This is a follow-up to the comedy Beetlejuice (1988), about a ghost who's recruited to help haunt a house.
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Movie posters featuring Keaton and Ryder popped up in the internet a couple of years ago fanning fans' hopes that the movie was in production. But they aren't official. According to website Inquisitr, the posters were created by professional graphic designer Alex Murillo. Murillo did not create these posters to perpetuate a hoax. He actually first made the art back in August, 2016, as a tribute to the series when the Beetlejuice 2 movie was thought to be confirmed to be in pre-production with director Tim Burton back at the helm. In March of 2016, Entertainment Weekly had reported that this early "information was based on fabricated comments from the director" but that didn't stop Murillo. See more