HOCUS POCUS 2 in Development at Disney+


Jen D'Angelo (Workaholics, LA to Vegas, Happy Together) has been hired to pen the script for the film.

It's become a cult classic and must-see viewing every Halloween season. A new report, one we are positive fans will find "quite lovely", says Disney+ is now developing a followup to the 1993 cult classic that starred Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker as three soul-sucking witches. Whether that means they'll come back to once again suck the lives out of the children in Salem or pass the broomstick off to a new trio of witches is unclear. Midler, Parker and Najimy played the Sanderson sisters Winnie, Sarah and Mary, and were joined by Omri Katz, Vinessa Shaw and Thora Birch in the supporting cast.

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Disney+ has been stirring excitement nearly since it's announcement. Freeform is airing the movie a whopping 33 times throughout the month of October this year. It has continued to find new fans after becoming a Halloween movie staple on cable television. The movie was released to mostly negative reviews, and it pulled in under $40 million in the U.S. But now with Disney eager to fuel their new streaming service Disney+ with exclusive material, it looks like they're finally working on a Hocus Pocus 2.

It turns out that all that talk about a Hocus Pocus sequel wasn't a bunch of - well, you know. And that definitely won't be terribly uncomfortable.