And so I have to hope that Burton and Keaton do come back to do it, because if it has to happen sooner or later, they may as well do it right.
But without director Tim Burton or Michael Keaton confirmed to return - though they are reportedly "excited" to collaborate again - for a sequel to the 1988 supernatural cult classic, maybe it's time to let this movie rest in peace.
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Back in 2014, director Tim Burton made it clear that there would be certain rules for any remake though, telling IGN: "There's only one Beetlejuice, and that's Michael".
It's the most spooktacular time of the year, so the news that Beetlejuice finally has a rewrite in the works could not be more appreciated.
As recently as past year, Keaton seemed pessimistic about the possibility of a Beetlejuice sequel, saying in a 2016 interview that "it's possible that ship has sailed".
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According to Deadline, there is no involvement from Burton or Keaton yet.
Burton and Keaton are now teamed up working on the live-action "Dumbo" for Disney. On top of that, KatzSmith is coming off the monolithic success of producing Stephen King's IT, which recently became the top grossing horror movie of all-time and the first horror movie ever to cross the $300 million plateau at the domestic box office. From that day on, strangely enough, there has been no mention of any Beetlejuice 2 and we had our tears to cry. Until then, be aware that the Beetlejuice 2 threat level is firmly positioned at "orange".
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