Beetlejuice 2 Unleashes Spooky Graveyard in Set Photos

Beetlejuice 2 Unleashes Spooky Graveyard in Set Photos

New behind the scenes photos from Beetlejuice 2 showcase a creepy graveyard set, hinting at a return to the iconic location After decades of anticipation, the sequel to the beloved 1988 Tim Burton film is finally in production and set to be released on September 6, 2024

New behind-the-scenes photos from the highly anticipated sequel to the 1988 Tim Burton classic, Beetlejuice, have been released, teasing a haunting graveyard set. The long-awaited project, which has been in development for several decades, officially began filming earlier this month after it was reported in February 2022 that it was finally happening. Fans of the original film can mark their calendars for September 6, 2024, as this is when Beetlejuice 2 is expected to hit theaters. The photos, which were posted on Twitter by Mad Monster, depict a chilling crypt and a lone white church, giving fans a glimpse into the eerie world of the iconic film.

The upcoming Beetlejuice 2 film is currently in production in Buckinghamshire, UK. According to reports, the movie's working title is "Blue Hawaii," which is a nod to the previously failed sequel, Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian. Fans can expect the return of the iconic character, Beetlejuice, in this highly anticipated film.

The church in the picture bears a striking resemblance to the iconic Beetlejuice church, which is a significant landmark in Winter River and a crucial part of Adam's (Alec Baldwin) model of the town. While the exact plot of the sequel remains a mystery, it has been confirmed that Beetlejuice 2 will take place a few years after the events of the original movie. Fans will be delighted to know that Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, and Catherine O'Hara will be reprising their roles from the first film, and Jenna Ortega from Wednesday will be playing the role of Lydia Deetz's daughter.

In May, Justin Theroux and William Dafoe joined the cast of the highly-anticipated Beetlejuice 2 film. Dafoe is set to play an afterlife law enforcement officer, while Monica Bellucci will be portraying Betelgeuse's wife. Adding to the excitement, Beetlejuice composer Danny Elfman has returned to the creative team. Although filming has just begun, concrete details about the project remain scarce.

Despite initial concerns from fans that the sequel may not capture the same essence as Burton's first film, newly released pictures of a grown-up Lydia Deetz in full gothic attire have emerged online, indicating that Beetlejuice 2 is shaping up to be a true Burton fan's dream.