Netflix bought the rights to Roald Dahl’s children’s books from the author’s family.

Under the agreement, the company will be set up as Charlie’s and The Chocolate Factory, and The BFG. Netflix sees what happens to them through print, television, and movies and makes a profit. It also offers great daytime and evening fun, games, and other life events. Either side does not reflect the value of the stock market. The award means the Roald Dahl Story Company, run by Dahl’s grandson Luke Kelly and his former family and other employees, will now be part of Netflix.

According to his latest reports, he will receive $ 22 million in job applications in 2019. In a joint statement, Kelly’s CEO Kelly and Ted Sarandos said they have teamed up to share their favorite stories around the world in new and creative ways with their current and future fans. As part of the bug, Oscar winner Taika Waititi is working at a world-class chocolatier in Charlie, while Sony and Working Names Matilda the Music are restarting. There are already 19 TV series, films, shows, and live events.

Kelly and Sarandos say, “These projects opened our eyes to the highest level: a world of live television and television, print, theater, immersion, art, advertising and more,” said Kelly and Sarandos. Netflix has discovered the golden cards hidden in Willy Wonka’s chocolate bag. On the back of the card are the words “I don’t know what we’ll see” by James and Giant Peach. “As we bring these endless new themes of change to happy audiences, we are committed to maintaining a unique and global spirit of wonder and kindness by adding new ideas,” said Kelly and Sarandos.

Who is Roald Dahl?

After serving as a military pilot and also as an international ambassador during World War II, Wales was a leader in writing essays, short stories, poems, and fables. In the mid-60s, 70s, and 80s he became known for his best-selling children’s books, many of which were illustrated. The author, who died in 1990 at the age of 74, has sold more than 300 million books in 65 languages worldwide. People like Mr. Fantastic are also on Dahl’s list. Fox, James and Giant Peach, Witches, and Idiots.

Sarandos and Kelly said in their article that there are “messages about the strength and abilities of young people” and “they have never felt comfortable”. The “critical component” of a company’s salary is used to launch a new campaign for health, hate, and discrimination. In March, Dahl’s family apologized for his comments that contested the author’s approval in the 1983 and 1990 interviews.