based on The Smurf by an author, Peyo. Music of the film is by Heitor Pereira. For the production company, it is Sony Pictures Animation. This film will be distributed by Columbia Pictures. The country of the film is United States and the language is English.
Smurfs: The Lost Village tells about Smurfette as well as her brothers try to find a purpose in the Village by trekking through Enchanted Forest. Then, they discover something that surprises them; it is a fabled Smurf village. Then, it sets off amazing adventures since they also find some mysteries that bring them Smurf origins become lighter. Here, the story of this film will be more interesting even fun to enjoy by all audiences including for children. If you have watched the previous film of The Smurf 2, then you will absolutely like this film too.
The voice cast of Smurfs: The Lost Village include Joe Manganiello acts as Hefty (in voice), Demi Lovato acts as Smurfette (in voice), Mandy Patinkin acts as Papa Smurf (in voice), Danny Pudi acts as Brainy (in voice), Rainn Wilson acts as Gargamel (in voice) and Jack McBrayer acts as Clumsy (in voice). The story of the film is definitely interesting and it is added by their awesome performances. It makes this film more fun to enjoy and watch by all audiences. It can be one of the most anticipated animated films in 2017.
The production of Smurfs: The Lost Village began on 10 May 2012. It was just two weeks after the filmmakers; Sony Picture Animation as well as Columbia Pictures announced the production of the second film, The Smurf 2. The filmmakers announced that they also develop the script for the next sequel, The Smurf 3. In this film, it will tell about the origin of Smurf or these characters. So, it will be more interesting to watch this film since audience may know the Smurf origins as well. This must be amazing.
Then, in March 2014, the filmmaker announced that Smurfs: The Lost Village will be directed by Kelly Asbury. This film will explore the Smurf origins so there will be new characters here including with the designs as well as environments that are more closely to the artwork created by the artist, Peyo. This film can be more successful than before since it has more interesting story to follow by audiences both fan of The Smurfs or not.
Casting and Release Date
On 16 January 2015, it was confirmed that Mandy Patinkin joined Smurfs: The Lost Village and will voice Papa Smurf which it was voiced previously by Jonathan Winters. Then, on June 14, 2015, it was the time for Demi Lovato and Rainn Wilson to join the film. For the release, it was firstly announced that this film would be released on 14 August 2015 but it was then postponed to August 5, 2016. Then, it was pushed back to 31 March, 2017. Lastly, it was confirmed that the film will be released on 7 April 2017.
Smurfs: The Lost Village is not yet reviewed or rated by audiences. If you like to watch this film, you can watch the trailer first. It can be an animated film that you expect since it has more interesting story than before because in this film, it will be revealed about the origins of The Smurf.