This Is Why Mary's Crooked Smile Is Backwards In New 'Hocus Pocus' Movie

Kathy Najimy, who plays the iconic Mary Sanderson in "Hocus Pocus," has explained to fans why her crooked smile is on the opposite side for the new movie.

In the original movie, Mary's got a tilt to her right (your left) of her mouth. In the new "Hocus Pocus 2," her smile is tilted on the opposite side. With "Hocus Pocus" being such a cult classic, this left fans confused as to what happened.

It's really pretty simple. She just can't tilt her mouth to the other side anymore. “It’s on the other side mainly because it’s so hard for me to do it on the side I did it on 30 years ago,” she explained while speaking to EW.

She continued, “We can justify it because there’s a scene at the beginning where Winnie slaps me, and my mouth goes to the other side, and then she slaps me again and it goes to the other side, and sticks.”

There ya have it!

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content