Visit Smurf Village in ‘Smurfs’ Reboot Concept Art

Director Kelly Asbury shares this first look image as he launches his production blog for this all-new, all-animated adventure.
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Visit Smurf Village in ‘Smurfs’ Reboot Concept Art

Smurfs reboot director Kelly Asbury (Gnomeo and Juliet) has launched an official production blog for this brand new all-animated computer generated adventure from Sony Pictures. To check out the blog: CLICK HERE

The Blue Print will chronicle his journey directing the animated comedy, feature guest contributors and offer exclusive glimpses at the making of film. First up is a piece of concept art teasing the new look at Smurf Village, which is very close to Peyo 's original creation.

Smurfs Concept Art

" Nothing thrills me more than having the once-in-a-lifetime privilege of launching The Blue Print, my official Director's Blog for the as yet Untitled Smurfs Movie (Keep checking, you'll be among the first to know when the perfect new title is chosen). 

Equally exciting to me is the fact that this all new fully animated Smurfs project will have a completely different look than most any other previous version of the world famous franchise and, while I can't yet show you all of the fantastic artwork that has been produced so far, I will share a tiny sneak peek. 

Here's an early background concept painting for Smurf Village, beautifully rendered by the very gifted Sean Eckols, who is one of our primary environmental design artists.

Again, all such conceptual art as this will be further interpreted in rich, realistic computer-generated imagery. 

So, this first blog entry is just the beginning. I'll be keeping you updated as much as possible - and I'll regularly invite other members of the artistic team to pitch in as well. This is going to be fun, fun, fun...just like the all-new Smurfs adventure on which we now happily embark!"

Get Smurfy comes to theaters March 31st, 2017.

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  • vanboy • 1 year ago

    I was never a big Smurf fan. I was a Gobot, Transformers, and Thundarr The Barbarian cartoon fan. The Smurfs was my sister's show when we were growing up in the eighties. But I'm nostalgic and an all animated Smurf movie, in the fantasy land where they should have always been (hated the idea of the Smurfs in our world, the first I heard of it and knew it was a bad idea) and it will be great for my kids to enjoy. Hope they get it right this time.


    • joelseph • 1 year ago

      Smurfs in New York is like He-Man on Earth. Total wimp move. Smurfs vs Gargamel would have been great in the Smurf village, why would they all travel to NY? I did not watch either movie to find out.


      • brady1138 • 1 year ago

        Is it a reboot or just a prequel?


        • bellandedward1 • 1 year ago

          With you there the first one was okay but I did not enjoy it and have not seen the second one and proberly will not ; will wait for the reboot and hopes that it is a franchise


          • jonspidey07 • 1 year ago

            the smart thing to do is animated this reboot entirely

            that's why I chose to skip those first two live-action 'Smurfs' movies because of how bad they were

            my sisters are big Smurfs fans and they were letdown


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