Netflix buys the company that manages Roald Dahl’s copyright

Netflix bought the company that manages the rights to children’s and youth literature giant Roald Dahl, author of the novelCharlie and the chocolate factory, twice adapted for cinema, was announced this Wednesday by the American broadcasting platform.

The acquisition, whose value has not been disclosed, stems from a collaboration that began three years ago between Netflix and the heirs of the British writer. Who has sold more than 300 million books worldwide. His works have been translated into 63 languages.

In November 2018, Netflix Announced that she will be adapting the greatest songs ROLD Dahl, within the framework of this association.

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a) yes, Charm WaititiOscar-winning New Zealand director (Jojo Rabbit), Preparing for a first series inspired by fantasyCharlie and the chocolate factory.

With the purchase of the Roald Dahl Story Company (RDSC), led by the writer’s grandson, Luke Kelly, Netflix announced that it would move forward with publishing, games, theater and episodic projects.

He was born in Wales, United Kingdom, to Norwegian parents, ROLD Dahl (1916-1990) gained international fame with his novels for young people, such as “Matildaor ‘witches’; A collection of baroque stories in which adults play villains.


  • Netflix
  • cinematic edits

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