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Hocus Pocus 2: Easter Eggs to watch for from Popverse's resident Sanderson Sisters superfan Ashley V. Robinson

After 29 years, the Sanderson Sisters are back with Hocus Pocus 2 - and here's some key things to look for

Hocus Pocus 2 is the 29-years-in-making sequel to the iconic 1993 movie Hocus Pocus. Hocus Pocus 2 was Popverse’s own Ashley Victoria Robinson’s most anticipated movie release of 2022. She was able to catch an early screening and has come prepared with three Easter Eggs to share with you!

Original cast members Better Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker reprise their roles as the Sanderson Sisters (Winnie, Mary, and Sarah, respectively), with Doug Jones reprising and expanding his OG role as Billy Butcherson. They are joined by a VEEP reunion of Sam Richardson and Tony Hale rounding out the all-star cast for the sequel.

Watch Popverse's own Ashley Victoria Robinson share the three Easter Eggs you need to know before you stream Hocus Pocus 2! Watch below!

Hocus Pocus 2 is currently streaming on Disney+, starring the cast listed above as well as Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo, and Lilia Buckingham as a whole new coven of sisters. Directed by Anne Fletcher. The movie introduces the Sanderson Sisters to a new generation of spooky season viewers.

Hocus Pocus 2 is available now on Disney+.

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Ashley V. Robinson

Popverse video producer

Ashley Victoria Robinson is a Canadian hobbit now living in the United States. She is a Popverse Video Producer. You may know her as the host of the Geek History Lesson podcast (alongside Jason Inman), and was even the face of Twitter marketing for podcasters.