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The Peanuts gang is back. Fans of the traditional series will love the new 3D CGI film. All the traditional characters are brought to new life on the big screen without losing any of the characteristics we know and love, including their familiar voices. Watch Charlie Brown try to impress the new girl, change his reputation at school, and try to kick that football.

Look out for The Peanuts Movie to hit theaters on November 6th.

Check out the trailer for Boulevard, the late Robin Williams‘ final onscreen performance. Williams flexed his dramatic muscles while playing a sixty-year-old man who feels trapped by his life and in denial about his sexual orientation. It isn’t until he meets a gay hustler that he finally begins to understand his sexuality.

Boulevard premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and will be in theaters on July 10th.

This fall, everybody’s favorite monsters are back in Hotel Transylvania 2. This time, the story centers on Dracula’s efforts to get his half-human grandson to show his vampire traits. Whether you have children or you are a child at heart, the antics of Dracula and his friends are guaranteed to make you laugh.

Check in to theaters on September 25th to experience Hotel Transylvania.

Arnold Schwarzenegger had a great time surprising fans in L.A. while dressed as his character from the latest installment of the Terminator series, Terminator Genisys. Starting in Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, he posed as the wax version of the Terminator and sprung to life when fans least expected.

This hilarious stunt was all in support of the charity After-school All-stars. They provide enriching after school programs to students across the nation. Schwarzenegger is an avid supporter of the charity and has been using his movie to help raise money for them.

Head to to learn more about their partnership or to donate.

SOURCE: Deadline, US Weekly | VIDEO CREDIT: YouTube

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