Is Seth Grahame-Smith’s Script For The Beetlejuice Sequel Finished?

When news broke early last year that Warner Bros. had plans for a Beetlejuice sequel with original director Tim Burton on board, the internet, in an orderly and timely fashion, did what it usually does when a sequel is announced. It went nuts. How dare the beloved Betelgeuse be dredged from the deep and subjected to another outing? Nothing new, really.

This morning, screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith, responsible for previous Burton collaborations Dark Shadows and Night Of The Living, posted an enigmatic teaser via Twitter. A Beetlejuice figure standing in front of a computer screen with the caption “It’s showtime…” was posted this morning, leading expectant fans to surmise that he’s finished his first draft. You can check out the photo below.

Before you start planning a Beetlejuice party wherein you try and scare people out of their houses by wearing white sheets, this news follows earlier reports in January from a cautious Burton.
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