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Trailer Out For Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, Jenna Ortega Looks Phenomenal

Trailer Out For Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, Jenna Ortega Looks Phenomenal

The horror and witty humor of 1988’s film Beetlejuice is all set to return to your screens with its much-anticipated sequel. The trailer for Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, the second part of the cult classic movie, was dropped by Warner Bros. on March 22, 2024. 

Video by Warner Bros. Pictures

Directed by Tim Burton, the upcoming movie features none other than our very own Batman, Michael Keaton, who appeared in the first installment as Betelgeuse (pronounced “Beetlejuice”).

Fans are expected to see many actors from the previous part, including Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz and Catherine O’Hara as Delia Deetz. Joining them will be Netflix’s Wednesday Addams, none other than Jenna Ortega. She will join the franchise as a part of the Deetz household and will play the character of Astrid Deetz. 

One can also not miss that the upcoming movie is brought to life by screenwriters Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. Notably, they were also the creators of Netflix’s Wednesday, which made Jenna Ortega a sweetheart in millions of hearts. 

The aforementioned star expressed her excitement about being cast in the sequel to one of her favorite movies in an interview with Vanity Fair last month. She recalled how she saw the movie for the first time while visiting a friend’s house. The actress revealed that she recognized the lead characters before she even watched the movie, as it had an unimaginable craze back then. 

Further, when she was asked how she feels about becoming a part of the franchise, which has the potential to make an entire generation its fans, Jenna seemed quite optimistic. She said,

I feel like studios nowadays, of course they want people in seats and you’ve got to do reboots or sequels or things like that to get people entwined, but to bring Beetlejuice back—of all of the stories—is so good because people need to revisit weird, strange, off-putting stories again.

The 21-year-old actress added,

We need to introduce the younger generation that’s always on the phone to new artistic and creative ideas. The weirder you get with it, the more people you can get to see it, I think will probably do a lot for film in general.

The movie Beetlejuice Beetlejuice is set to make its debut in theaters on September 6, 2024. 

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