The sequel to "Beetlejuice" is titled "Beetlejuice Beetlejuice," as revealed in a playful poster, and is set for release on September 6, 2024.

Tim Burton returns as director, and the sequel features the reprisal of iconic roles by Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, and Catherine O'Hara from the 1988 horror-comedy.

enna Ortega joins as Lydia Deetz's daughter, adding a new storyline dimension. Monica Bellucci and Willem Dafoe are also featured, with Dafoe portraying a distinctive role as a "police officer in the afterlife."

Following discussions and a prior unsuccessful attempt, the sequel started production in 2023. Despite disruptions from the SAG-AFTRA strike, filming successfully concluded in November 2023.

The film is scheduled for an early September release, aligning with Warner Bros.' successful history of box office hits during the same period, including "It" and "The Nun.

A Fandango survey of over 8,000 ticket-buyers ranks "Beetlejuice Beetlejuice" as the second most anticipated film of 2024, following Marvel's "Deadpool 3."

Director Tim Burton expressed gratitude on Instagram for the completion of filming after the SAG-AFTRA strike, noting that only a "day and a half" of filming remained when the strike occurred.

Fans eagerly await Tim Burton's iconic creation's return, anticipating a blend of nostalgia and new surprises in the long-awaited sequel.

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