If you grew up in the 1990s, you probably saw the perennial Halloween favorite Hocus Pocus. The Disney film directed by High School Musical juggernaut genius Kenny Ortega and starred icon Bette Midler beside Sarah Jessica Parker of Sex and the City fame and Kathy Najimy of Sister Act as the evil Sanderson sisters, a trio of resurrected witches in Salem, Massachusetts.
Since the film's 1993 debut it developed a cult following. Now Midler has banked on that popularity to poke a little fun at one of her favorite Twitter foils, President Donald Trump.
Midler shared a Hocus Pocus scene updated for 2019. Midler retains her role of Winifred Sanderson, but in place of Parker and Najimy are Kathy Griffin as Mary Sanderson and Stormy Daniels and Sarah Sanderson.
She captioned the photo:
"Sisters!! @kathygriffin @StormyDaniels, It's been three hundred years, Right down to the day, Now the witches are back, And there's h*** to pay!"
The ladies were thrilled to be in the Divine Ms M's company.
Trump's online attacks against Midler go back years.
His most recent attack came on June 4 where he referred to the award winning singer and actress as a washed up psycho.
Midler dishes it back though.
Midler's sense of solidarity with other women Trump targeted online repeatedly is understandable. Like the ever changing story of a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels.
And the feud with Griffin.
People were on board for Midler's post. Many added a few images of their own.
People asked for a sequel to the frightfully funny film for years. In February 2019, news broke that it may happen. And at least one fan is just fin with this as an alternate script.
Trump has yet to respond to Midler's message.