Meghan “All About That Bass” Trainor is contributing a song to the upcoming Peanuts movie. It is, according to People magazine, “all about letting go of your insecurities and embracing your true self on the dance floor.”
Well, here is the official trailer for the CGI Peanuts movie, due to hit theaters in November 2015. Not sure about this. Not one bit.
An experimental therapy tested on children with peanut allergies has proven successful in helping most of the kids safely eat peanuts.
This is Fuck You Week, Jezebel's first annual week of desperate emotional cleansing and unhinged psychic purging.
It turns out that some kids really do speak like Peanuts characters, which is adorable. This big sister does her best Lucy impression as she gives her sullen little brother a pep talk, telling him (gently) to "toughen up" and to not spit on boys three times his age. At least not yet. He's got a whole lifetime of…
This week, dozens of papers across the US refused to print long-running strip Doonesbury in their comics pages on the grounds that the topic it tackled— Texas's abhorrant new sonogram law — was deemed "too controversial" for the delicate sensibilities of Hagar the Horrible readers. But one newspaper's blog took things…
Scientists were able to cure peanut allergies in mice by attaching peanut proteins to the mice's own cells and then putting the cells back in their bodies. This technique also worked with egg allergies. The technique hasn't been tested on humans yet, but at least now mice can enjoy delicious PB&J sandwiches.
When discussing the phenomenon that is "Weed Day" last night, Jimmy Kimmel made a great point when he said that no big holiday is complete unless it has its own Peanuts special. So he had one made. Naturally Snoop makes an appearance as "The Great Pot Head."
Charles Schulz's family has donated a Snoopy statue to Florida's Kennedy Space Center to commemorate the 40th anniversary of a lunar module named for Schulz's character entering the moon's orbit during the Apollo 10 mission.
• Mental Floss reveals how Peanuts producers made that weird sound that plays when adults are talking on the Charles Schultz cartoons. The secret involves a toilet plunger. •