The long-awaited sequel to a Halloween favourite, Hocus Pocus 2 is on the way in which for the Disney+ streaming service, presently set to reach someday throughout the Halloween ’22 season.
The movie is being billed as “the spooky sequel to the 1993 Halloween traditional,” with Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy all again because the beloved Sanderson Sisters.
Take a look at a tiny little bit of first-look footage within the Disney+ 2022 preview beneath!
“It’s been 29 years since somebody lit the Black Flame Candle and resurrected the Seventeenth-century sisters who have been executed for practising witchcraft, and they’re on the lookout for revenge. Now it’s as much as three high-school college students to determine how one can cease the ravenous witches from wreaking a brand new sort of havoc on Salem earlier than midnight on All Hallow’s Eve.”
Anne Fletcher (The Guilt Journey) is directing the film, and the solid additionally consists of Doug Jones as Billy Butcherson, a fan favourite character from the unique 1993 film.
Becoming a member of them are Whitney Peak (“Gossip Lady,” “Molly’s Sport”) as Becca, Lilia Buckingham (“Grime,” “Crown Lake”) as Cassie, and Belissa Escobedo (“American Horror Tales,” “The Baker and the Magnificence”) as Izzy, three younger girls in present-day Salem who incite the wrath of the three witches. Sam Richardson (Werewolves Inside) will even star. “Arrested Improvement” favourite Tony Hale and “Ted Lasso” actress Hannah Waddingham have additionally each landed roles with Froy Gutierrez, Juju Brener, Taylor Paige Henderson, and Nina Kitchen.
The Kenny Ortega-directed 1993 film starred Omri Katz as a curious teen who strikes to Salem, Massachusetts, the place he struggles to slot in earlier than awakening a trio of diabolical witches (performed by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy) that have been executed within the Seventeenth century. The movie additionally starred Thora Birch, who could also be again for the sequel as effectively.
Jen D’Angelo (“Workaholics”) wrote the sequel’s script.
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