Sarah Jessica Parker is the latest to hop aboard the "Hocus Pocus" sequel train, so does that mean fans' wishes are going to come true? It sure seems like it. 

On Friday's episode of "Quarantined with Bruce" on SiriusXM's Radio Andy, the "Sex and the City" star gave an update on the status of a second installment of the popular Disney film. 

"Do you think there will be a sequel to 'Hocus Pocus'?" host Bruce Bozzi asked. "That seems to be on the people's radar."

"I think that it is something Bette [Midler] and Kathy [Najimy] and I are all very hospitable to the idea," Parker shared. "I think for a long time, people were talking about it as if people were moving forward with it in a real way but we were unaware of it."

Parker added, "We've agreed publicly to the right people, yes, that would be a very, very fun idea, so we'll see what the future holds."

"Hocus Pocus" is a PG-rated comedy-fantasy film that follows a villainous trio of witches in Salem, Massachusetts, who are unintentionally resurrected by a teenage boy on Halloween night. Although Disney lost money when the movie was first released in 1993, it caught a second wind and became a cult classic after it began airing annually on TV during the Halloween season.

Fans have pushed for a follow-up to the film for years, but it wasn't until recently that the ball really got rolling. In March, sources revealed to Variety that Adam Shankman had been tapped to direct the highly-anticipated sequel for the streaming platform Disney+. It was also mentioned that a script was written by "Workaholics" writer and co-producer Jen D’Angelo.

At the time of the report, stars Parker, Midler, and Najimy were not publicly tied to the project, but based on Parker's latest claims, they are all up for reprising their iconic roles. 

So there you have it. "Hocus Pocus 2" has a cast, director, script, and a home in the Disney+ catalog. The only question left now is when will it be released?