Beetlejuice will be showing again in theaters next year, regardless of whether you say his name three times.
According to Warner Bros.’s announcement, “Beetlejuice 2” will hit theaters on September 6, 2024. It opens on the same day as Mahershala Ali’s comic book adventure Marvel’s “Blade.” In any case, there’s very little right now set on the delivery schedule in the encompassing weeks. Warner Brothers. has handled hits over Work Day few days of years past with “It” and the spin-off “It: Section 2,” as well as “The Pious devotee.”
The sequel to Tim Burton’s 1988 film about a persistent poltergeist has little information available, but the director is returning with Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice and Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz. Jenna Ortega, the star of “Wednesday,” will play Ryder’s daughter, and Justin Theroux will play a role that hasn’t been revealed yet. Creation is supposed to begin in London on May 10.
Brad Pitt’s Arrangement B is creating “Beetlejuice 2.” The screenplay was written by Miles Millar and Alfred Gough, who collaborated with Burton on “Wednesday.”
In the first film, a recently divorced couple (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis) are impossibly irritated by the new family that moved into their home. The parents are Catherine O’Hara and Jeffrey Jones, and Ryder plays their teen daughter. So they get in touch with Beetlejuice, a sinister ghost from the Netherworld, who says she will help them kill the new people who have moved into the house.
A critical and commercial success, “Beetlejuice” inspired a Tony-nominated stage musical. It made $74.7 million. Following a four-year run, which was intruded on by the pandemic, the show shut on Broadway in January.