With the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton's classic here, what better way to rejoice than with a huge hated sandworm?
Waiting for word from the afterlife of Beetlejuice 2's progress? Here's a hint we'll all enjoy like a Zag-Nut bar.
Ghosts, monsters, Michael Keaton and Tim Burton. What's not to love?
Whether on TV or in real life, not all haunted houses are bad. All ghosts aren't evil and all vampires aren't ruthless bloodsuckers. Every Halloween, we get our kicks by visiting the most terrifying mansions and mazes. But isn't it time to switch it up? What if we embraced those horror elements as fun instead of fearful?
Will a sequel to Tim Burton's Beetlejuice ever get made? A new film is supposedly in the works with Burton and Winona Ryder open to returning. But before we jump for joy, we've just got word from the director regarding Beetlejuice, round two.
Since it seems like Tim Burton can't do anything without Johnny Depp, the next chapter in the Beetlejuice story will allegedly feature his frequent collaborator in a key role. But who will the Dark Shadows star play?
It's hard to believe that it's been 24 years since the original Beetlejuice film was released. But judging by the latest comments from the proposed sequel's director, we won't have to wait much longer to see Michael Keaton back in action as our favorite weirdo ghost.
Tonight's episode of Syfy's Face Off (at 10/9C) sees the remaining contestants competing to transform ordinary actors into horrific "Burton-esque" creations. (After all, it takes a lot of excellent makeup to keep audiences from noticing it's Johnny Depp again and again.)
Once, twice, three times' a charm. Back in October, we gave you two scoops on a new Beetlejuice movie Warner Bros. was developing with screenwriter/author Seth Grahame-Smith and it seems the creative wheels are whirling. Can it happen fast enough?
Scanning through this supercut of all of Tim Burton's films—from Pee Wee's Big Adventure through Alice in Wonderland and everything in-between—two things become abundantly clear: He's got an instantly identifiable look and he really loves Johnny Depp.