Unfortunately, the former Lydia Deetz didn't exactly have the deetz on the sequel from Tim Burton and writer Seth Grahame-Smith.
"You tell me — I don't know!" Ryder said. "I've heard from journalists, that's how I found out, but I'm seeing Tim next week, and I will let you know."
From what Burton has told us, he's waiting on a script, but won't do it without Michael Keaton.
"I'm trying to think about how that would work," Ryder said. "Obviously I'm not [the focal point]; it's got to be Michael. So is it happening?" she wondered. "It's being written, but is it happening? Tim hasn't confirmed it yet [officially]."
Are you on board for a "Beetlejuice" sequel?