Grab your broomstick and call your coven. More Practical Magic is on the horizon!

Warner Bros. took to social media to announce plans for a sequel to the 1998 witchy drama, which starred Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman.

In a series of TikToks, WB plugged the upcoming feature. The first video clip features the memorable “Midnight Margaritas” sequence from the original film, alongside the text “Me & the girls finding out that Practical Magic 2 is happening.”


It’s official… Practical Magic 2 is coming!

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A brief series of additional videos followed, all featuring scenes from Practical Magic with further confirmation of a sequel incoming.

Practical Magic followed the Owens sisters, Sally (Bullock) and Gillian (Kidman). They descended from a long line of witches, but one struggling with a family curse: any man who dared to love an Owens woman would die. The movie sees the sisters come together to ultimately break their family curse – after they accidentally kill Gillian’s abusive boyfriend, cover up the death, and then stop his evil undead spirit from ruining their lives, that is.

Akiva Goldsman, who co-wrote the first film, will return to write the screenplay for Practical Magic 2. Stars Bullock and Kidman are expected to produce the film. They are reportedly in talks to reprise their roles as well.

However, details about the plot remain under wraps for now. So, we’ll just have to wait and see what witchy vibes Practical Magic 2 will bring. Since the original focuses strongly on sisterhood, I think it’s likely the new movie will center around a new generation of Owens witches (Sally’s daughters, perhaps?), which would keep the possibility of Bullock and Kidman returning to graduate into the roles of the eccentric aunts, like Dianne Wiest and Stockard Channing in the first film.

We also don’t have a release date for the sequel, as the project is still in the early stages of development. So, check back to THS for more updates.

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