Posts Tagged ‘Peanuts’


Sep21

Fox releases behind-the-scenes look at Peanuts movie

2015 at 10:23 am by admin | Comments Off

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The highly anticipated animated film based on Charles Schulz ’s “Peanuts” comic book is closer than ever to hitting the big screen, and 20th Century Fox is building the hype with a new video showing off some behind-the-scenes commentary about the creation of the film! This mini documentary explores the challenges behind bringing Schulz’s art style to life in CG, along with the intricate details and techniques that make the Peanuts characters memorable and iconic to this day. The trailer also shows off some new footage from the film, giving fans a small taste of what’s to come later this fall. The “Peanuts” movie will debut in theaters nationwide on November 6th, so get ready to check out this awesome new film this holiday season!

Nov20

New Peanuts movie trailer

2014 at 02:23 pm by admin | Comments Off

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Fans of the classic ‘Peanuts’ comic strip were treated earlier this year to a quick teaser of an upcoming film based on the franchise, showing off Charlie Brown and Snoopy in the film’s new animated CG style. With 2014 coming to a close in the coming weeks, and with 2015 marking the 65th anniversary of the franchise, the very first full-length trailer for the Peanuts movie has been unveiled! The trailer shows off Snoopy and Woodstock enjoying the holiday season, and reveals that the movie is scheduled to release on Christmas 2015, just in time to celebrate the classic cartoon’s anniversary. Check out the video below to see these beloved characters in action!



Peanuts was a Sunday comic strip, written and illustrated by Charles Schulz, which ran from 1950 to 2000. The comic strip, following the daily life of Charlie Brown and his friends, set the standard for the classic four-panel gag comic strip in newspapers. Schulz, who was born in Minneapolis and grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota, based the stories off of his own experiences as a growing child. With nearly 18,000 strips in total, Peanuts has since become one of the most popular comic strips in history, and was translated into 21 languages across 75 countries. Peanuts has since been adapted into several TV specials, and has spawned a huge variety of merchandise and tributes, including pop-art statues, parades, and even entire amusement parks dedicated to the comic. The strip has been described as “the most shining example of the American success story in the comic strip field”, and has won the hearts of readers across the globe.

Mar18

Peanuts movie reveals first teaser

2014 at 12:34 pm by admin | Comments Off

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With the 65th anniversary of the classic comic strip ‘Peanuts’ by Charles Schulz coming up in 2015, fans of this iconic franchise can look forward to a brand new, 3D movie! Faithfully recreating Schulz’s art style in CGI, the first teaser trailer for the image has released, showing off Charlie Brown and Snoopy in full animation. Not much is known about the movie itself, but the producers have gone out of their way to reassure fans that they are trying their best to portray the Peanuts characters as respectfully as possible, preserving Schulz’s “sweet optimism” and charm. The movie will be the biggest Peanuts animated production yet, so fans of the franchise can look forward to this faithful adaptation of their favorite characters on the big screen!

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Peanuts was a Sunday comic strip, written and illustrated by Charles Schulz, which ran from 1950 to 2000. The comic strip, following the daily life of Charlie Brown and his friends, set the standard for the classic four-panel gag comic strip in newspapers. Schulz, who was born in Minneapolis and grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota, based the stories off of his own experiences as a growing child. With nearly 18,000 strips in total, Peanuts has since become one of the most popular comic strips in history, and was translated into 21 languages across 75 countries. Peanuts has since been adapted into several TV specials, and has spawned a huge variety of merchandise and tributes, including pop-art statues, parades, and even entire amusement parks dedicated to the comic. The strip has been described as “the most shining example of the American success story in the comic strip field”, and has won the hearts of readers across the globe.