The Smurfs & WWE: Smurf Village Smackdown! is a 2019 animated direct-to-video film starring The Smurfs. It is the fifth co-production between Warner Bros. Animation and WWE Studios. It was released on TBA 2019 on Digital HD and on TBA 2019 on home video. It is the first new Warner Bros. Animation-produced Smurfs production without William Hanna and Joseph Barbera (who both died respectively in 2001 and 2006). It is also the second direct-to-video film to be directly produced by Hanna-Barbera.


Set in the Middle Ages, the WWE wrestlers took a wrong turn and followed a Smurf back to the Smurf Village, where they meet up with the Smurfs. Now they must join with them, where Gargamel plans to kidnap some of the wrestlers.


The film begins with the WWE wrestlers using a time travel machine, coming to the Middle Ages.

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Voice Cast

  • Scott Innes as Papa Smurf and Dreamy Smurf
  • Billy West as Brainy Smurf
  • Jeff Bennett as Clumsy Smurf and Scaredy Smurf
  • Rob Paulsen as Painter Smurf
  • Michael Bell as Grouchy Smurf, Handy Smurf and Lazy Smurf
  • Frank Welker as Hefty Smurf, Poet Smurf and Azrael
  • Grey Griffin as Smurfette
  • Jim Cummings as Gargamel
  • Tom Kenny as Tailor Smurf
  • Corey Burton as Tracker Smurf
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Greedy Smurf and Harmony Smurf
  • TBA as Timber Smurf
  • Marshall Efron as Sloppy Smurf
  • John Kassir as Miner Smurf and Farmer Smurf
  • Alan Oppenheimer as Vanity Smurf
  • John Cena as himself
  • Seth Rollins as himself
  • Paige as herself
  • The Miz as himself
  • TBA as TBA
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Additional Voices


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The film received positive reviews from critics.


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  • This direct-to-video film is set in the timeline between Season 1 and 2 of the 1980s Smurfs cartoon show.
  • Lucille Bliss' original interpretation of Smurfette is not used in this film, due to her being played by a different voice actress.
    • Grey Griffin's interpretation of Smurfette in this film resembles somewhat a pitched-up version of her interpretation of Daphne Blake from the Scooby-Doo series.
  • This is the first Warner Bros. Animation-produced Smurfs production since The Smurfs Meet the Wolfman, as it continues to stay in the vain of the 80s Hanna-Barbera cartoon series.
  • Both this direct-to-video film and Sony/Xiliam's TV series have different universes.
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