Talk about a Halloween treat!
This weekend, the stars of the classic Disney flick "Hocus Pocus" reunited in Burbank to celebrate the film's 20th anniversary -- and we've got your first look at some awesome photos from inside the intimate affair.
Thora Birch (Dani), Omri Katz (Max), Vinessa Shaw (Allison), Kathy Najimy (the hilarious Mary Sanderson) and Doug Jones (Billy Butcherson) were all on hand at the screening and Q&A -- an exclusive event for D23: The Official Disney Fan Club.
Check out some photos from the event below:
Thora Birch, now 31, posed for photos while wearing the exact same hat her character wore as part of her Halloween costume in the movie.
Kathy Najimy posed next to Mary's costume, her cauldron and Winnie Sanderson's spell book. How great does she look these days?!
Omri Katz, 37, took time to take photos with fans at the event, which was a rare public appearance for the former child star. He hasn't been seen out in Hollywood since 2008!
You may not recognize the guy on the left with Vinessa Shaw, but he played Winnie's zombie ex-boyfriend, Billy Butcherson, in the movie. Doug Jones is also famous for playing Abe Sapien in the "Hellboy" films.
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Did You Know ...
- Sarah Jessica Parker, who plays Sarah, is actually singing “Come Little Children” in the movie!
- The role of Max Dennison was originally offered to Leonardo DiCaprio, but was given to Omri Katz when DiCaprio turned it down to appear in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape."
- This is the only feature film Kenny Ortega has directed without also providing the choreography. His other works include "Dirty Dancing," the "High School Musical" movies and "This Is It."
- Sarah Jessica Parker researched her family history and was shocked to discover that her 10th great-grandmother, Esther Elwell, was arrested in Salem in the late 1600s for committing "sundry acts of witchcraft" to choke a neighbor to death. Esther's case never went to court as the warrant for her arrest was issued after the Salem Witch Trials ended.
- In 2008, Bette Midler said on the BBC show "Breakfast" this was her favorite film out of all the films she’s done. Ours too!
Want more Halloween goodness? See more horror movie stars all grown up in the gallery above -- plus, check out our freaky facts about these other horror classics:
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