It's a little different than what we're used to... but it seems as if FOX's Blue Sky Studios has done the characters justice in their transfer to the digital world as they appear in their first silver screen movie entirely done CGI.

Peanuts is set for release next year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Peanuts TV special, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and the 65th anniversary of the first Peanuts comic strip.

So far so good. The movie is written by Minnesota native Charles Schulz's son, Craig, his grandson, Bryan, and Cornelius Uliano — the trio are also producing the film alongside Paul Feig. The film will be directed by Steve Martino who also directed Horton Hears a Who! and Ice Age: Continental Drift.

The studio says they'll also be using archive recordings of Bill Melendez, who provided the original Snoopy and Woodstock character voices and was a long time producer, associate and friend of Schulz's