'Peanuts' Screenwriters Bryan Schulz, Cornelius Uliano Sign with APA (Exclusive)

Cornelius Uliano and Bryan Schulz
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Charles Schulz's grandson and his writing partner produced 'The Peanuts Movie' for 20th Century Fox.

Feature and TV Peanuts writing duo Cornelius Uliano and Bryan Schulz have signed with APA.

Uliano and Schulz, Charles Schulz's grandson, wrote and produced The Peanuts Movie for 20th Century Fox, which was based on the Charlie Brown comic strip and earned a nomination for a Golden Globe for best animated feature film.

They screenwriting duo are currently penning and executive producing new Peanuts content with indie WildBrain. Charles Schulz first introduced his Peanuts characters in 1950.

Nearly 70 years later, Peanuts remains among the more valuable intellectual properties in all of children’s programming, with iconic characters such as Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the entire Peanuts gang.

Uliano and Schulz got their original break when they sold an original spec script, Imaginary Friends, to DreamWorks. They have since worked on several studio projects for Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Animation.

They continue to be represented by Anonymous Content, and Ziffren Brittenham, LLP.