February 24, 2024
Selena Gomez & David Henrie Confirm Their Return For ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ Sequel


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There’s a Wizards of Waverly Place sequel in the works at Disney and both Selena Gomez and David Henrie will be a part of it!

David will once again play Justin Russo while executive producing the series while Selena will guest star as Alex Russo and also serve as executive producer.

Confirming the news on social media, Selena posted a throwback of the two of them on set, with the caption “we’re back.”

David posted a photo of the script, written by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas, with a Wizards of Waverly pencil beside it – of course! He captioned the image, “The Russo’s are excited to become a part of your family, once again, but we’ve grown. 2024, the year magic comes back!”

 

 

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According to an official description of the series shared by Variety, the new series “picks up after a mysterious incident at WizTech, where an adult Justin Russo has left his wizard powers behind, opting for a normal, human like with his wife (played by Mimi Gianopulos) and two sons. But he gets a surprise when a powerful young wizard (played by Janice LeAnn Brown) in need of training shows up at his door…. and Justin must embrace his past to ensure the future of the Wizard World.”

The original show was a huge hit on the Disney Channel, airing for four seasons between 2007 and 2012. It also starred  Jake T. Austin as Max Russo along with David DeLuise, Jennifer Stone, Maria Canals-Barrera Greg Sulkin, Dan Benson and more.

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Selena is currently starring in Only Murders in the Building opposite legends Martin Short and Steve Martin. She received a Golden Globe nomination for her role as Mabel. She’s also serving as executive producer while heading her Rare Beauty company and Wondermind, an online platform providing free mental health resources to readers.

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