Nicholas Sparks, the author of the best-selling Hocus Pocus books, has a new film coming out this summer that he hopes will help him get the word out about his book.
The New York Times has reported that the film will be a feature film, but not a feature-length documentary.
Instead, Sparks plans to make a short documentary about the book’s development, which he hopes to film in a variety of formats and locations, such as bookstores, movie theaters, theaters, and the like.
Sparks said in a statement to the Times that he wants to make Hocus Poop Poop, because he wants his fans to see the book as an educational tool for children.
Spenks hopes that the movie will also help him to help other children and young adults, and he’s hoping to raise $250,000 for the film.
In addition to the short documentary, Sparks hopes to use the film to help teach people about the world, and to raise awareness about Hocus-Pocus.
“Hocus Poppies” is a children’s book, which has been a bestseller since it first appeared in 1994.
The book was adapted into a film in 2007 and is now available in over 120 languages, according to Amazon.
Sspans first film, “Porky Pig,” debuted in 2009 and earned a Grammy nomination for best animated short.