Hank Azaria to Voice Gargamel in SMURFS Movie; Katy Perry Confirmed as Smurffette

     March 17, 2010

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For those who care about the upcoming Smurfs movie (and I will never understand any of you), Entertainment Weekly has some new voice casting to report.  First up, Hank Azaria, best known for voicing a large chunk of The Simpsons cast, will voice the villain Gargamel.  Also, EW confirms an earlier report that singer Katy Perry will voice Smurfette.  Finally, Glee‘s Jayma Mays will provide the voice for will play the pregnant wife to Neil Patrick Harris’ character.

The three will join George Lopez, Alan Cumming, and Jonathan Winters.  The Smurfs is slated to hit theaters on July 29, 2011.

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