Goldberg, who is 66 years old, talked with Sister Act co-star Kathy Najimy on Friday’s episode of The View. She said that the buzz around Hocus Pocus 2 made her want to be in a third Sister Act movie.
This week, Disney+ announced that Hocus Pocus 2, which came out almost 30 years after the first one, was the streaming service’s No. 1 movie debut in the United States to date. Based on how many hours were streamed in the first three days after it came out.
For the new sequel, Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy all came back. Sister Act star Kathy Najimy, who is 65 years old, said on The View, “I have not heard anything official yet about 3, but I have heard rumors.
I think it would be great fun. I can not wait to see the nuns we were with and who are still with us again. They were great and so much fun.” After that, Najimy asked Goldberg: “What place is that? Is that going on?”
Goldberg replied, “It is happening now. It took a while. I think you all helped make that happen because they brought back Hocus Pocus. They finally said, “We might as well put those nuns back out there to see if they have any juice.””
Goldberg first said in August that she would like to play Deloris Van Cartier, also known as Sister Mary Clarence, again in a Sister Act sequel. Back in December 2020, it was announced that Sister Act 3 would be made.
President of Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production Sean Bailey told investors about the exciting news at Disney Investor Day that year. He also said that Tyler Perry had joined Goldberg as a producer.
Goldberg did not say much about the upcoming sequel in an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the time, but she did say that she has been pushing for it to be made. She said, “I’ve been trying to do this for six years,”
“I was told that nobody cared about this. People need a minute to realize they should not say what they think.” “You are never satisfied with a script because, among other things, you want to be able to change it if you need to.
What looks right on paper does not always sound right when you say it. You have to move it around a bit, but I think people will be happy with it, “Goldberg shared.
The Luck actress, who was in the first Sister Act movie in 1992 and the sequel Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit the following year, said that the thirty-year wait would be worth it.
“Goldberg said, “It feels right because we did Sister Act 1 and 2 right after each other, which is why I think they are great. But now you need to give it some space and let [my character] grow up and become an adult, which is what is happened.
We will see. She was an adult when she started, but now she is a lot more of one.” Goldberg recently told, “It’s coming.” when asked about a third movie.