A first poster and a title for the sequel to Beetlejuice

A first poster and a title for the sequel to Beetlejuice

36 years of waiting… it’s endless!

Warner Bros. just announced the American release date of Beetlejuice2as well as its official title, via a rather clever teaser poster, which directly refers to the end of the original film of Tim Burtonreleased in 1988 in cinemas.

Remember: while the families of humans and ghosts celebrated their victory by dancing to the tune of “Jump in the Line” of Harry Bellafonte, the bio-exorcist played by Michael Keaton found himself stuck in an administrative death service. His waiting number being very distant, he tried to exchange it with that of his neighbor, and ended up with a shrunken head (!), the latter not having appreciated that he was trying to steal his ticket. call. “Well… maybe the girls will like it?”he said in conclusion.

The poster for the sequel Beetlejuice uses this same concept, by putting in the hand of the protagonist a ticket with an endless number, in the middle of which is hidden the release date of the film: go to cinemas from September 6, 2024 to see it on the big screen BeetlejuiceBeetlejuicehis full name (don’t repeat it a third time!). “The wait is almost over”this visual also tells us.

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