Edge On The Clock: “Hocus Pocus” Still Draws An Audience, 27 Years Later
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The film Hocus Pocus put a spell on movie goers back in 1993, and it is currently leading box offices, 27 years after its original release date. The film was re-released in select theaters this past weekend and reportedly made $650,000 on Friday alone. Although Warner Brothers has not released the final numbers, the cult-classic is ahead of more recent titles like New Mutants, and Russell Crowe’s Unhinged.
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