While the sequel languishes away, it looks like "Beetlejuice" is heading to the bright lights of Broadway.
Eva Green, Asa Butterfield and Samuel L. Jackson star in the latest promo for director Tim Burton's adaptation of the bestselling fantasy novel.
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.
Tim Burton brings the world of Ransom Riggs' novel to life in the second trailer for the upcoming fantasy film.
A new video trumpets the Monday debut of the second trailer for Tim Burton's adaptation of the bestselling fantasy novel by Ransom Riggs.
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.
In the name of journalism, SPINOFF sent one of our own to Beetle House, so we might all get a taste of Manhattan's maddest new sensation.
Despite reports to the contrary, director Tim Burton clarifies that "Beetlejuice 2" isn't a guarantee.
Guests of Beetle House can sip a Fleet Street Martini before chowing down on Edward Burger Hands, made "from 100% innocent humans captured wild on the streets of NYC."
The legendary actor passed on a chance at the generation-defining superhero film because he couldn't wrap his head around it.
"Alice" characters are both de-aged and aged-up in the latest round of "Through the Looking Glass" posters.
The actress spoke with CBR News about taking her character to sea in Season Two, where she'll tangle with both zombies and fellow survivors.
Tim Burton's adaptation of the bestselling novel takes flight with a trailer that introduces Miss Peregrine's orphanage, and its unusual residents.
Updated! An earlier report about the status of the long-awaited sequel apparently was greatly exaggerated.
Joe Quinones shares art from a rejected pitch for a miniseries that would've expanded on Tim Burton's Batman universe.
Eva Green, Asa Butterfield and Judi Dench are featured in the first images from the Fox adaptation of the bestselling novel.
Discover whether Batman's love interest Vicki Vale was originally going to be killed by the Joker in Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster.
In a series of posters, an artist imagines what some of Disney's animated classics might look like if they'd been directed by Tim Burton.