If you are a fan of Matilda, you undoubtedly remember every line of speech and every scene from the movie that was released in 1996 and starred Mara Wilson by memory. However, as part of its strategy to capitalize on Roald Dahl’s works, Netflix wants you to give its new musical adaptation of the Matilda Wormwood tale a chance so that it may present the narrative in a different light.
Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical will not only be an adaptation of the original novel, but it will also be based on the work that was done from that text, and on Wednesday, Netflix unveiled the first trailer for that production. The title of the project is Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical.
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Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical will invite you to follow Matilda’s story as she tries to navigate a life that is marked by parents who ignore her and the true kingdom of terror that teacher Trunchbull has in her school. However, this time songs will appear at unexpected moments. However, the premise of Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical is the same one you know and will invite you to follow Matilda’s story.
The sneak peeks, which can be seen below, actually contains several clips of Trunchbull doing his thing, which may be of interest to those who take pleasure in seeing this villainous creature in action.
Matilda the Musical, based on the book by Roald Dahl, will make its debut on Netflix later this year. Among the performers in the cast will be Emma Thompson, who will be Trunchbull; Lashana Lynch, who will play Miss Honey; and Alisha Weir, who will play Matilda.
Matthew Warchus (Pride), who also directed Pride, helmed this film.