|Directed by||:||Kelly Asbury|
|Produced by||:||Jordan Kerner, Mary Ellen Bauder Andrews|
|Based on||:||The Smurfs by Peyo|
|Starring||:||Demi Lovato, Mandy Patinkin, Jack McBrayer, Danny Pudi, Joe Manganiello, Rainn Wilson, Michelle Rodriguez, Meghan Trainor, Ariel Winter, Ellie Kemper, Julia Roberts|
|Distributed by||:||Columbia Pictures|
|Production Company||:||Sony Pictures Animation, The Kerner Entertainment Company|
Smurfs: The Lost Village is an upcoming 2017 American 3D computer-animated adventure-comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and animated by Sony Pictures Imageworks. It is based on The Smurfs comic book series created by the Belgian comics artist Peyo and is a reboot film, unrelated to Sony’s live-action/animated film series. Written by Stacey Harman and Pamela Ribon, it is being directed by Kelly Asbury.
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In this fully animated, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an exciting race through the Forbidden Forest leading to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history. You can watch here the Full HD/DVD rip version of Smurfs The Lost Village Full Movie here.
Sony Pictures Animation has released a new Smurfs: The Lost Village preview featuring Meghan Trainor‘s new song, “I’m a Lady,” from the film. Trainor’s full music video will be released next Friday, March 3.
The movie itself, on the other hand, continues to look like a step up from the live-action Smurfs movies, which are based on the Belgian comic and television series of the same name. A few weeks ago, Sony showed some clips from the film at a presentation I attended and the footage was light on irony, pop culture gags, and those sort of jokes.
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The humor was more innocent and playful and character-based. The gags were broad, but not too broad. It was a few degrees below Sony Animation’s Hotel Transylvania, if that makes sense.
For the Opening Night festivities, TIFF Bell Lightbox will be transformed into a colourful Smurf Village, transporting party-goers to the Lost Village of Smurfs. This celebration for film lovers of all ages will even bring a smile to Grumpy Smurf’s face!
Smurfs: The Lost Village will also be released in theatres nationwide on April 7.
Marking its 20th anniversary this year, the TIFF Kids International Film Festival is the premiere festival in NORTH AMERICA for children ages 3-13. Running April 7- 23, the festival is larger than ever with over 160 films, consisting of 33 feature films and over 125 shorts hailing from over 40 countries including Canada, Algeria, Germany, Hong Kong, Ivory Coast, Brazil, Mexico, and many more.