November 02, 2019


Hocus Pocus 2 ‘in the works’ at Disney

The sequel of the famous witch movie Hocus Pocus is in the works. The follow up to the 1993 movie starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, will be made for the film giant’s upcoming streaming platform Disney+ which launches in the US on November 12.

Hocus Pocus wasn’t a blockbuster but became a cult classic over the years. The film followed Max Dennison (Omri Katz) a teenage boy who moves to Salem and accidentally resurrects Winnifred, Sarah and Mary Sanderson on Halloween after lighting the black flame candle.

The three witches, who had been dead for 300 years, plan to steal the children’s youth in order to stay young and beautiful forever, but struggle slightly in the modern world.

None of the original cast members are attached to the project, however, sources say they may be incorporated into the movie.

Selena Gomez releases her new music video

Selena Gomez is back with a new music video. The video shows Gomez dancing with several backup dancers.

Gomez announced the video and thanked fans in a tweet, “And here’s my special gift to all of my ride or dies! I created this especially for you. Y’all have been through it all with me and I think you for pushing me to be the best,” she wrote.

Harry Styles to host, perform in SNL

Harry Styles announced in his Instagram post that he will host and perform during the Saturday Night Live (SNL) show in November.

Styles shared a photo of the iconic SNL announcement board, which listed his name as both host and performer. This will be Styles’ fifth appearance on the show. He performed as a member of the boy band One Direction in 2012, 2013 and 2014, and appeared solo in 2017.

One Direction has been on an indefinite hiatus since December 2015. Styles released his debut solo album, Harry Styles, in May 2017, and shared a music video the new single “Lights Up” this month.

Meanwhile Styles’ and his One Direction band mates are also busy with their solo careers.

Published in Dawn, Young World, November 2nd, 2019