It’s been over a month since Fox Entertainment and Blue Sky Studios released a trailer for the upcoming 3D animation Peanuts Movie, and now we have a new trailer for the film set to be released around Thanksgiving time.
In the new trailer, which can be seen below, we see someone tinkering away at Snoopy’s house which sounds a lot like Woodstock hard at work. Snoopy is on his way to his doghouse when all of a sudden, he hears a plane fly overhead. He realizes who it is and starts sneaking his way to his doghouse, first behind a tree and then behind a snowman.
In no time, he’s in the doghouse, changes into his alter ego the World War I Flying Ace and is headed for the skies leaving behind a very upset Woodstock. Snoopy, or should be say the Flying Ace, heads into the sky to meet up with his nemesis the Red Baron.
Watch it all go down here.
As of now, there has been no indication on what the story line might be for this Peanuts film, though we would like to assume Snoopy’s Flying Ace and the Red Baron will play some kind of big role since this will be the second trailer that the Flying Ace is featured in.
Peanuts will hit theaters on Nov. 6.
The holidays are right around the corner and considering how most families spend their time watching Peanuts reruns, it’s kind of genius that the people behind the upcoming Peanuts Movie would release a new trailer for the film at this time.
Today, Blue Sky Studios shared another trailer for the CGI-version of Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang titled The Peanuts Movie. Fitting with the holiday theme, the new trailer is set during Christmastime as is evident with Woodstock and his family (all dressed with Santa hats, mind you) decorating Snoopy’s home with Christmas decorations including lights, a wreath, candy canes, snowflakes and much more.
Check out the almost two minute-long teaser for the upcoming film due out in 2015.
In a coincidence, which we are sure was not done by accident, the Peanuts gang will be celebrating the 65th anniversary of the comic strip’s launch in 2015. But that’s not all for the gang; A Charlie Brown Christmas, the Christmastime staple will be turning 50 in 2015. As for the film, the last we heard it would be released on Nov. 6, 2015, but now going by the teaser, it appear a December 2015 release date might be in its future.
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of the Peanuts song playing in your hear because today, the first trailer for FOX Family Entertainment’s upcoming Peanuts film was just released.
Though the trailer just features everybody’s favorite sad little boy, Charlie Brown and his mischievous and super cool Beagle, Snoopy, the less than a minute clip is something to get life long fans excited about it.
The film, of course, is based on the iconic comic strip from Charles Schulz and marks the first time the strip has been given the CGI treatment. This won’t be the first time though that Charlie Brown and his friend have taken to the screen because some of the most iconic and traditional holiday special come courtesy of the Peanuts gang.
Peanuts is scheduled to hit theater on November 6, 2015, coincidentally 2015 will also mark the 65th anniversary of the comic strip’s launch and the 50th anniversary of A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Time to do the Snoopy dance.
In a world where everything is bad news and not enough good stories to make you smile, no wonder most people are cynics and generally not nice. But when something does come along and puts a smile on your face, you should share it, hence why cat and puppy videos make the internet go round.
The people at Mashable decided to bring a smile to the people of New York’s faces while they are dreading the cold weather and last-minute shopping for the holidays by bringing an iconic Christmas scene to live; the Peanuts gang dancing on A Charlie Brown Christmas.
By the look on the audience’s faces, it looks like the impromptu flash mob might have just been the pick me up that they needed especially with the whole gang being there including Linus and his blanket, Schroeder and his piano and of course Snoopy.
Watch the iconic scene brought to life below: