Hocus Pocus fans, rejoice: the Sanderson sisters (Bette Middler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy) are set to reunite—albeit virtually—and you're invited to the festivities. "In Search of the Sanderson Sisters: A Hocus Pocus Hullaween Takeover" is happening on October 30 and the event's proceeds will benefit Midler's own environmental nonprofit organization, the New York Restoration Projection.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Midler, a big fan of the season, actually hosts an in-person fundraising event for the organization every year but, given COVID-19-related constraints, the actress opted for a one-hour-long virtual occurrence instead—which means we can all (kind of) attend. Pay $10 (which will benefit the organization) to reserve a spot and receive a personalized access link. According to Apartment Therapy, the trio of actresses will make virtual appearances as well.
You can also buy some film merchandise on the New York Restoration Project's website, including a limited-edition black flame candle, a life potion scroll and a set of four poison apples.
The event comes at the heels of an announcement concerning a Hocus Pocus sequel, currently in the works at Disney+. Although none of the actresses have yet signed on to it, we surely hope they'll reprise their iconic roles. While we wait for that to happen, you'll find us endlessly streaming the original movie on Disney+.
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