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Earlier this week we had a nice chance to revisit our dreams of Hocus Pocus 2 being conjured into reality, despite the fact that it's now been 22 years since Hocus Pocus. (The '90s are alive in...well, everywhere.) The provocateur of these dreams was Bette Midler, who tweeted a satirical bit about Disney holding up the sequelization process:

Adding the next day:

Vulture chatted with Sarah Jessica Parker at a Manhattan event on Wednesday night and got her take. “I think it’s just on the World Wide Web," she said. "We’ve all been exchanging funny, not-reality-based messages to one another. [That’s] as much as I know." And she shrugged at the end. She really did bring back "World Wide Web," too.

Kathy Najimy, the third witch of the Sanderson sister trio, also got in on the action, carrying on the virgin-sacrifice joke to suggest composer Marc Shaiman, the man who composed Midler's timeless version of Screamin' Jay Hawkins' “I Put a Spell on You":