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Get ready to embrace all things blue because Smurfs 3D is hitting the big screen Wednesday 10th of August! When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the Smurfs out of their village, they're forced through a portal and find themselves right in the middle of New York's Central Park. The Smurfs must now find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down.
 
If you were a fan of The Smurfs as a child but need a little reminder as to who everyone is, here is a quick crash course in the characters – prepare for a trip down memory lane!
 
Papa Smurf
As the wise leader of the Smurfs, Papa Smurf truly embodies these qualities and knows how to handle his Smurfs. Papa can often be found with his spell book in his mushroom, concocting potions to protect his Smurfs from the evil wizard, Gargamel.  When Papa’s magic foretells of impending disaster, he faces his biggest challenge yet: going toe-to-toe with Gargamel and leading the Smurfs safely through New York City!
 
Smurfette
Whether it’s her beauty, sweet voice, charming personality, or just the fact that she is the ONLY girl among 100 boys, Smurfette  just makes the other Smurfs go absolutely gaga. Originally created by Gargamel to trap the other Smurfs, Papa’s magic saved her and transformed her into a real Smurf.  With a smart, savvy attitude, she’ll prove what a pint-sized punch she has when she comes face to face with her creator.
 
Clumsy
Wherever Clumsy goes, calamity is sure to follow. With two left feet and an oversized hat and ears, Clumsy’s good intentions pave the road for trouble – and this time the road he chooses leads the Smurfs into a strange new place, New York City.  But everyone has a hero inside of him, and when his other Smurfs need him, Clumsy will prove that you can be more than a name.
 
Brainy
Overeager and a bit over-educated, Brainy is a “know-it-all” who really doesn’t know anything.  Brainy is Papa’s self-appointed right-hand Smurf, and even if he’s annoying at times with his encyclopedia-like knowledge, he might just be the Smurf you want to cast a spell when Papa’s not around.
 
Gutsy
Easily distinguished by his kilt, roguish sideburns, rugged good looks and Scottish accent, Gutsyhas the bravado to take any risk.  A guy who Smurfs first and asks questions later, he’s quick to jump headlong into adventure for his fellow Smurfs.  
 
Grouchy
Before you think that every Smurf is all about happiness, sunshine, and rainbows, you need to meet Grouchy. He hates sunshine, rainbows make him sick, and happiness makes him unhappy. However, somewhere underneath all the scowling and grouching is a heart of gold….although, he probably hates gold too.
 
Gargamel
This evil wizard is consumed by all things Smurfs: they’re all he thinks about, all he talks about, and all he’s ever wanted. Gargamel is always scheming up convoluted ways to capture the fabled Smurfs and drain them of their “essence” – the key ingredient in creating the most powerful spells! Gargamel will do anything to capture a Smurf, including chase them into New York City, all in order to become the most powerful wizard in the world!
 
 

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