Filmmaker Tim Burton confirmed in November 2023 that the 'Beetlejuice' sequel, titled 'Beetlejuice Beetlejuice,' had finished filming
One of the year's most anticipated movie sequels finally has a title.
Warner Bros. Pictures on Thursday shared a new poster for Beetlejuice Beetlejuice to X, revealing the sequel to Tim Burton's 1988 classic will simply double up on its original title. The poster itself shows a pair of hands holding a roll of white ribbon bearing numbers. Centered in the poster is green text reading "09,06,24," indicating the film's Sept. 6 release date.
"Dare you to say it again," the company wrote alongside the poster reveal.
The film's new title, Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, is a reference to its title character. Michael Keaton portrayed Beetlejuice in the original 1988 film as a green-haired, boisterous ghost from the world of the dead who appears if someone says his name three times in a row. Keaton, 72, is on board again for the sequel, as well as Winona Ryder, who will reprise her role as Lydia Deetz, and Catherine O'Hara, who played Delia Deetz.
Filmmaker Burton, 65, previously confirmed the movie had finalized fiilming in an Instagram post he shared back in November. The movie initially began filming in London in May 2023 and was delayed for multiple months after the Screen Actors Guild went on strike in July.
"Just finished shooting Beetlejuice," Burton wrote on Instagram Nov. 30, alongside a photo of himself sitting on a couch on the movie's set. "Thank you to everyone involved."
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Before SAG-AFTRA reached a deal to end the strike in November, Burton shared in a September interview with The Independent that the film was "99 percent done." He also said at the time that he "tried to strip everything and go back to the basics of working with good people and actors and puppets" for the sequel.
"It was kind of like going back to why I liked making movies," he told the outlet.
When O'Hara, 69, spoke with PEOPLE recently about the film, she said she has "a little two person moment with Michael as Beetlejuice" in the upcoming movie.
"I'd been in the first movie in group scenes with Michael, but in this, I had an actual moment where the two of us just," she said. "And it was just so crazy and thrilling, really to just be face-to-face with Beetlejuice.”
“He looks the same,” she jokes of Keaton's character. “Beetlejuice has aged very well.”
Beetlejuice Beetlejuice hits movie theaters Sept. 6.
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