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Words are, Sony Pictures has moved forward to develop 'The Smurfs 3' by tapping Karey Kirkpatrick and Chris Poche to provide the screenplay.
The AMPAS has eliminated the Raja Gosnell-directed film from the list of 18 animated films contending for Oscars because it doesn't match the Short Films and Feature Animation requirement.
The story will center on protagonist characters John McClane and his son, who will get involved in a conflict against Russian forces.
Batman and Bane are seen engaged in a heated fight, and a number of gun-totting prisoners are snapped getting ready for causing a riot.
It is estimated that both movies earn $36.2 million each this weekend, while Steve Carell-starring 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.' debuts at number five.
The 'California Gurls' hitmaker looks adorable wearing a Smurfette mini dress when coming to the world premiere of the movie in the Big Apple.
After a mysterious sighting on Central Park, a couple's house is 'invaded' by the small blue creatures.
The funnyman strums his guitar in the still that gives the first official look at his character in the upcoming movie.
Smurfette and Brainy Smurf are unveiled in the promo picture for 'The Smurfs', while Detectives Thomson and Thompson are seen in one of the photos from Steven Spielberg-directed film.
The teaser contains warning for people to be ready to get 'smurf'd' as the Smurfs will invade U.S. theaters in August next year.
The photo captures some of the blue creatures, Grouchy, Papa and Clumsy, in Big Apple, while the plot details share how they arrive in the big city.
Playing villainous Gargamel, the actor is also captured filming the scene alongside Sofia Vergara and Tim Gunn at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan.