Meet the new Hocus Pocus sequel novel characters that will make Hocus Pocus fans run amok! Today over details about the new Hocus Pocus novel coming out July 10th, 2018 were dropped. The book will be broken into two parts, the first is a retelling of the original Hocus Pocus movie, and the second continues where that left off with the story of the next generation of Salem teens. Meet the newest Hocus Pocus characters here:
Poppy Dennision- “Poppy is the daughter of Max and Allison, who we know from the original Hocus Pocus. She has always been skeptical about her parents’ (in)famous story about their Halloween night 25 years ago.”
Isabella Richards: “Isabella is the most popular girl at Jacob Bailey High, and is a star student with endless extracurriculars and an impressive report card.”
Travis Reese: “Travis is Poppy’s loyal BFF who doesn’t believe in evil witches or old-timey ghosts.”
There’s no word on whether or not the Sanderson sisters will make an appearance in the anxiously awaited sequel, but we are hoping the new characters brew up some trouble in Hocus Pocus and the All-New Sequel.
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