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Making Magic! 'Halloweentown 2' Costars Turned Lovers Pay Tribute To The Flick On TikTok

Oct. 29 2021, Published 3:12 p.m. ET

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It wouldn't be spooky season without a viewing of the Disney Channel flick Halloweentown or one of its sequels, but this year, costars Kimberly J. Brown and Daniel Kountz — who are now dating in real life — gave fans a real treat by reprising their roles for a fun TikTok video!

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Brown's first video shows her getting into the character of Marnie, donning the very same velvety purple robe she wears in the movie. Underneath, she wears a similar red top, and she even had her brown tresses done in the same style.

She's then joined by Kountz, who just like his evil character Kal, is rocking a black tee and a leather jacket. The scene then flashes back to a photo they took in 2001‚ and honestly, they look exactly the same!

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"20 years later….#halloweentown2 #imjustakid #marnieandkal #flashback," the actress captioned the video, to which fans were delighted to view.

"You forgot to age," quipped one fan, while another declared, "GIVE US ANOTHER HALLOWEEN TOWN [sic]," to which Brown happily replied, "I'm down if Disney is!"

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One day later, the dynamic duo posted another TikTok dressed in the same costumes, though this time, Kountz held a rose in his hand while a voiceover asked, "Is it me? Am I the drama? Am I the villain? I don't think I'm the villain."

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The clip is a reference to his character, who tries to charm Brown's by bringing a dead rose to life via his magic. As fans know, despite his good looks, he does turn out to be the bad guy.

"Some bad guys just never learn…#halloweentown2 #marnieandkal #halloweentown," Brown wrote.

The costars' romance came as a shock to fans, but they admitted that it was a surprise to themselves as well.

"In real life, we had no romantic feelings for each other at all while we were working together. And then [we] didn’t see or talk to each other for at least a good 10 years or so," she recalled on Instagram. "Then reconnected a few years ago to film some comedy sketches for my YouTube channel and ... unexpectedly fell in love! It’s funny how life surprises you, sometimes, isn’t it?" Sure is!


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