A follow-up to the 1988 film. The new film is planned as a continuation of the original and not as a reboot. Directed by Tim Burton, the original starred Michael Keaton as the titular Beetlejuice, a “bio-exorcist” (a ghost who removes humans), who is unwittingly employed by a newly-deceased couple (played by Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis) to frighten away the family that has just moved into their would-be home. Winona Ryder starred as the daughter of the family in her breakout role. While the original film spawned a lesser-known animated series, a sequel was planned in the early ’90s with the title “Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian.” Burton had planned to return as director, but the project failed to develop beyond an initial screenplay. But After 27 years, the long-awaited follow-up to Beetlejuice may soon be released, according to Tim Burton. While the director wouldn’t call it a comeback, he also wouldn’t call it a sequel either. While promoting his new film, Big Eyes, Burton updated Yahoo Movies on the status of the next film about the Ghost with the Most. Uuumm But look out for A part 2 to BeetleJuice sounds good, Would you watch it tell us yes or no?