Smurfs: The Lost Village is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated adventure-comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and The Kerner Entertainme Company. It is based primarily on The Smurfs comic book series created by Belgian comics artist Peyo, and is a reboot film, completely unrelated to Sony's live-action/animated film series. Written by Stacey Harman and Pamela Ribon, it is being directed by Kelly Asbury.
The film stars Demi Lovato as Smurfette, Mandy Patinkin as Papa Smurf, Jack McBrayer as Clumsy Smurf, Danny Pudi as Brainy Smurf, Joe Manganiello as Hefty Smurf and Rainn Wilson as Gargamel. In the story, a mysterious map prompts Smurfette, Brian, Clumsy and Hefty to find a Lost Village, inhabited by SmurfStorm (voiced by Michelle Rodriguez), Smurf Blossom (voiced by Ellie Kemper), SmurfLilly (voiced by Ariel Winter), SmurfWillow (voiced by Julia Roberts) and many more, before Gargamel does. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on April 7, 2017.
Smurfette (Demi Lovato) attempts to find her purpose in the village. When she encounters a creature similar to her in the Forbidden Forest who drops a mysterious map, she sets off with her friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an adventure to find the Lost Village before the evil wizard Gargamel does.
- Tom Kane as Narrator Smurf, a Director Liberian Smurf who like reading
- Demi Lovato as Smurfette, a Girl Smurf who was created by Gargamel. She is adored by the male Smurfs of the village. She is curious of her purpose in the village.
- Paul Winchell as Baby Smurf, a Child Smurf he a son of Clumsy and Smurfette
- Rainn Wilson as Gargamel, an evil wizard who seeks to find the Smurfs and destroy them.
- Christine Ricci as Vexy, a Naughty Smurfette love Grouchy
- J.B Smoove as Hackus, a Naughty Smurf who like Gutsy
- Joe Manganiello as Hefty Smurf, a strong Smurf.
- Jack McBrayer as Clumsy Smurf, a accident-prone Smurf.
- Danny Pudi as Brainy Smurf, a clever Smurf.
- Mandy Patinkin as Papa Smurf, the chief leader of Smurf Village. Patinkin also narrates the film.
- Susan Blu as Nanny Smurf, a Grandma Smurf who doing things
- Joanthan Winters as Grandpa Smurf, a Grandfather Smurf doing the things
- Julia Roberts as Smurf Willow, the leader of Smurf Hollow.
- Michelle Rodriguez as Smurf Storm, a street-smart female Smurf.
- Ellie Kemper as Smurf Blossom, an energetic girl smurf who quickly befriends Smurfette.
- Ariel Winter as Smurf Lilly, a gentle girl Smurf.
- Meghan Trainor as Smurf Melody, a musical girl Smurf.
- Gordon Ramsay as Baker Smurf, a Smurf who bakes cakes.
- Jake Johnson as Grouchy Smurf, a Smurf who always grumpy.
- Alan Cummings as Gutsy Smurf, a Scottish Smurf Warrior who training with Hefty
- Pat Musick as Snappy Smurfling, a Little Smurfling who like grumpy
- Julie McWhirter Dees as Sassette Smurfling, a Little Smurfling who love Brainy
- Noelle North as Slouchy Smurfling, a Little Smurfling who like Clumsy
- Charlie Adler as Nat Smurfling, a Little Smurfling the son of Farmer
- Tituss Burgess as Vanity Smurf, a Smurf who is obsessed with his looks.
- Gabriel Iglesias as Jokey Smurf, a Smurf that plays pranks on others.
- Jeff Dunham as Farmer Smurf, a Smurf who is the farmer.
- Melissa Sturm as SmurfJade
- Kelly Asbury as Nosey Smurf, a Smurf who peeks in on private activities.
- Bret Marnell as Handy Smurf / Snappy bug
- Frank Welker as Smoogle / Wild Smurf / Bucky the Glow Bunny / Azrael, Gargamel's pet cat.
- Dee Bradley Baker as Monty, Gargamel's pet vulture.
- Brandon Jeffords as Cauldron
- Patrick Ballin as Patient Smurf / Frank the Caterpillar
- Alan Mechem as Passerby Smurf
- Danik Thomas as Karate Smurf
- Scott Menville as Gullible Smurf
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
- I'm A Lady: Written and performed by Meghan Trainor, Produced by Martin Rene, Monsters & Strangers and Meghan Trainor
- Delirious (Boneless): Performed by Steve Aoki feat. Kid Ink
- Careless Whisper: Performed by George Michael
- Where Them Girls At: Performed by David Guetta
- It's Your Thing: Performed by The Isley Brothers
- Here It Comes Now: Performed by Brothers and Sisters
- Blue (Da Ba Dee): Performed by Eiffel 65
- Heroes (We Could Be): Performed by Alesso feat. Tove Lo
- You Will Always Find Me In Your Heart: Performed by Christopher Lennertz & Shaley Scott
- Smurfs Theme: Performed by Joseph R Barbera
Music by Christopher Lennertz
- To the Village: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Meet the Smurfs: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Gargamel's Lair: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Behind the Mask: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- The Cauldron: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Get Those Smurfs: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- The Enchanted Forost: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Discovering Dragonflies: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Freezeball Chase: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Rabbit Warren Hoedown: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Campfire Stories: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Raft Chase: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Over the Falls: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Captured!: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- SmurfWillow: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- They're Coming - Dogfight: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Papa and Smurfette: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Gargamel Attacks: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- A Lonely Purpose: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Dark Magic: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Smurfette Saves the Day: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- The Truest Smurf of All: Composed by Christopher Lennertz (feat. Shaley Scott)
- End Credits Suite: Composed by Christopher Lennertz
- Smurf Eating Flowers (Bonus Track): Composed by Christopher Lennertz
Music & Lyric Video
- I'm A Lady: By Meghan Trainor (From Smurfs: The Lost Village)
- Directed by: Kelly Asbury
- Produced by: Jordan Kerner, Mary Ellie Bauder Andrew
- Written by: Stacey Harmon, Pamela Ribon
- Based on The Smurfs by: Peyo
- Starring: Tom Kane, Demi Lovato, Rainn Wilson, Joe Manganiello, Jack McBrayer, Danny Pudi, Michelle Rodriguez, Ellie Kemper, Ariel Winter, Mandy Patinkin, Julia Roberts, Susan Blu, Jonathan Winters
- Narrated by: Mandy Patinkin
- Music by: Christopher Lennertz
- Edited by: Bret Marnell
- Production company: Columbia Pictures, Paramount Animation, Nickelodeon Movies, Sony Pictures Animation, The Kerner Entertainment Company
- Distributed by: Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertianment
- Release dates: March 26, 2017 (Innaloo), April 7, 2017 (United States)
- Country: United States
- Language: English
- Budget: $60 million
- Box office: $58 million
- Director: Kelly Asbury
- Production Designer: Noelle Triaureau
- Character Designer: Patrick Mate
- Art Director: Marcelo Vignali
- Art Director: Dean Gordon
- Head of Story: Brandon Jeffords
- Smurfs: The Honey Games (2020)