First teaser trailer for Beetlejuice Beetlejuice with Michael Keaton and Jenna Ortega drops

    The teaser trailer offers a tantalizing glimpse into the supernatural world, promising a mix of spooky thrills and comedic charm.

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    Get ready to revisit the ghostly delights of Beetlejuice with the release of the sequel's teaser trailer! Directed by Tim Burton, the film reunites Winona Ryder, Catherine O’Hara, and the iconic Michael Keaton as the charismatic and irreverent Beetlejuice.

    In the 1-minute, 16-second teaser, Michael Keaton's Beetlejuice emerges from a miniature town in the attic, surprising Lydia (played by Winona Ryder) with the proclamation, "The Juice is loose." It's the only line of dialogue in the teaser, but it packs a punch, hinting at the mischievous antics to come.

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    Meet the Additions to the Beetlejuice Sequel

    Jenna Ortega, Willem Dafoe, Justin Theroux, Arthur Conti, and Monica Bellucci join the cast for the sequel. Lydia finds herself still grappling with the specter of Beetlejuice, but her world takes a chaotic turn when her rebellious teenage daughter, Astrid (played by Ortega), stumbles upon a mysterious model of their town in the attic, inadvertently opening a portal to the Afterlife.

    As trouble brews in both realms, it's only a matter of time before Beetlejuice's name is uttered three times, beckoning the mischievous demon back to unleash his unique brand of havoc.

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    Insights into the Beetlejuice Sequel

    Earlier this month, Keaton shared in an interview his excitement for the sequel, describing it as "beautiful" and noting how it evoked the original's originality and visual impact, even stirring up emotional responses. Ortega, glimpsed briefly in the teaser, is seen riding her bike over the town’s iconic wooden covered bridge, a nostalgic callback to the first film's memorable scenes.

    Jenna Ortega dropped hints about the sequel, suggesting that it delves into catching up and piecing together Lydia's life since the original film—an element she found to be a thoughtful addition that fans of the original can eagerly anticipate.

    So mark your calendars, Beetlejuice Beetlejuice is set to haunt theaters worldwide on September 6, 2024.