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This 'Peanuts' trailer shows what Charlie Brown and Snoopy will look like in 3D

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Fox Family Entertainment released the first official trailer today for the new Peanuts movie, scheduled to hit theaters in November 2015. The trailer is 60 seconds of that familiar music along with Charlie Brown, and Snoopy running amok, rendered in 3D, CGI animation. Unfortunately for some, the the snippet means that the fear surrounding the modernization of the classic illustrated movies is coming to fruition, but maybe the film won't be so bad with one of Charles Schulz's sons as a producer. This new movie will be the first feature film for Snoopy and the gang since the release of Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) in 1980.

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