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Emilia Clarke to star in Netflix animated adaption of Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’

The Roald Dahl children’s book will be brought to life in animation.



Credits: BBC Films

Netflix recently announced the cast for an animated adaptation of The Twits, based on the book by Roald Dahl. The movie will be released in 2025 and stars Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones. Margo Martindale, Johnny Vegas, and Natalie Portman also star in the movie, reports Deadline.

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Emilia Clarke to star in The Twits


Credits: Netflix

The movie, helmed by Phil Johnston, tells the tale of the despicable Mr. and Mrs. Twit, owners of the repulsive and dangerous amusement park, Twitlandia. Two courageous children, accompanied by a family of magical creatures, must outwit them to save their town.

Though Clarke is listed as a cast member, we do not know which character she will be voicing. Phil Johnston and Meg Favreau wrote the script for The Twits, which Katie Shanahan and Todd Kunjan Demong directed. A team led by Phil Johnston, Maggie Malone, and Daisy May West is producing the movie.

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This news about The Twits was shared during an event called “Next on Netflix: Animation,” where Netflix showcased what animated content is coming soon. Many watch Netflix for cartoons, with over 130 million households tuning in monthly.

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