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Upcoming 'Peanuts' film continues to generate excitement
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The "Peanuts" gang will make its big-screen debut Nov. 6, and the "Peanuts" craze is gaining momentum. - photo by Alex E. Johnson
The "Peanuts" gang will make its big-screen debut Nov. 6, and the "Peanuts" craze is gaining momentum.

Kid President Robby Novak and his brother-in-law Brad Montague visited the Charles M. Schulz Museum, where they talked with the cartoonist's wife, Jean Schulz, and his son Craig Schulz about the upcoming film. The museum includes empty comic strip frames, which inspired the YouTube sensations to create a tribute video to inspire people to "fill their black-and-white boxes with awesomeness."

"Each of us, when we look at the characters he had, we all can relate to one or more of the characters," Craig Schulz said during an interview with Kid President.

Kid President isn't the only one excited for "The Peanuts Movie."

NBC's "Today" staffers had some Halloween fun Friday by dressing up as Charles Schulz's well-loved comic strip characters.

Using clips from the new film, the show's anchors re-enacted some of the scenes for their annual Halloween extravaganza on the plaza.

The movie's final trailer was released Wednesday by 20th Century Fox.

"The Peanuts Movie" hits theaters Nov. 6.
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