Sleeping Beauty 2: Maleficent's Revenge

Maleficent plans to get even with Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather by casting an age regression spell on Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather in their peasant clothes to make them grow younger and younger from old woman to middle age women to young women in their early 20's to teenagers to little girls to babies to until their wink out of life. So Aurora and Philip have to find a cure to Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather's age regression spell to make them become old again and defeat Maleficent before it's too late to save them.

Aurora and Phillip had gotten married not too long ago and assumed everything was going to be fine—now that Maleficent was dead, or so they thought. But then Maleficent returned.

"Well, it seems you had a party without me," Maleficent began scowling at the now married prince and princess.

Aurora glared at Maleficent.

Phillip touched his wife's arm, and she shook him off—she wanted to tear Maleficent apart—by herself.

"What do you want?" Aurora snarled at Maleficent.

"You were such a sweet girl," Maleficent. "What happened?"

"You came back," Aurora snarled.

"Well, seeing as this is Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather's fault, they must be punished," Maleficent smirked evilly.

"What do you mean?" Phillip asked, cautiously, still trying to restrain his wife.

"Oh, they're getting younger—and then they'll die," Maleficent answered and then vanished.

Aurora looked at Phillip and he nodded in silent agreement—they had to find the fairies and fast.