The latest trailer for the upcoming animated feature The Peanuts Movie has been released by 20th Century Fox. You can check it out here below. The teaser trailer for the movie was released in January.
The gang created by Charles M. Schulz is all here and it looks like their debut in the glory of computer-generated animation will remain true to their simple yet honest and heartfelt two-dimensional origins. The script was written by the Peanuts creator’s son Craig Schulz and grandson Bryan Schulz, with Steve Martino (Ice Age: Continental Drift) directing and Paul Feig (Spy) serving as a producer. Archival recordings of the late Bill Melendez are being used to provide the voices of Snoopy and Woodstock.
Every year, thousands of movies hit theater screens around the world and I’m usually only able to catch a handful during their entire theatrical run. Therefore, I have to be pretty damn selective when it comes to what I choose to spend that precious Fandango gift card I received for Christmas on to see. With that in mind, I have assembled a list of the 20 films that are most likely to chip away at the obsidian monolith that is my movie ticket budget.
As you may have already noticed, I took the subheading of this article from a quote often attributed to Terminator 2: Judgment Day: “The future is not set. There is no fate but what we make for ourselves.” I suppose that’s my pretentious way of suggesting that one or more of the films on this list could turn out to be complete wastes of time, but we won’t know for sure until they’re released theatrically in the coming months.
Also, the release dates noted in the article are correct as of press time, but are subject to change.