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‘Beetlejuice’ Composer Danny Elfman Says Michael Keaton is Still on Board for Sequel

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'Beetlejuice' Composer Danny Elfman Says Michael Keaton is Still on Board for Sequel

A sequel to Tim Burton‘s 1988 comedy horror classic Beetlejuice has been rumoured for years. And now in an interview with JOE, composer Danny Elfman says that Michael Keaton is still on board for Beetlejuice 2.

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Elfman on Keaton’s involvement: “A year ago, I saw Michael Keaton, and he mentioned ‘So, we’re doing Beetlejuice 2?’, and I said ‘Well, you’d know more than I do.’ And I’ve heard nothing about it since.

He continued: “Yeah, projects will be in development for quite a long time. So I think it is something that has been in development for a few years, but I don’t know where it is in that process. I’m always the last one to hear, believe me.

Finally, he added: “Often, I’ll hear about whatever movie Tim is doing, it is kinda funny, because he’ll call me and he’ll say ‘Danny, I’m doing such and such a film, would you like to come on board?’, and I’ll already have read about it in Variety two weeks earlier. So I’m not the first one to hear about things, let me put it that way.

Are you still up for a sequel to Burton’s Beetlejuice? Let us know your thoughts down in our comments section.

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