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Michael Keaton confirms the practical effects of the sequel

Tim Burton Beetlejuice It was released back in 1988, and there have been rumors for years of a sequel. Now, the movie is finally in the works with Burton returning alongside Michael Keaton as the titular character and Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz. The sequel will also feature the return of Kathryn O’Hara as Delia Dietz as well as franchise newcomers Gina Ortega, Willem Dafoe, Justin Theroux, and Monica Bellucci. Fans have already gotten a glimpse of some stills from the production, and several of Burton’s longtime collaborators are working on the movie. In fact, it looks like the new movie will look and feel just like the original. Keaton recently spoke with empire And it raised some practical effects.

“Beetlejuice is the most fun you can have at work,” Keaton shared. “It’s so much fun, it’s so cool. And you know what it is? We do it just like we did the first movie… There’s a woman in a big afterlife waiting room literally with fishing line—I want people to know this because I love it—pulling on a cat’s tail to make it move.” “.

Keaton added,[Burton] And I’ve been talking about it for years and years, never telling anyone. I said, “If it happens, first of all, we said we do it a few times. We both agreed, if it happens, it should be done as close as possible to the way we made it the first time. Making things, making things, improvising and cheering, But handmade stuff is literally like people making things with their hands and building something. F*ckin’ great. It’s the most fun I’ve worked on a movie in, and I can’t tell you how long.”

This week Danny Elfman celebrated his 70th birthday, but the Oscar-nominated composer isn’t slowing down. The composer, who has worked on several projects with Elfman over the years, recently hinted that he’d be back on Beetlejuice sequel. Elfman shared the information with Delivery timewhile also noting the port that the script is expected to be written by WednesdayAlfred Goff and Miles Millar.

Elfman shared with Delivery time Regarding collaboration with Burton on both Wednesday and the Beetlejuice sequel. “It’s so exciting, to be back in that world.”

When asked how Keaton could come back, Elfman noted, “I said, ‘It wouldn’t look much different. ‘” This is the beauty of Beetlejuice makeup. He already looked like he was 150 years old the first time around. And he added, “It’s perfect, you know? Everyone gets to play The Next Generation, except for Michael. I mean, he’s still very fit and really active. And with Beetlejuice makeup, I can’t even imagine it going to look like she practically changed at all. So, I can’t wait for that to happen.”

Stay tuned for more updates about Beetlejuice sequel.

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