The long-awaited sequel to Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice has finally revealed its official title and a captivating new poster. Get ready, because the wait is nearly over!

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In November 2023, acclaimed filmmaker Tim Burton confirmed that the long-awaited ‘Beetlejuice’ sequel, titled ‘Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,’ had completed its filming. This exciting news was met with great anticipation from fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the release of this highly anticipated movie sequel.

Recently, Warner Bros. Pictures unveiled a new poster for ‘Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,’ providing fans with a glimpse of what’s to come. The poster features a pair of hands holding a roll of white ribbon adorned with numbers. In the center of the poster, bold green text reveals the film’s release date as September 6, indicated by the numbers “09,06,24.”

Alongside the poster reveal, Warner Bros. wrote, “Dare you to say it again,” adding to the excitement and intrigue surrounding the film. The decision to retain the original title for the sequel, ‘Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,’ pays homage to the iconic title character portrayed by Michael Keaton in the 1988 classic. Keaton, along with Winona Ryder and Catherine O’Hara, will be reprising their roles in the sequel.

Filmmaker Tim Burton, who is known for his unique and imaginative style, took to Instagram in November to share the news of the film’s completion. He expressed his gratitude to everyone involved in the project and highlighted his intention to return to the essence of the original film by working with talented actors and puppets.

The filming of ‘Beetlejuice Beetlejuice’ initially began in London in May 2023 but faced delays due to a strike by the Screen Actors Guild in July. However, with the strike resolved and the film now in its final stages, fans can look forward to experiencing the magic and charm of the ‘Beetlejuice’ universe once again.


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