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Sapphics unite! Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman in talks for Practical Magic 2

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Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman are reportedly in talks to return for a sequel to Practical Magic. According to Variety, OG writer Akiva Goldsman will pen the screenplay, with the two aforementioned leads to produce alongside Denise Di Novi.

Directed by Griffin Dunne, the 1998 supernatural fantasy romance stars Bullock and Kidman as Sally and Gillian Owens, witch sisters who are raised by their aunts (Stockard Channing and Dianne Wiest) after their parents succumb to an ancient family curse.

Decades later, the sisters kill Gillian’s abusive, serial killer boyfriend (Goran Visnjic) in self-defence and, after using their magic to resurrect him, he returns as a vengeful spirit.

Also starring Aidan Quinn, Caprice Benedetti, Evan Rachel Wood, and Mark Feuerstein, Practical Magic was a financial and critical flop upon release, but has since developed a passionate cult following.

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