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In this edition of Sequel Bits:
Evan Rachel Wood would be down for a Practical Magic sequel, if anyone wants to make that happen.
Annabelle - Katie - Sarife - Role
Annabelle 3 adds Katie Sarife in a leading role.
Chris Hemsworth announces the Men In Black reboot has wrapped.
Guardians - Galaxy - Vol - Production - Years
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 production likely delayed for two years.
J.K. Rowling has all of the Fantastic Beasts sequels mapped out already, she swears.
Halloween - Season - Handful - Movies - People
It’s Halloween season, which means a handful of movies are on people’s minds: Halloween, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus, and, perhaps slightly more obscure, Practical Magic. The 1998 film starred Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as a pair of sisters who were also witches. The movie also had a young Evan Rachel Wood, playing Bullock’s daughter. A Twitter user expressed interest in a potential sequel that would feature Wood’s character now as an adult. While this is nothing more than a case of wishful thinking, Wood herself saw the tweet, and said she would be “down for this so much.” So there you have it: if Hollywood ever wants to make Practical Magic 2, Evan Rachel Wood is in.
Annabelle 3 is currently in the casting process, and recently revealed some surprising news: Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga would be in the movie as The Warrens, their characters from The Conjuring movies. But the casting isn’t over yet! Deadline says Katie Sarife has “landed one of the three key lead roles” in the horror sequel. In the film, the evil doll Annabelle wakes up in the Warrens’ Artifacts Room – a room where they keep all the spooky, cursed stuff they’ve collected from their cases. Once awake, Annabelle targets the Warrens’ Judy (played by Mckenna Grace). Sarife will play “the friend of Judy’s cousin and babysitter.” While I love the main Conjuring movies, the Annabelle sequels have...
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