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'The Craft' Remake Gets A Diverse Cast Of Leading Witches

This is going to be so good

If you didn't know already, the 1996 classic witchy film The Craft is getting an updated remake. The film's production company Blumhouse has revealed the stars of the newest film, and they're the perfect successors for the original foursome.

Joining the cast are Blockers and The Society star Gideon Adlon, actress and activist Zoey Luna (Pose), and Share actress Lovie Simone. It has not yet been announced which actress will play which role, but that doesn't make us any less excited to see these talents starring together. Plus, we're hyped that the film chose a diverse group to star in the remake.

Cailee Spaeny (On the Basis of Sex, Bad Times at the El Royale) has already been confirmed to play Hannah, the new girl at school who becomes friends with a clique of witches. This character was originally named Sarah and played by Robin Tunney. She is the star of the film, and after becoming friends with the school witches, she will "unleash a power that at first seems to solve problems in their lives but slowly consumes them with unforeseen costs."

Actress-turned-director Zoe Lister-Jones is directing and co-writing the film, which will no doubt give us a super-authentic portrayal of these teen girls, even if the premise isn't exactly realistic.