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Hocus Pocus 3 Release Date Cast Plot and Will There Be a Sequel?

Hocus Pocus 3: Everything you need to know about, Renewed or Canceled, Cast, Plot, and Release Date.

Hocus Pocus 3 is yet to be confirmed by Disney, but if Hocus Pocus 2 turns out to be a hit,  you can’t rule out another return for the Sanderson sisters. The sequel is available now on Disney+ and for those who were skeptical about the film, it has garnered positive reviews from critics.

We at Digital Spy loved it. No film, not even a sequel, released 29 years after the original is immune to the cynical studio cycle,  which a sequel certainly is. Is not enough. So will there be a Hocus Pocus 3?

Well, there’s no way to know for sure yet. But there are indications that a third film starring the Sanderson sisters is possible.

Hocus Pocus 3 Release Date

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As mentioned above, Hocus Pocus 3 has yet to be officially confirmed by Disney, so there is no release date for the three sequels just yet. We hope we don’t have to wait another 29 years for another movie.

So if the sequel is a hit, Disney might want to fast-forward to another outing with the Sanderson sisters. Even if that happens, we doubt he’ll see the third film before Halloween 2024, and that’s assuming it’s even confirmed. Keep an eye on this section and we’ll be updated whenever we hear more.

Hocus Pocus 3 Cast

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Of course, if there were a third film, we would see the return of Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as Winnie, Sarah, and Mary Sanderson. However, while Najimy teased that they would never say never, he also said that the faithful three felt they were done with the roles: “I feel like we’re done. We all have stories to draw from it. I guess never say never.”, but I’m grateful we have to do it again. I don’t know if there are any plans for a third.

” There is a possibility of a third animated film, which Parker revealed was Najimy’s idea. But at least one Sanderson sister is ready for another gig as a witch: Bette Midler. Midler revealed: “If there were a third, of course, I would sign up, but I don’t know how. I can’t imagine what the story would be like but I love Winifred, Sarah, Mary, and our relationship.

It’s good for women. “We stick together through hell and high tide, but we cause chaos, and not many women cause that much chaos! In the movie, their curse has finally been broken. With no more deaths to come, any of the cast from Hocus Pocus 2 could return, including  Whitney Peak as Becca, Belissa Escobedo as Izzy, Lilia Buckingham as Cassie, Sam Richardson, Tony Hale, and more. 

Hocus Pocus 3 Plot

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The second film brings the sisters back to life thanks to Becca (Whitney Peak) lighting the Black Flame candle in the forest with her friend Izzy (Belissa Escobedo). While the candle was destroyed at the end of the film, the post-credits scene reveals that there is another candle.

We see Gilbert’s (Sam Richardson) cat hopping around the store before stopping in front of a box that says “BF Candle #2,” suggesting there’s a second one. The wrinkle in this one, though, is that the Sanderson sisters’ don’t come to an end by falling victim to the curse that makes them disappear at dawn on November 1st. Instead, Mary and Sarah fall victim to the same spell  Winnie casts to empower herself.

Winnie asks Becca, a new witch, to cast a spell to reunite them, but instead of bringing Mary and Sarah back, she sends Winnie back to where they are, presumably some kind of afterlife. . Whether another Black Flame candle can call remains to be seen, but it would certainly weaken the dramatic arc achieved in the sequel, and we have to hope that when a third film gets the green light it takes a whole new direction will.

Hocus Pocus 3 Trailer

Unfortunately no, we can’t even summon any of them. Hocus Pocus 3 has yet to be confirmed, so there’s no word on when filming might begin. However, bookmark this page for when these updates arrive.

Read More: Hocus Pocus 2 Ending Explained: What Happens with Sanderson Sisters?

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