LONDON (AP) — Netflix has acquired the works of Roald Dahl, the late British author of celebrated children's books such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
The video streaming giant said Wednesday that it acquired the Roald Dahl Story Co., which manages the rights to the author's characters and stories.
NEW YORK (AP) — Timothée Chalamet will play Willy Wonka in a musical based on the early life of Roald Dahl's eccentric chocolatier.
Warner Bros. and the Roald Dahl Story Co. announced Monday that the 25-year-old Chalamet will star in “Wonka.” The studio said the film will “focus on a young Willy Wonka and his adventures prior to opening the world's most famous chocolate factory.”
No matter how you cut it, “ The Witches ” is a really disturbing tale...
The Robert Zemeckis adaptation of “Roald Dahl’s The Witches” has found a new home on HBO Max this month just in time for Halloween...
NEW YORK (AP) — Anne Hathaway is signing up for more diaper duty.
The 36-year-old actress announced Wednesday on her Instagram account that she and her husband, actor and jewelry designer Adam Shulman, are expecting their second child.
“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” is a family musical about the trials and triumphs of a young man who has an adoring father, but also must contend with 11 envious and conniving brothers.
Around 40 years after British author Roald Dahl introduced the characters James Trotter and company into literary history, writer David Wood revisited those characters with his stage adaptation.
The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council will present Wood's adaptation, "James and the Giant Peach," this month.
There is a moment in “James and the Giant Peach” when a line of ukulele players strolls into the Roebling Theater at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts mixing Roald Dahl’s wacky poetry with melodic chords.
RIVERTON TWP. — Mention of Roald Dahl’s “James and the Giant Peach” made its way into the 49-year-old Christofferson Maple Hill Farm Tuesday afternoon, and the matriarch of the Christofferson Farm, Carole Christofferson, loved it.