For Redwall! The Redwall series by Brian Jacques is being adapted by Netflix, thanks to a deal with Penguin Random House UK that includes the rights to the entire streak of works, which will be translated into both peculiarity and series adaptations.
The Redwall series follows the epic, anthropomorphic animals that reside in Redwall Abbey, which is itself located within a medieval-style realm. The first bible, Redwall, was originally published in 1986, and the streak was ultimately comprised of twenty-two tales that have been translated into over 20 conversations, selling more than 30 million replicas. The final volume in the line, The Rogue Crew, was published posthumously in May 2011, after Jacques died in February of that year.
As part of the agreement between Random House Children’s UK and Netflix, a feature film is already being developed, with Patrick McHale( Over the Garden Wall) fixed as columnist. In addition to the feature film, a series based on the character of Martin the Warrior is also in development.
While this is the first time the Redwall series will be adapted into a feature, the books have been previously been adapted into an animated streak, with three seasons of an animated modification of the first three novels, Redwall, Mattimeo, and Martin the Warrior produced by Nelvana, a Canada-based animation studio, and aired from 1999 to 2002.
According to the press release from Netflix, which you can read in its entirety below, representative of The Redwall Company( which owns Jacques’ intellectual property) Alan Ingram noted that Jacques would often pass the globe to share his legends with young books. I can personally attest to this fact, as one of my hoarded memories is assuring Jacques prove that “hes having” memorized the first page of Redwall by way of a fierce, book-free recitation.
The annoucement fixes Redwall the latest to join the growing grades of Netflix’s forthcoming enlivened offerings, which also include a musical adaptation of The Witch Boy as well as an adaptation of Bone.
Will you be checking out the Redwall modifications on Netflix? Which of the books in the seminal line are you hoping moves it to the streaming screen? Let The Beat know in the comment section and on social media @comicsbeat!
PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE CHILDREN’S UK AND NETFLIX ANNOUNCE
RIGHTS DEAL FOR BRIAN JACQUES’ REDWALL BOOK
Netflix to Develop Redwall Feature Film and Series Based on the Books
Brian Jacques’ Redwall book sequence are likely to be reimagined on screen thanks to a liberties slew between Penguin Random House Children’s UK and Netflix.
Chronicling the escapades of the epic animals that inhabit the forest sanctuary of Redwall Abbey, the Redwall books have sold in excess of 30 million simulates and been translated into more than 20 languages.
A feature film based on Jacques’ first journal in the sequence, Redwall is currently in development with novelist Patrick McHale( Over the Garden Wall, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio ), as well as an episode streak based on the character of Martin the Warrior.
The deal celebrates the first time that the film freedoms to the entire book succession have been held by the same company and the first time a feature film of any of Jacques’ acts will be made.
“We couldn’t be more delighted to announce this treat, ” says Ben Horslen, Fiction Publisher, Penguin Random House Children’s.” These perennially popular floors have been inscribed onto the hearts of thousands of readers, and we are thrilled to partner with Netflix to make those beloved reputations on screen for families worldwide to enjoy .”
“Brian often advanced the globe to tell his Redwall floors to young publics, more often than not at their schools, ” says Alan Ingram, represented on The Redwall Abbey Company( owner of Jacques’ intellectual property ), “Brian would have been very happy to see that Netflix shares his glee and desire to bring his storeys to life as a new nature of cinemas, lines and potentially much better for gatherings of all ages to enjoy. We are very excited to embark on this new endeavour with Netflix and Penguin Random House UK.”
Redwall connects Netflix’s fast growing original slate of inspired facets which includes Academy Award chose Klaus, Kris Pearn’s The Willoughbys, Oscar winner Glen Keane’s Over the Moon; as well as the Fall 2021 humor Back to the Outback, Richard Linklater’s Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Adventure, Chris Williams’ The Sea Beast, Henry Selick’s Wendell& Wild, Nora Twomey’s My Father’s Dragon, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, Wendy Rogers’ The Magician’s Elephant, Minkyu Lee’s The Witch Boy, and an Aardman sequel to Chicken Run.
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