‘Beetlejuice 2’ Nears Completion Less Than 48 Hours of Filming Left

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Tim Burton and Micheal Keaton’s highly anticipated sequel, “Beetlejuice 2,” unfortunately faced an unexpected hurdle during production. Just when they were nearing the completion of filming, the SAG-AFTRA strike caused a sudden halt, leaving only a day and a half of shooting remaining. This unfortunate turn of events put the production on indefinite hold. Despite this setback, it’s important to note that Warner Bros’ commitment to the film remained steadfast as they had already started filming in London back in May, amidst another industry strike – the WGA strike.

“I feel grateful we got what we got,” Burton told The Independent in a recent interview. “Literally, it was a day and a half. We know what we have to do. It is 99 per cent done.”

The director expressed genuine pleasure when discussing their experience working on Beetlejuice 2, highlighting the rarity of actually enjoying the process of creating a big Hollywood blockbuster. It’s refreshing to find a project that brings so much satisfaction and enjoyment. “I tried to strip everything and go back to the basics of working with good people and actors and puppets. It was kind of like going back to why I liked making movies.”

Get ready for the highly anticipated sequel, “Beetlejuice 2”! Fans of the beloved 1998 cult classic can rejoice as Michael Keaton returns to reprise his iconic role. Joining him are familiar faces such as Winona Ryder and Catherine O’Hara, making this a reunion you won’t want to miss. Prepare for another fantastical adventure with the same quirky charm that made the original film so beloved. The highly anticipated “Beetlejuice 2” welcomes a fresh cast, including the talented Jenna Ortega from Burton’s “Wednesday,” alongside celebrated actors Willem Dafoe, Monica Bellucci, and Justin Theroux. Director Tim Burton himself has expressed his commitment to incorporating practical effects on set, ensuring an authentic and immersive experience for fans of the franchise.

“Beetlejuice is an incredibly enjoyable project to work on,” expressed Keaton with enthusiasm. “It’s packed with fun and greatness. What’s even better is that we’re approaching it exactly like we did the first movie, ensuring a seamless continuation of the magic.” Imagine this captivating scene: in the grand waiting room of the afterlife, a woman stands with an enchanting fishing line. With her genuine love for this spectacle, she gently tugs on the tail of a cat, orchestrating its graceful movement. It’s a truly marvelous sight that deserves to be shared with others.

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