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We’re Finally Getting A ‘Smurfs’ Reboot
Thursday, March 13 by

Back to the drawing board.

Once they get to the fourth one, this guy's gonna be out of fuckin' fingers.
‘Smurfs 2′ Has Made $150 Million In Tie-Ins And Licensing
Thursday, June 13 by

And it’s not even out yet.

Smurfs Characters
Wednesday, September 21 by Houlihan Macaco

"The Smurfs" characters used to bring great delight to millions of television sets on Saturday mornings. This classic cartoon, based on a comic strip, is among the most memorable classics…

‘Smurf’ Teaser Trailer Invents New Term
Wednesday, June 16 by

Sony Pictures Animation has released the teaser trailer for The Smurfs. They desecrate Mount Rushmore. 'Nough said. Check out the teaser after the jump.

Hank Azaria Is Living Cartoon Gargamel in ‘Smurfs’
Monday, May 3 by

Don't freak on me but I forgot to update you guys that Hank Azaria is playing the fugly-ass wizard Gargamel in Sony/Columbia's very important Smurfs adaptation. Today we have our first look at the "Simpsons" star in full costume and I've gotta say, he looks the part. With these grotesque features, he could easily get work at Smurf Land Theme Park. If not as Gargamel, definitely as the groundskeeper who isn't allowed legally to be alone with children. Or livestock. The film's voice cast for the live-action/CGI blend consists of the Laugh-A-Minute All-Stars: Jonathan Winters, George Lopez, Kenan Thompson, Jeff Foxworthy, and renowned funny lady Katy Perry. Combine that knowledge with the fact that this film is directed by Beverly Hills Chihuahua's Raja Gosnell, and you're all but guaranteed to be made uncomfortable. Either by an awkward and confusing Smurf musical sequence or Smurfette's faux-lesbian posturing. (Coming Soon)

Neil Patrick Harris Wins Highly-Coveted Role in ‘Smurfs’
Thursday, March 4 by

The long-gestating Smurfs film project is gaining traction now that the animation tests are finished. Popular song and dance man, Neil Patrick Harris has been cast in an unspecified live-action role in the upcoming film. Thus he joins the illustrious ranks of Jason Lee, Breckin Meyer, Matthew Lillard, and Jerry O'Connell before him.The openly gay star is beloved for his talented turns in How I Met Your Mother, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Doogie Howser M.D., the Harold and Kumar films and as host of the Emmys. Though it is unclear whether he will play a human who encounters the Smurfs or the fugly wizard Gargamel, I'm sure he will ably class up this project.Going forward all Richard Gere/Gerbil jokes should be replaced with NPH/Smurf jokes. Homophobes everywhere, please update your dogmatic joke books accordingly. (Deadline Hollywood)