WATCH: Tim Burton Brings Beetlejuice Back To Life As Shown In New Trailer Ahead Of Sequel Release


The sequel to the 1988 movie Beetlejuice is slated for release this September. It marks the reunion of many members of the original cast and a few new faces as well. The trailer is making rounds on social media, teasing the comeback of Michael Keaton’s hideous character, Beetlejuice.

Co-starring alongside Keaton are his former castmates Winona Ryder, who plays grown-up Lydia Deetz, and Catherine O’Hara, reprising her role as Lydia’s mother, Delia. Jenna Ortega from Netflix’s Wednesday plays Lydia’s daughter, Astrid, with Monica Belluci and Willem Dafoe featuring too.


Fans react to ‘Beetlejuice Beetlejuice’ trailer

Youtube video screenshot

The teaser opens with Ryder in character warning viewers that it will be “intense,” as a cover of Harry Belanfonte’s “Day-O” follows in the background. Warner Bros. Pictures shared the two-minute clip via their official YouTube channel, and fans flooded the comments with excitement and anticipation. “It’s Showtime! Beetlejuice is back!” the caption read.


RELATED: Catherine O’Hara Has Very Blunt Message For ‘Beetlejuice’ Sequel Haters

Viewers commented on how good the original cast looked even after several decades, adding that they could not wait to see it. “Michael Keaton 72 years old and has already came back for Batman in the flash and now he’s coming back for Beetlejuice. This guy is a legend!!!” a fan of Keaton’s gushed.

Youtube video screenshot

Last year, Burton emphasized that the Beetlejuice sequel will be different from the ‘80s classic and will focus on the living instead. He was inspired to make another installment based on his journey “from cool teenager to lame adult.” Burton wanted to portray character development in the characters’ future lives— an idea he also saw as a chance to “go back to the basics of working with good people and actors and puppets.”

Youtube video screenshot

Unfortunately, the Maitland couple, played by Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin, are absent from Beetlejuice 2. Geena revealed her reason as the fact that “ghosts don’t age,” and there is no way to explain how their characters Barbara and Adam got older. Disappointed fans suggested the use of technology such as CGI, but their decision to be off the remake remained unchanged.

Show comments
Published by

Recent Posts

A New ‘Walking With Dinosaurs’ Is Airing After 25 Years, With A Twist

It has been 31 years since Jurassic Park roared onto the big screen, reinvigorating the…

4 mins ago

Simon Cowell Credits Son For Saving Him From “Downward Spiral”

In addition to his extensive television work, becoming for a time the face of America’s…

12 hours ago

Gayle King Clears The Air With Oprah After Sharing Details Of Host’s Private Health Problem

Gayle King is clearing the air with her dear friend Oprah Winfrey. The two television…

16 hours ago

Alice Cooper Proves He’s Alive With New Photo After Terrifying Death Hoax News

Alice Cooper fans went ballistic last weekend on noticing the “RIP Alice” phrase on their…

17 hours ago

Celine Dion Tears Up As She Promises Fans Another Performance Amid SPS Battle

Celine Dion is not giving up on her music career despite being diagnosed with Stiff…

18 hours ago

‘Wheel Of Fortune’ Fans Drool As Vanna White Shares Photo Of Handsome 30-Year-Old Son On His Birthday

Vanna White took to Instagram on June 10 to celebrate the birthday of her son,…

19 hours ago