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The Witches 2020: Cast, trailer and how to watch the remake in the UK

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The Witches is available to watch today (Picture: Warner Bros)

Your Halloween 2020 will not be complete without watching the new Witches movie, which is available in the UK today (October 26).

The movie is based on the 1983 Roald Dahl book, about a little boy who discovers child-hating societies of witches.

The new movie, which is a remake of the terrifying 1990 film starring Rowan Atkinson and Anjelica Huston, boasts an all-star cast.

But who is set to appear in the new scary comedy, and how can you watch it in the UK?

Who is in the cast of the Witches?

The Witches boasts an A-list cast, full of household names and Academy Award-winning actors.

Ocean’s Eight Anne Hathaway leads the cast as the Grand High Witch, alongside Ma’s Octavia Spencer as the Grandma.

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Anne Hathaway leads the cast as the Grand High Witch (Picture: Warner Bros)

Stanley Tucci joins the cast as Mr Stringer, while Chris Rock plays Older Hero Mouse.

The cast also includes:

  • Jahzir Bruno
  • Orla O’Rourke
  • Josette Simon
  • Ana-Maria Maskell
  • Eugenia Caruso

Is there a trailer for The Witches?

Yes there is.

The official trailer was released on October 2. You can watch it below.

How can you watch The Witches in the UK?

The Witches will be made available as a 48 hour rental from today (Monday, October 26) for £15.99 via Premium Video on Demand (PVOD) platforms, including Amazon, iTunes and the Google Play store.

The film had originally been planned for a cinema release, but this idea has since been scrapped following the spread of Covid-19.

The Witches comes to Premium Video On Demand on October 26.


Credit: Original article published here.

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