Get ready for more blue stuff. "Smurfs 2" is good to go, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Producer Jordan Kerner will return as the producer for the sequel, it was announced on Tuesday.

Kerner's previous projects include 2006's "Charlotte's Web," 2002's "Snow Dogs" and both "Inspector Gadget" movies.

Neil Patrick Harris, Jayma Mays ("Glee") and Hank Azaria starred in 3D film, along with Katy Perry, George Lopez and Paul Reubens providing voices for the animated Smurf characters.

Tuesday's announcement did not include any information on cast.

The 2011 summer movie season has been dominated by "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," with the film grossing more than $344 million worldwide since its July 15 release. "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" and "The Hangover Part II" have also held steady spots at the box-office.

This past weekend, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" opened with $54.8 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

"The Smurfs" has had a comfortable run since its July 29 opening, the same weekend "Cowboys and Aliens" was released. "Smurfs" has raked in more than $131 million worldwide, while "Cowboys" has underperformed with more than $49 million.

 "Smurfs 2" is set for an Aug. 2, 2013 release.