Update: Well, whether you thought the Beetlejuice sequel finally happening was too good to be true or not, it’s not true. The source that claimed to speak to Burton is a lying liar, as confirmed by MTV, meaning the sequel continues to languish is cinematic purgatory. As my original article postulated, maybe this is…
There’s nothing more fun than looking at paintings and other artworks showing our favorite characters from science fiction. Except maybe... when they’re paintings on black velvet? Meet Bruce White, who depicts your favorite characters with the vibrance and luster of velvet Elvises.
Watch Saturday Night Live ask Michael Keaton to play Batman and Beetlejuce because, let's be honest, every time you see Keaton all you can think is, "I'm Batman" and/or "It's Showtime!" So this whole opening monologue song makes perfect sense.
The more we hear about the possible Beetlejuice sequel, the more we can't help but get excited in spite of all the dread. And now it sounds like Burton and company are keen on getting the Beetlejuice band back together, and that includes Lydia Deetz.
Come for Batman, the Joker, Catwoman, and Robin lip-synching to "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)," stay for the inevitable Michael Keaton joke.
There is nothing better than singing in a movie. Nothing. But what is the very best, "holy shit my hair is on fire" show-stopping musical number to ever exist on film?
Winona Ryder just spilled the beans that she probably going to return as the great Lydia Deetz for Beetlejuice 2. Okay, she didn't outright SAY that, but the implication is there, and it is awesome. Three important questions remain: What is Lydia Deetz up to now? What is she wearing? And where can I buy it?
When an actor takes on a huge, break-out role, he or she runs a huge risk of getting typecast. This is what leads to things like Leonard Nimoy writing I Am Not Spock. But occasionally, an actor won't just play one iconic, famous character – they'll play two, or three. Here's a list of the genre actors who were either…
To celebrate the spookiest director's 55th birthday, Cakenweenie has collaborated with 100 different culinary artists to build a giant blog of Burton Cakes. They're crazy clever. Here are a few of our favorites!
So many aliens, you guys. Extra-terrestrials are dominating this week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases, and they’re not all good. Honestly, the only nice one is the Doctor, and since he mostly abducts hot young Earth women, even that’s arguable.
Weddings are magical and transformative — except when you're being forced to marry someone against your will. Just the other day one of our favorite shows featured a shotgun wedding. To celebrate, here's our collection of scenes where an unwilling bride or groom is tying the knot. With no recent spoilers.
Artist kishokahime combines the movie and TV heroines she loved as a child with her even deeper love for Art Nouveau to create a series of striking portraits ornamented with details from each lady's respective medium.
Iron Man 3casts yet another hot scientist. Joss Whedon is all about Avengers' fabulous costumes. Charlie Kaufman is adapting a classic young-adult dystopian novel. Hugh Grant plays six characters in Cloud Atlas. And deaths abound on television (and not just Game of Thrones)!
The next season of True Blood may reveal the origins of a fan favorite character. The newly cast Richard Schiff talks playing Dr. Hamilton in Man of Steel. Plus new images for Amazing Spider-Man, Hunger Games, and much more!
While out beloved Community continues to circle the network drain of uncertainty, here's just one more reason why we will tirelessly support this amazing series. They've been secretly conjuring up Beetlejuice over the years. Watch the clips from "Communication Studies," "Cooperative Calligraphy," and "Horror Fiction…
Tim Burton's Beetlejuice is one of the world's most perfect movies, but does it really need an additional installment? Pride and Prejudice and Zombies author Seth Grahame-Smith apparently thinks so, and he's developing a new version with his producing partner David Katzenberg (son of Jeff). The new Beetlejuice film,…
Gallery 1988's latest pop culture-themed art show takes us back to the 1980s, with artistic explorations of Beetlejuice, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and Back to the Future. It's called, appropriate, the "3B" show.
If your mansion house needs haunting, just call Russell Brand! Warner Brothers and Brand are taking on the British kiddie series about renting spirits from the netherworld, RentaGhost, and rebooting it for American cinema.