In the latest trailer for “Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,” familiar faces Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder reunite for another round of supernatural mischief.


Prepare yourselves, because the iconic ghost with the most is making a comeback.

Warner Bros. Pictures dropped the first teaser trailer for the highly awaited sequel, “Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,” on Thursday. This follow-up to the 1988 Tim Burton classic, starring Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder, promises to reignite the magic of the original.

In just over a minute, the teaser captures the essence of the beloved first film. From the iconic tune of Harry Belafonte’s “Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)” to the haunting synth chords of Danny Elfman’s score, familiar elements abound. Viewers are transported back to iconic locations like the red-covered bridge and the whimsical model town hidden in the Maitland attic.

Ryder returns as Lydia, complete with her signature black bangs, alongside Catherine O’Hara reprising her role as Delia Deetz.

The teaser also introduces a new face to the cast, Jenna Ortega, seen cycling through town reminiscent of Lydia’s mother in the original film.

And of course, the trailer culminates in the grand entrance of Keaton’s mischievous Beetlejuice, rising from the model town with the iconic line, “The juice is loose!”

The original “Beetlejuice” was a darkly humorous and inventive tale that captivated audiences, launching both critical acclaim and commercial success. With Keaton, Ryder, Baldwin, and Davis leading the way, the film became a cultural phenomenon, spawning cartoons and even a Broadway musical.

The sequel has long been anticipated, with speculation swirling for years. Ryder, Burton, and Keaton have all expressed interest in returning to the beloved world of “Beetlejuice.”

Joining the cast for the sequel are Monica Bellucci, Justin Theroux, Arthur Conti from “House of the Dragon,” and Willem Dafoe.

“Beetlejuice Beetlejuice” is set to haunt theaters on September 6th, promising to deliver the same eerie charm that made the original a classic.


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