"Smurfs: The Lost Village" preview has finally been released with Grammy winner Meghan Trainor lending her voice to the song "I'm A Lady". Meghan Trainor, known for the song "All About That Bass", is also the voice behind SmurfMelody, a character that adds to the girl power in the new installment of the "Smurfs" franchise.
Adding to the "Smurfs" girl power are Julia Roberts, who will voice SmurfWillow and Michelle Rodriguez, who will voice SmurfStorm. Meghan Trainor's role as SmurfMelody in the movie "Smurfs: The Lost Village" may not be one of the major characters, but she is nevertheless excited about playing one of the blue humanoids.
She declared her love for the Smurfs family and could not hide her excitement about the opportunity to write the song for "Smurfs: The Lost Village", and voice one of the characters as well. "I love the Smurfs and was honored when they asked me to write a song for this new movie. I was especially excited - I wrote the whole thing in one evening," Meghan Trainor said.
"Smurfs: The Lost Village" unfolds by showing Smurfette, played by Demi Lovato, going on an exciting race along the Forbidden Forest, according to Collider. Smurfette and her friends Clumsy, Hefty and Brainy encounter magical creatures and the evil wizard Gargamel too, as he is also in search of the lost village. Gargamel gets voiced by Rainn Wilson.
With director Kelly Asbury at the helm, the Smurf history is revealed in the "Smurfs: The Lost Village" movie. Enthusiasm for the next "Smurfs" movie is up even if the previous movies in the franchise did not have outstanding box office results, considering that it fared well overseas.
Fans of the little blue guys and gal with finally be able to watch "Smurfs: The Lost Village" when it is officially released in the United States next month, according to Coming Soon. The latest installment of the "Smurfs: The Lost Village" is not, however, a combined animation and live-action movie, but is fully animated.