Charlie Brown, Snoopy back in 3-D 'Peanuts' movie

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FILE - In this file image originally provided by United Feature Syndicate Inc. VIA ABC TV, Charlie Brown and Linus appear in a scene from "A Charlie Brown Christmas," a television special based on the "Peanuts" comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. “Peanuts,” the first full-length CG-Animated film based on Schulz’s comic strip, which ran from October 1950 to February 2000, will hit theaters November 6, 2015. The beloved pair’s updated look is shown off in a new trailer for the film, to be released by Blue Sky Studios, 20th Century Fox’s animation house. (AP Photo/ABC, 1965 United Feature Syndicate Inc., File) **NO SALES** **MANDATORY CREDIT: United Feature Syndicate Inc. **
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FILE - In this file image originally provided by United Feature Syndicate Inc. VIA ABC TV, Charlie Brown and Linus appear in a scene from "A Charlie Brown Christmas," a television special based on the "Peanuts" comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. “Peanuts,” the first full-length CG-Animated film based on Schulz’s comic strip, which ran from October 1950 to February 2000, will hit theaters November 6, 2015. The beloved pair’s updated look is shown off in a new trailer for the film, to be released by Blue Sky Studios, 20th Century Fox’s animation house. (AP Photo/ABC, 1965 United Feature Syndicate Inc., File) **NO SALES** **MANDATORY CREDIT: United Feature Syndicate Inc. **

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Good ol' Charlie Brown and Snoopy are going 3-D.

20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios say "Peanuts" will hit theaters Nov. 6, 2015. It's the first full-length computer-animated film based on the Charles Schulz comic strip that ran from 1950 to 2000.

Charlie Brown and Snoopy have updated looks in a trailer unveiled Tuesday. The teaser shows the beloved pair up to their old tricks, as Snoopy tries to steal the spotlight and Charlie Brown mutters his famous line "Good grief."

The trailer doesn't reveal whether the rest of the Peanuts crew will also be in the film. But it seems likely that the comic strip's favorite siblings — sweet Linus and sassy Lucy — will also be in 3-D on the big screen.

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