Blue People Invade The Big Screen Again

Every time I sit down on in front of the big screen, the blue people come out right on que. First Avatar now the Smurfs. That's right I said Smurfs, the classic cartoon is hitting the big screen. Katie Perry and Neil Patrick Harris announced they will be lending their voices to the movie. George Lopez, Alan Cummings, and Jonathan Winters are also set to be part of the cast. The movie is set to be released in July 2011. The movie is set to be in CGI which means the movie will probably be in 3-D. Now the real question is, is the whole movie going to be in CGI or is some of it going to be live action. A live action and animated mix is a little 80's/90,s to me. Movies like Who Framed Rogger Rabbit and Space Jam used this rare live action cartoon mix. For those of you wondering who the **** are the smurfs, then I will explain the story to you.

The Smurfs are blue creatures who live in the Medieval Times who have to deal with each other and humans. They also must deal with an evil wizard whose's life goal is to capture the cartoon. Nothing out of this world, just like any other cartoon. why make it a big screen film? People are starting to wonder if Hollywood is just desperate for ideas. So desperate that they will turn anything they find into a movie. Whether that's true or not, Sony has been working on this movie since 2003. The movie will be directed by Raja Gosnell the director of Home Alone 3, Big Momma's House, Never Been Kissed, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, and several Scooby-Doo movies. The movie will be the first Sony Pictures Animation movie ever. The movie will not be a sequel to previous Smurf movies, Les Adventure des Schtroupfs and The Smurfs and the Magic Flute. The movie will include the following Smurfs; Papa Smurf, Gutsy Smurf, Grouchy Smurf, and Smurfette.

Smurfs aren't the only classic cartoons hitting the big screen. Popular cartoon classic Yogi Bear will also be hitting the big screen sometime this decade. The movie will most likely be in CGI and in 3-D like the Smurfs.
Many cartoons, books, and older movies, are being remade or made into new movies lately. Now this makes you wonder the question, are movie makers running out of ideas. What will happen when we run out books and old movies to turn into blockbuster hits. Will the quality of movies go down in the next ten years. Well don't worry about all this and enjoy any movie you see in the future.