Hocus Pocus 2

Posted in Entertainment

10 Oct
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Hocus Pocus 2

The classic 1990’s comedy horror movie was not originally a hit, but with time, it again came to the surface, increasing the sales with each year and now……we all wait with excitement for Hocus Pocus 2

The original film is about the three witches known as “The Sanderson Sisters.” They burned at the stake 300 years ago. Decades later, a boy called Max Dennison, played by Omri Katz, moves to Salem and ends up at the Sanderson Sisters’ old home. He accidentally brings the Sanderson Sisters back from the dead. Max’s sister Dani Dennison played by Thora Birch, and Dani’s friend Allison played by Vinessa Shaw team up to stop the witches before they can consume the life of every child in town.

There are many rumors about the “Hocus Pocus 2”. It could be based on the sequel story, but nothing has been officially confirmed.

So What Can We Expect From Hocus Pocus 2?

Hocus Pocus 2 will be a sequel to the original film, and it will be on Disney+ instead of Freeform. The original film was a family drama, but since Hocus Pocus 2 will be directed by Adam Shankman, we can expect the sequel to be musical.

The Covid-19 pandemic has put the film release on hold. Unfortunately, we cannot hope for any kind of release in 2020. But we can only hope that everything will be back to normal, and we can soon see the film debuting in 2021.

The cast of the film is not officially announced yet, but we are expecting to see “The Sanderson Sisters” – Bette Midler as Winifred Sanderson, Sarah Jessica Parker as Sarah Sanderson, and Kathy Najimy as Mary Sanderson.

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