Halloween day was a very special day for us. We got to do some of the things we love the most. We visited Knott’s Berry Farm where we rode roller coasters, had some awesome boysenberry treats and also got the chance to interview the Writer, the Director and the cast of the Peanuts Movie that will be out on theaters next Friday, November 6th.
About the Movie
Life always seems complicated for good ol' Charlie Brown, the boy who always tries his best against seemingly impossible odds. When the Little Red-Haired Girl moves into his neighborhood, Charlie Brown finds himself smitten with her. As he deals with his feelings, his best friend Snoopy embarks on his own adventure in a fantasy world. As a World War I flying ace, the lovable beagle pursues his nemesis, the Red Baron, while also trying to win the heart of a beautiful pilot named Fifi.
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Meet the cast
We asked the writer Craig Schultz was what the hardest part of writing the script for the movie and he told us that there is 2 stories and the hardest part was trying to blend the two stories together without having the feeling that you are watching two different movies. He also told us that all the inspiration for the movie came from his dad. It is three generations of Schultz's inspiring the movie.
Nicolas asked Director Steve Martino how did he managed to have Snoopy's voice since the original actor that did his voice is not longer with us. Marino told us that they used the recordings that he did 25 years ago,and he was really happy to find the recordings, they are now made digital and they can use them in the movie and they are really funny.
We asked Mariel Sheets what was the favorite part about being on the Peanuts Movie, and she told us that she likes being a part of recreating peanuts after so many years.
Nicolas asked Francesca Capaldi and Noah Schnapp what was their favorite scene in the movie. Francesca Capaldi told us her favorite scene was the last scene because it was really cool but she is not allowed to say what happens. Noah Schnapp's favorite scene of the movie is also the last one because something big happens, but he says we have to see the movie so we can understand why is so cool.
Nicolas asked Hadley Belle Miller what is the hardest part about acting and she told us that for her the hardest part is not being able to tell anyone that she was on the movie. She got the part and she had to wait a whole year before she could tell anyone and that was really tricky.
Nicolas asked Alexander Garfin and Marleik Mar Mar Walker if they could choose any character on the movie the play, who would they choose and why. Marleik Mar Mar Walker told us that he would pick Snoopy just because all the adventures he goes thru and because he has a big imaginations. Alexander Garfin told us he would be WoodStock because he is a free spirit and he is really cool.