It's been nearly thirty years since Beetlejuice was released in cinemas and a sequel is still in the works until today.
Beetlejuice debuted back in 1988 also starring Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis as ghosts who unleashed Beetlejuice in order to get rid of a family now living in their house.
Despite the fact that sequels this belated don't make the most sense under the very best of circumstances, let alone when one features characters who are dead and therefore shouldn't be aging anymore, there are still plans to get Beetlejuice 2 made with both Michael Keaton and Tim Burton.
Tim Burton and Michael Keaton are said to be excited for the sequel, although no deals are anywhere near done just yet, in the meantime their attention is on Dumbo at Disney. Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg will produce the sequel.
Mike Vukadinovich (Rememory) is the latest writer to be handed a copy of The Handbook for the Recently Deceased in an attempt to conjure Beetlejuice 2 into reality. It gained a cult following years after.
The film also spawned a video game adaptation for the Nintendo Entertainment System and an animated television series that ran for 94 episodes and spanned four seasons from September 9, 1989 to December 6, 1991.
The sequel has been on development since 1990 and it was called Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian but it didn't move since then.
There's no release date set. We'll keep you updates for any news regarding this.
Director Tim made it clear in the past he will not move forward with "Beetlejuice 2" until the storyline is absolutely flawless.