Roald Dhal Stories Coming To Netflix
Claire Miles - December 1, 2018

15 Reasons To Be Happy Right Now



1. Today is a fresh start for a new opportunity.

2. There is no one else alive quite like you.

3. You are loved.

4. The sun is shining in some part of the world (maybe by you right now)!

5. There's something you can do better than anyone.
>6. You might not know it, but you are somebody's role model.

7. You can make someone smile today.

8. You have goals and dreams you will one day achieve.

9. Some of them might have come true already.

10. And you can set new goals and dream new dreams each day.

11. There are puppies all over the world who would be so happy to meet you.

12. You can change the world.

13. Nutella exists (and tastes good on pretty much anything).

14. There are millions of flowers waiting to be picked by you.

15. You are someone's first choice.

Roald Dahl is without a doubt one of the most iconic and influential storytellers of all time. His classic stories are completely timeless, and have been loved by children of all ages for decades already.

 

Whether you’re reading his books, or watching one of the movies based on the stories, you will always feel Dahl’s incredible talent to create magic through each and every one of his words.  All of his characters, whether from Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory were all completely legendary.

 

Although a reboot is not exactly the most original idea, since were living in a decade we’re it’s just got to happen, at least this time around it’s completely amazing. Neftlix has recently signed a deal that will enable them to create an animated series based on all of Dahl’s books, promising to remain faithful to the tone and spirit of Dahl’s work.

 

However, it is important to note that it won’t be a straight up copy of the books. They are instead, making a story universe, that will take the stories to a whole other level, and rumor has it that the stories might even overlap.

 

Dahl’s Widow, Felicity, who signed on the new project, says that she knows her late husband would have approved of the idea.