In 1993, Hocus Pocus was directed by Kenny Ortega and written by Mick Garris and Neil Cuthbert, based on a tale by David Kirschner and Garris. The high-concept comedy Hocus Pocus featured Better Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as a trio of evil witch sisters, and it became a modest hit. However, it took almost three decades for a sequel to finally come to come fruition.
In the highly anticipated sequel of Hocus Pocus, the wicked Sanderson Sisters made a triumphant return, portrayed by the original actresses in 2022. Anne Fletcher helmed the sequel, which she and Jen D’Angelo wrote the screenplay and scenario for with Kirschner and Blake Harris. The film’s release on Disney+ was met with resounding success. It comes as no shock that the studio is already in the works for the third installment of the franchise. Get ready for Hocus Pocus 3, as (tvacute.com)we bring you all the latest updates.
Will there be a third installment of Hocus Pocus?
Yes!, The highly anticipated third installment of Hocus Pocus is now in the works at Disney. Fans can rejoice as the sequel has been given the green light. The long-awaited third installment of Hocus Pocus is finally in the works, as confirmed by Disney executive Sean Bailey.
Sanderson Sisters Back!
In a stunning revelation to The New York Times, Bailey, the mastermind behind the company’s live-action remakes since 2010, confirmed that the highly-anticipated film is currently in production. “Yes, Hocus Pocus 3 is happening,” Bailey declared.
In the 1993 film, a group of three witches, portrayed by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, are brought back to life on the spooky holiday of Halloween. Last year, Disney+ released a sequel that brought back the original cast members.
In a recent interview, Jessica Parker set to grace the screens in the upcoming season of And Just Like That…, shared that it was Najimy who came up with the concept for an animated venture. Parker expressed her enthusiasm for the idea, stating that it would be both impressive and intelligent. This show has the potential to be a hilarious and entertaining masterpiece, blending both classic and modern animation styles. Absolutely, I’d be delighted to engage in a conversation.