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The Smurfs 2 (2013) Poster

(2013)

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Jonathan Winters' final performance; he died of natural causes just nine days after his final recording session.
When Gargamel says that Smurfette is his daughter he then says "Search your feelings you know it to be true", quoting Darth Vader's speech from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980).
WILHELM SCREAM: When Vanity Smurf hits the mirror, after flying out of the portal.
A third film was planned for a 2015 release. However, due to this The Smurfs 2's underwhelming box office performance and the death of Jonathan Winters, the idea of another sequel was scrapped in favor of developing Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017), a completely animated reboot, which somewhat uses the plot that "The Smurfs 3" would've had.
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Sofía Vergara filmed a cameo reprising her role of Odile Anjelou from The Smurfs (2011) but the scene was ultimately deleted.
The soap from the bubbly sink scene is called "Bleua La Lune". This is translated to "The Blue Moon" which can be a reference to The Smurfs (2011).
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Brainy Smurf and Gutsy Smurf were reduced to cameos for this film, staying behind to watch the village, and ultimately giving Vanity the spotlight.
Papa Smurf is called Santa several times in the film. In addition to joking on the physical similarities between Papa and Santa, this running gag refers to how Jonathan Winters portrayed Santa in both Santa vs. the Snowman (1997) and Santa vs. the Snowman 3D (2002).
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This is the first Sony Pictures Animation film to have a female protagonist.
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