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Netflix reveals trailer for musical adapted from Roald Dahl’s novel

Netflix continues to multiply announcements. After having offered a first glimpse of “Wednesday“, a series devoted to Wednesday Addams or even having announced the release date of season 3 of “Locke and Key“, the platform of streaming lifts the veil on another huge project that we knew had been in the works for a long time…

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Indeed, the American giant has given itself a real challenge by tackling a masterpiece of children’s literature: Matilda ! Adapted from the eponymous novel written by Roald Dahl in 1988 and the famous musical comedy at the Tony Awards and the Laurence Olivier Awards, this sung and danced program will also have to compete with the film of which has been seen and reviewed by entire generations.

A spectacular trailer

But at the sight of the trailer which has just been formalized, subscribers should be reassured. Indeed, from the episode of the chocolate cake through the corridors of the boarding school and the authoritarian director, Matilda promises to be as spectacular as she is funny!

And for those who only discovered “Matilda” today, here is the official synopsis: “Matilda” tells the story of an extraordinary little girl who, armed with exceptional intelligence and an overflowing imagination, decides to rebel to change the course of her destiny, with results that will exceed all expectations.

When will Matilda be released on Netflix?

If for the moment, the broadcast date has not been precisely revealed, we do know that the musical fantasy film will be available for the end of year celebrations. A gift that will undoubtedly amaze both parents and children. And finally, for those lucky ones who live in the UK and Ireland, the film will hit theaters on December 2, 2022.

In France, Matilda will be released on Netflix December 25, 2022. What a nice gift, isn’t it?

Who is in the cast of this musical?

Realized by Matthew Warchusthe film stars Alisha Weir in the title role. Lashana Lynch, Andrea Riseborough, Stéphane Graham and Emma Thompson round out the cast.

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