Bette Midler shares 1st look of 'Hocus Pocus' reunion with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy

Sisters!
/ Source: TODAY

Bette Midler shared a first-look teaser of the Sanderson sisters back together again, and from the looks of things: they are right at home!

The 74-year-old actor shared a photo from rehearsal with her "Hocus Pocus" co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, who are preparing to reunite for a Halloween virtual event on Oct. 30, 2020.

"Your 3 fav witches - @sarahjessicaparker @kathynajimy & ME - are returning for 1 night only on 10/30 at 8p ET," Midler captioned the pic, that shows the trio rehearsing in full costume in front of a green screen. (Well, blue screen.)

The photo makes it look like no time has gone by at all and the trio of talented actors are ready to get back on their broomsticks for a good cause. The evening, being called “In Search of the Sanderson Sisters: A Hocus Pocus Hulaween Takeover," is promised to be one of the "hottest pandemic-safe Halloween events of the year."

"Every year, the New York social calendar in October culminates with Midler's annual 'Hulaween' costume gala, a star-studded fundraiser to benefit NYRP," a statement said. "This year, due to COVID-19, the event will go virtual, welcoming fans of all ages around the world to attend."

Virtual event tickets are priced at $10, and will benefit NYRP, an organization that Midler began back in 1995 to help preserve open green spaces in New York City.

Fans flooded the comments section of the post to gush about their excitement.

One person wrote, "This is the best thing that has happened in 2020!!! Omg yes❤️❤️❤️"

Another added, "I can’t wait!!!! We have our tickets!!!!"

"Hocus Pocus" is a 1993 horror-fantasy film that follows a comedic trio of witches who are accidentally resurrected by a teenager in Salem, Massachusetts on Halloween. The film received mixed reviews from critics at the time and was not a commercial success upon its release, reportedly losing Disney around $16.5 million. However, "Hocus Pocus" has been rediscovered by audiences from a younger generation, making it the cult classic that it is today.