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Where are Hocus Pocus cast now as Disney announces sequel release date
only returning cast members.Hocus Pocus 2 has been a long time coming, with rumours of a sequel dating back for years now.It is one of the most anticipated films of the year and is coming exclusively to Disney+.This means it won’t receive a cinema release, so if you want to see it, you’ll have to sign up to the platform.Just this week, Disney confirmed the release date of September 30 2022, meaning there are only a few short months to go before the premiere.So just what have the cast been up to since the first Hocus Pocus?At 76 years old, Bette Midler is leading the franchise once again as Winifred Sanderson.The legendary actress and singer has starred in countless classics over the years, with Beaches, The First Wives and Ruthless People being just a few.More recently, she starred in the TV series The Politician as Hadassah Gold and provided the voice of Grandma in The Addams Family 2.She is married to Martin von Haselberg, with the singer being best know as one half of the duo The Kipper Kids.Hocus Pocus may have helped Sarah Jessica Parker become a star, but her role as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex And The City cemented her as a household name.She has been playing the character since 1998, even starring in two hit films in 2008 and 2010.In the 2021 sequel series, And Just Like That, she returned to her role, delighting fans of the long-running saga.She is back as Sarah Sanderson in Hocus Pocus 2 as well, making her one of the biggest stars of the new film.In 1997, Sarah married Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and WarGames star Matthew Broderick, and the pair are still together to this day.Kathy Najimy has mainly been in television, with the star finding immense success on the small screen.In recent years, she has appeared in
The Chase feud rumours - 'dirty looks', punch backlash and ITV newcomer pay cut
Chasers on the beloved ITV gameshow.And fiery red-head Jenny Ryan has certainly made an impact on the show since she joined the series back in 2015.Naturally on the adrenaline-inducing game show, the Chasers are encouraged to trash talk each other and their contestants to encourage their competitive side to come out on camera.READ MORE: The Chase's Bradley Walsh swipes at co-star for 'stealing' his ITV jobThe show consists of six professional quiz champions: Anne Hegerty, Mark Labbett, Shaun Wallace, Paul Sinha and Jenny.But as the years go by, the Chasers have been forced to deny that there is any bad blood between them after eagle-eyed fans started to suspect that there is a rift between the six Chasers.As the ITV show prepares to celebrate its 13th anniversary on the airwaves, Daily Star have taken a look at some of the actions behind the Chaser’s “bitter feud.”Last year, viewers were convinced they spotted a “dirty look” between Paul ‘The Sinnerman’ Sinha and Jenny ‘The Vien’ Ryan on the ITV spinoff show, Beat The Chaser.The show sees the six brainiacs work together as a team and take on members of the public who think they can outsmart them on live TV.But it’s not always plain sailing when working together, as the starlet explained how they can often get in each other’s way when trying to answer the quickfire questions.She went on to address the awkward moment in question during an interview on This Morning as she explained how things tend to get tense if one of them get an answer wrong.Jenny told viewers at home: “It’s a tricky situation. People were actually commenting on the show last night that one of the other Chasers gave me a dirty look.
EastEnders Lola Pearce's heartbreaking exit inspired by The Wanted's Tom Parker's death
EastEnders will kill off the character Lola Pearce played by actress Danielle Harold, it has been reported.The straight-talking Lola, who first appeared in 2011, will allegedly die from a brain tumour mirroring the real-life death of The Wanted's Tom Parker, reports The Sun.They claim that Lola will finally settle down and fall in love with her former boyfriend Jay Brown before her illness takes hold and leaves her in a dire situation.READ NEXT: EastEnders real-life scandals - 'triple firing', webcam scandal and murder convictionViewers of the BBC One soap will be heartbroken as they watch the lovebirds torn apart by her terminal diagnosis.Jay, played by Jamie Borthwick, will nurse Lola until her final, heartbreaking end, to be screened later this year.BBC soap bosses are determined the exit of the popular character will be handled with “grace and care”, and have worked alongside a brain tumour charity to create the emotional scripts.Lola first made her debut on Albert Square over a decade ago as the granddaughter of Billy Mitchell and Juliet Perkins.Her biggest storylines include a teenage pregnancy after a one-night stand with her cousin Ben Mitchell (Joshua Pascoe/Harry Reid/Max Bowden) and fighting to keep newborn daughter Lexi out of care.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.Danielle returned to the role of Lola in 2019, and her most recent plotline was as the love interest of Isaac Baptiste (Stevie Basaula), who was battling schizophrenia.Loyal fans have taken to social media to share their upset about the rumours regarding Lola’s exit.One wrote on Twitter: “Noooo. Danielle is a fantastic actress.