This week, the Warner Bros. studio announced that it had launched Practical Magic 2a sequel to the 1998 fantasy romance film, Practical Magicwith the protagonists of the original, Sandra Bullock y Nicole Kidman holding talks for a possible return.

The latest news They confirm that both actresses have said yes to the sequel and they will be reprising their original roles.

The person in charge of revealing it was Kidman herself in an interview with People on the occasion of the premiere of her most recent film, A Family Affair:

“Yes, I will be in it. and sandy [Bullock] will be in it. And that's that.”

“There's a lot more to tell, so we say, 'Okay, now it's interesting to be able to do this.' [Hemos] Found a way to do it.”

Akiva Goldsman, co-writer of the original installment, will write the script for the sequel. Bullock and Kidman will produce it alongside Denise Di Novi, producer of the original.

At the moment no details about the plot have been revealed.

The original 1998 film, titled in our market as Love spell, follows two sisters, Sally (Bullock) and Gillian Owens (Kidman), who come from a long line of witches. Orphaned at a young age, they are raised by their eccentric aunts (played by Stockard Channing and Dianne Wiest), who embrace their magical heritage. However, the Owens family is cursed: any man who falls in love with an Owens woman is doomed to an early death.

Sally and Gillian struggle with their powers and the consequences of the family curse. Sally tries to lead a normal life, distancing herself from magic, but tragedy strikes when her husband dies. Gillian, on the other hand, lives a wild life and takes advantage of her magical abilities. The sisters become involved in an event where they fight to break the family curse. Griffin Dunne directed it. The screenplay was adapted from the 1995 novel by Alice Hoffman.

The rest of the cast was made up of Evan Rachel Wood, Goran Visnjic, Mark Feuerstein, and Aidan Quinn.

The film accumulated more than $68 million in the global box office

Bullock's most recent credits include films such as Bullet Train, The Lost City, Bird Box y The Unforgivable.

For her part, you can see Kidman right now in the series Expats from Prime Video and Lioness from Paramount+, while Netflix will release the rom-com A Family Affair June 28; Later we can see her in the mystery series The Perfect Couplealso from Netflix, the series Kay Scarpetta from Prime Video, and the thriller Holland, Michigan. He also works on the second seasons of Nine Perfect Strangers of Prime Video and the aforementioned Lionessand the movie Babygirl from A24.


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