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Hope Blooms for a New Peanuts Movie, Says Charles Schulz’s Son

‘Peanuts’ Creator Charles Schulz’s Son Hopeful For New Movie

As fans eagerly anticipate news of a new Peanuts movie, there’s reason for optimism. It’s been eight years since “The Peanuts Movie” was released, and the possibility of another film has remained uncertain. However, in an interview ahead of the Apple TV+ special “Snoopy Presents: One-of-a-Kind Marcie,” Charles Schulz’s son, Craig Schulz, has sparked hope.

Craig Schulz’s Tease: A New Peanuts Movie in the Works?

Craig Schulz shared a playful response when asked about the chance of a new Peanuts movie.

Source: 20th Century Fox

“I could tell you, but I’d have to kill you. Nothing is off the table. We’re always exploring different ideas and different things in this co-view series that we’ve done, which touched upon the environment, the love for teachers, Mother’s Day, and how it interacts with enough people. All those subjects are just really fun, and as you know, the Peanuts universe is sort of endless.”

Craig Schulz

Schulz expressed his enthusiasm for the vast Peanuts universe, with its rich characters and themes. While he couldn’t confirm a new movie, he remains hopeful and encourages fans to stay optimistic.

Source: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation / Courtesy Everett Collection

Charlie Brown and Snoopy’s Post-‘Peanuts Movie’ Journey

In the 2015 film “The Peanuts Movie,” Charlie Brown navigated a crush on the Little Red-Haired Girl, while Snoopy took on the role of a World War I Flying Ace, striving to save Fifi from the Red Baron.

Following Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, which produced the film, Blue Sky Studios closed. Yet, Snoopy and Charlie Brown continue their adventures through Apple TV+’s “The Snoopy Show” and specials by WildBrain Studios, ensuring their enduring presence in entertainment.