Sarah Jessica Parker Reveals What She Will Miss Most About Hocus Pocus Witch Sarah Sanderson
Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker is happy to take on a variety of characters.
As he spoke to PEOPLE on Tuesday at the New York premiere of Hocus Pocus 2the sex and the city the star expressed her gratitude for being able to play both Carrie Bradshaw from Sat C and Hocus Pocus witch Sarah Sanderson.
“I’m the skeleton of both,” she told PEOPLE, before expressing her excitement about being at the premiere to reporters, “Lucky, privileged, happy, joyful.”
“I think just being in the company of Bette and Kathy,” she said, adding that she will also miss “having a job that connects with someone else.”
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Dia Dipasupil/Getty Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker with their daughters
The the actress was joined on the purple carpet Tuesday night by husband Matthew Broderick and their 13-year-old twin daughters, Tabitha Hodge and Marion Loretta Elwellat the AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York.
For the event — before the release of Hocus Pocus 2 Friday – Parker and Broderick’s daughters wore shoes from the actress’ SJP collection, according to E ! New.
Dressed in a sparkly cocktail dress, Marion completed her look with a pair of purple heels, while Tabitha looked chic in a black dress accented with sparkly peep toes.
Parker looked pretty in shades of pink while Broderick, 60, complemented his wife and daughters on the carpet in a suit and tie.
Hocus Pocus 2 is set 29 years after someone last lit the Black Flame candle “and resurrected the 17th century sisters, and they’re out for revenge,” according to a disney summaryand follows three high school students who must stop witches before dawn on All Saints Day.
In July, Hocus Pocus 2 Executive producer Adam Shankman told PEOPLE that Midler, 76, Najimy, 65, and Parker “got along great” on the set of the highly anticipated sequel.
“[It was] like stepping back in timeas if time had not [passed]“, said Shankman, 57. “They were laughing, laughing, laughing. … It was easy.”
He also noted that the original Hocus Pocus “wasn’t a hit when it came out”, but eventually became “the juggernaut movie of Halloween” due to its release and airing on various platforms each fall.
Hocus Pocus 2 lands Friday on Disney+.