Netflix He made a historic pact with Penguin Random House Children to adapt the literary epic ‘Red wall’ It was written by Brian Jack and has sold over 30 million copies worldwide. In this way, it will be the first time in history that the company has the rights to adapt to the entire franchise.
The movie “Redwall” tells a story Anthropomorphic animals They live in Redwall Abbey, a peaceful group that often has to become warriors to deal with attacks from other creatures such as rats, weasels, or foxes.
For now, Netflix has signed Patrick McHale, Creator of the excellent short series “Beyond the Garden”, to write the animated film that will adapt the first 22 novels – most recently published posthumously – that constitute the literary franchise. Additionally, the platform was launched A series based on the character Martin el Guerrero, One of the founders of Redwall Abbey.
In this way, Netflix increases its commitment to animation, which has already paid off with the wonderful “Klaus”, the fantastic “Beyond the Moon” or multiple series such as “Jurassic World: Cretaceous Camp.” For this part, Ben Horslin, Fiction publisher at Penguin Random House Children, highlighted the following about the deal:
We couldn’t be happier to announce this deal. These popular stories have consistently touched the hearts of millions of readers and we are excited about our relationship with Netflix to bring these beloved characters to families around the world for their enjoyment.
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