Sofia Vergara Cast in Smurfs and Happy Feet 2

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Can I tell you? The idea of a “Smurfs” CG movie and a sequel to a movie about dancing and singing penguins fall somewhere between “Meh, whatever, Hollywood” and “Are you shitting me?” on the scale of “Films I’d shoot your momma in the face to see”. So why even make a post on Sofia Vergara’s casting if I could care less about either movie? Well duh. It’s Sofia Vergara, and this is a perfect excuse to post pictures of her. She’s, er, you know, purty.

THR has Colombia’s best import since you know, that other stuff joining the “Smurfs” movie as Neil Patrick Harris as one of the film’s live-human characters (cause obviously animating Sofia would be a crime against humanity). She will play Odile, a powerful executive at a high-end French cosmetics company. Raja Gosnell directs.

Meanwhile, she’ll also be lending that smooth, sexy voice to George Miller’s “Happy Feet 2″, joining Brad Pitt, Robin Williams, Elijah Wood and Azaria in the cast. It’s supposed to be in 3D or something. Whoopty do. Way to be different, George.

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  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

    MMMMmmmm. Sophia Vergara…..*wipes drool from mouth*
    NEway I liked Happy Feet. It was a cute little flick. A sequel however is unnecesarry. As is a Smurfs CGI/Live action flick. Bringing the little blue peeps into the real world to interact with modern humans and not a fantasy like setting is a recipe for disaster.

  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com Dedpool

    MMMMmmmm. Sophia Vergara…..*wipes drool from mouth*
    NEway I liked Happy Feet. It was a cute little flick. A sequel however is unnecesarry. As is a Smurfs CGI/Live action flick. Bringing the little blue peeps into the real world to interact with modern humans and not a fantasy like setting is a recipe for disaster.