There's nobody in the Pacific Northwest that appreciates breakfast cereal as much as I do. I'm nostalgic for it, I have to try all the new cereals when they're released, I collect cereal boxes and even wrote a book about breakfast cereal from the '80s and '90s. When a new cereal comes out it gets me excited to see what it's all about. When you combine a new cereal announcement with a movie I'm looking forward to, it's double the excitement for me. That's how I felt when I saw that Kellogg's was releasing a new cereal based on Disney's Hocus Pocus 2.
Kellogg's has often had the license for Disney with their Princess cereal collection in the past and most recently the one based on Lightyear. This Hocus Pocus 2 cereal came as a surprise for me as I never expected it.
Best of all, it's slated to release later this month ahead of the release date of the movie Hocus Pocus 2 no Disney+.
The cereal itself is a berry 'brew'-favored with stars' colors inspired by the colors the Sanderson sisters wear topped with green and purple flecks to make them kinda sparkly.
I'm especially hype as you can tell and figured if I was may you would be as well. Look out for it in stores soon!
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