Sanderson Sisters from 'Hocus Pocus' reuniting for Halloween virtual event

Sanderson Sisters from 'Hocus Pocus' reuniting for Halloween virtual event”

Although Hocus Pocus premiered almost 30 years ago, queer and straight fans alike have clamored to see Midler and her co-stars, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, reprise their iconic roles. The sisters will be treating us to a virtual event on October 30.

The actor featured in the original Hocus Pocus, a fantasy-comedy about a coven of witches, alongside Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy in 1993. You can check out the Midler's post below and purchase your tickets here!

Hocus Pocus is the greatest Halloween movie ever made (possibly the greatest movie ever made ... period?), and with a full Moon and the end of daylight saving time on All Hallow's Eve this year, it's the ideal time to celebrate the iconic film and even have a little Sanderson sister reunion.

This year, due to the pandemic, the online "takeover" is replacing Bette's annual star-studded "Hulaween" costume gala, organized by her non-profit organization New York Restoration Project (NYRP).

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Midler is promoting a one-hour Hocus Pocus virtual reunion that is set to take place on October 30 at 8 p.m. EDT to benefit her nonprofit organization The New York Restoration Project.

The Sanderson sisters are back!

The three stars are reuniting to help raise money for the New York Restoration Project.

After what's felt like 300 years, Bette Midler shared the first teaser image of the upcoming Hocus Pocus reunion. According to the event listing, other celebrity appearances will include Glenn Close, Billy Crystal, Jennifer Hudson, Sarah Silverman, Adam Lambert, John Stamos, Jamie Lee Curtis and Meryl Streep.

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