Beetlejuice Times 26

Back in 1988, Tim Burton directed a little film that would change the way we sang a certain Harry Belafonte song FOREVER.


Today, the folks over at Bleeding Cool ran a story that could change our very LIVES.  You’ll just have to say Beetlejuice twenty-six times, instead of three.  That’s right.  Someone wants to make a DIRECT SEQUEL to Beetlejuice and have MICHAEL KEATON AS BEETLEJUICE!  I’m sorry to use caps so much, but I’m basically screaming at you at this point.  Do you REALIZE what this MEANS?  It’s means JEFFREY FUCKING JONES MIGHT GET TO BE IN ANOTHER MOVIE!

Story link and poor taste picture after the jump!

"Hey kid, you got any pictures of Jeffrey Jones?"

http://www.bleedingcool.com/2011/10/27/beetlejuice-sequel-to-star-michael-keaton-in-true-continuation-26-years-later/

The sad thing is, Glenn Shadix, the guy that played Otho, the stereotypically gay designer, is dead.  BUT… Dick Cavett isn’t.  Maybe what all this really means is that if Keaton agrees to do it, it’ll push him into sequel mode and toward Mr. Mom II: Back In The Apron, which is actually what we all want, right?  Just for Terri Garr’s sake?  Come on!

–Murdock 

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About tmichaelmurdock

I watch movies and make movies. I'm a published fantasy novelist and video game freelance writer. I will be an avid SW:TOR player. I've written reviews for Ain't It Cool News under the moniker of Constable Kreegal. I ran a website called "Do Producers Dream of Celluloid Sheep". I run 619 Productions, LLC. I'm a Virgo. I use an HTC Evo because iPhones are lame. My favorite band is Counting Crows. I've seen more movies than you have. If sarcasm isn't your thing, you probably won't like me. I'm ok with that, even though it's your fault. The best advice my father ever gave me was, "Never let the truth get in the way of a good story". Stop reading this now and go check out the blog. It's way cooler than either of us.

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