Hocus Pocus’ Writer Mick Garris Hints Original Cast Will Return

Hocus Pocus' Writer Mick Garris Hints Original Cast Will Return

‘Hocus Pocus’ Writer Mick Garris Hints Original Cast Will Return!

Let’s be honest without the original cast returning to film the long-awaited sequel to Hocus Pocus, the film with be a dud. But Mick Garris gives hope that the original cast will return to Hocus Pocus 2…

CelebNMovies247.com reports that Hocus Pocus 2 writer Mick Garris has apparently written a script so good that the original cast will return.

That means that Bett Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy will star in the sequel to the 1993 film as the Sanderson sisters once again.

Mick is certain they will reprise their roles for the Disney+ follow-up, which is being directed by Adam Shankman.

Garris told Comicbook.com:

I’m excited about it, but I really think the main reason the movie worked was the Sanderson sisters, those actresses in those roles, those performances, that I think is key to that movie’s long life. It was only modestly successful when it came out, at best. And I think they are the reasons that it’s still around since it came out in 1993. And I would love to see them return in it. I think that’s the plan, but I don’t know.

He adds:

I heard that that is what’s happening, and I believe it’s going to be for Disney+, but I’m not involved in it, which is fine. You don’t always want to revisit all of the touchstones of your past.

Bette, who played the role of Winifred Sanderson in Kenny Ortega’s cult classic, previously revealed that she would love to make a sequel.

The 74-year-old actress said:

Oh my goodness me. Oh I hope they get to me before I’m a corpse. We wanna fly again. I hope Disney+ is a big success and I hope we get to do it, because [Winifred] is of course one of my favorite characters.

Sarah – who played Sarah Sanderson also revealed that she and her castmates would be keen on reprising their roles.

The ‘Sex and the City’ star said:

I think that it is something Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and I are all very hospitable to the idea. We’ve agreed publicly to the right people, yes, that would be a very, very fun idea, so we’ll see what the future holds.

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