While the sequel languishes away, it looks like "Beetlejuice" is heading to the bright lights of Broadway.
Despite varied reports over the years about a sequel to Tim Burton's 1988 hit, its star says he probably wouldn't be interested in doing it.
While Ryder says it would be great if a sequel was made, she does not yet know if a follow-up to the 1988 comedy is in the cards.
Despite reports to the contrary, director Tim Burton clarifies that "Beetlejuice 2" isn't a guarantee.
Updated! An earlier report about the status of the long-awaited sequel apparently was greatly exaggerated.
Lydia Deetz is indeed returning for the long-discussed sequel to Tim Burton's 1988 classic, but Winona Ryder says she doesn't know any more than that.
Michael Keaton says he's had very early talks with Tim Burton about Beetlejuice 2, and that "it looks like [Burton] is involved."