Netflix and the giant deal with the Roald Dahl company

This is not nothing, especially for all the small readers of the past who have now grown up at the same time as licensed “Netflixaddicts”. Netflix has just absorbed Roald Dahl Story Company (RDSC) and its catalog of cult and wonderful films.

Always on the lookout for content and future developments in regions not necessarily yet explored, and after a partnership initiated three years ago, Netflix is undoubtedly announcing one of its biggest deals to date: the final takeover of Roald Dahl Story Company, including its catalog in which evolve some essential nuggets of the wonderful world of childhood imagined by the famous Welsh author Roald Dahl: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG, Matilda, Fantastic Mr. Fox, James and the giant peach, The witches…

What happiness

If no financial details have filtered out yet, the deal is crucial. It opens the doors to cinema and children's series, paths not necessarily the most used by the platform so far. Netflix co-CEOs Ted Sarandos and Luke Kelly, managing director of the rights-handling company for the children's literature giant - and the author's grandson - said they are now considering creating a " unique universe through animated and live films, publishing, games, immersive experiences, theater, consumer products and more ”. And Netflix concludes, "We are now about to visit the most wonderful places and see the most wonderful things." We will only have one word: wonderful!