Following the success of blockbuster ‘Tenet‘ outside North America, Warner Bros recently announced that it will release its next super bomb titled The Witches.


The Witches is adapted from the book of the same name by writer Roald Dahl – who has been dubbed the ‘Greatest Child Storyteller of the 20th Century’ with many famous works such as Matilda, Charlie and Factory Number- cola, Sophie and the giant …


The story is about a seven-year-old boy who lives with his grandmother after his parents pass away. During a vacation at a luxury hotel, the boy accidentally entered a witch’s conference and was turned into a mouse by the Sorcerer Supreme with a special drug. This is the same poison intended to turn all children into rats. Together with his grandmother, the boy must find a way to return to his true form and defeat the plot of the Wizards’ legion.

Recently, the first trailer of The Witches was released, marked with humorous content, playful music, and mysterious magical color background. But the most memorable is the talented star-studded cast like the owner of the Oscar – Octavia Spencer (who appeared in The Help, Hidden Figures, The Shape of Water), Oscar-nominated actor, owner Golden Globe – Stanley Tucci (known by many audiences through The Devil Wears Prada, The King’s Man).


And the most prominent is none other than the owner of the golden statue Oscar, the beauty of thousands of people who love Anne Hathaway as the most attractive and beautiful Ultimate Witch. Octavia Spencer as the grandmother. Chances are this is a witch and also a master witch hunter, promising to bring many surprises. Stanley Tucci plays Mr. Stringer – The manager of the hotel where the witch conference is held. The film marks the first reunion of duo Stanley Tucci and Anne Hathaway since the success of the 2006 film ‘The Devil Wears Prada’.

Not only that, the Witches also gathered the team that produced the entire ‘trophies’, including Oscar owner Robert Zemeckis – director of Forrest Gump, Cast Away on the director chair, co-writer Guillermo del Toro – the owner of the Oscar, screenwriter, director of Pan’s Labyrinth, The Shape Of Water and Alfonso Cuarón – a filmmaker who won four Oscars with Roma and Gravity as a producer.