Wednesday, March 9, 2016

The Peanuts


The Peanuts is an American comic strip that was written and illustrated by Charles M. Shultz, which ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000. The comic eventually grew into a well-known franchise, including famous films, books, and characters. Recently, Blue Sky Studios just released a new Peanuts film, however, the film included a 3D animation world while the old fashion Peanuts lived in a 2D animation world. However, Blue Sky was determined to stay faithful to that world in which it was built on. That meant they had to come up with a technical solution that would ensure the studio that they were consulting with the original comic strip to create the film. Personally, I thought the film was adorable, it had all the classic characters we had come to love, with just a little more flare. It was interesting to see how they took a 2D animation world and created into a 3D animation world, but still had that nostalgia feeling about the story. The Peanuts is such a classic franchise that everyone loves, and the definitely did not disappoint when it came to remaking a new film featuring the world.

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