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‘Beetlejuice Beetlejuice’ – Watch the Trailer for Tim Burton’s Sequel!

Almost 40 years after the original classic arrived in theaters, Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice Beetlejuice is on the way, and Warner Bros. has debuted the official teaser trailer today.

Watch the teaser trailer for Beetlejuice Beetlejuice below, which is short and sweet enough to get you excited for a return to the Neitherworld without spoiling a damn thing.

There’s only one thing we really need to know… THE JUICE IS LOOSE!

Here’s the official plot synopsis: “After an unexpected family tragedy, three generations of the Deetz family return home to Winter River. Still haunted by Beetlejuice, Lydia’s life is turned upside down when her rebellious teenage daughter, Astrid, discovers the mysterious model of the town in the attic and the portal to the Afterlife is accidentally opened. With trouble brewing in both realms, it’s only a matter of time until someone says Beetlejuice’s name three times and the mischievous demon returns to unleash his very own brand of mayhem.”

The upcoming sequel is said to be a real throwback to the hand-crafted days of the 1980s, with Tim Burton employing practical effects and classic stop motion as much as possible.

Keaton explained to People, “The one thing that [Tim Burton] and I decided on early, early, early on from the beginning, if we ever did it again, I was totally not interested in doing something where there was too much technology. It had to feel handmade.”

Beetlejuice Beetlejuice haunts theaters on September 6, 2024, and the cast features Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, Jenna Ortega, Willem Dafoe, and Monica Bellucci.

Jenna Ortega plays Astrid Deetz, the daughter of Winona Ryder’s Lydia Deetz.

“I don’t know how much I’m allowed to say, but I am Lydia Deetz’s daughter, so I’ll give that away,” Ortega recently told Vanity Fair. “She’s weird, but in a different way and not in the way you’d assume, I would say. The relationship between Lydia (Ryder) and Astrid, my character, is very important. And it’s also really strange because it’s a lot of catching up and putting the pieces together of what’s gone on in Lydia’s life since, which is nice, I think, for anybody who loves the character and is excited to see her again.”

Catherine O’Hara and Justin Theroux will also star in the upcoming sequel, with frequent Tim Burton collaborator Danny Elfman coming back to compose the film’s score.

Tim Burton directs from a screenplay by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar (Wednesday), story by Gough & Millar and Seth Grahame-Smith (The LEGO® Batman Movie), based on characters created by Michael McDowell & Larry Wilson.

The original classic was directed by Burton in 1988 and has become a cult favorite. It starred Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis as ghosts who haunt their old home. When a little girl (Winona Ryder) accidentally unleashes a mischievous ghost (Michael Keaton), the ghosts try to drive the homeowners (Catherine O’Hara and Jeffrey Jones) out of the house.

Originally Published Here.

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