Watch the ‘Beetlejuice 2’ trailer with Jenna Ortega and Michael Keaton

Enthusiasts of Tim Burton’s cult typical movie “Beetlejuice” are acquiring a distinctive deal with this slide. 30-six several years immediately after the release of the 1988 authentic, Burton has filmed a sequel — and Michael Keaton is again in the title function. Primarily based on the trailer, the abide by-up appears to be every little bit as kooky, humorous and horror-tinged as the very first a single. It’s set to hit theaters on Sept. 6.

The formal title is “Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice,” which is no doubt a nod to the way you summon the ghastly lead character. (One far more utterance of that term makes it a few situations, which is when Beetlejuice appears.)

Primary “Beetlejuice” solid members like Winona Ryder and Catherine O’Hara (who performed Lydia and Delia Deetz, respectively) are also returning. And there’s a new household member: Lydia’s daughter, Astrid, who is played by Jenna Ortega. She’s an apt decide, given that she’s by now played an additional comedy/horror heroine, Wednesday Addams, in the Tv demonstrate “Wednesday.”

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The primary “Beetlejuice” centered all-around a couple named Barbara (Geena Davis) and Adam Maitland (Alec Baldwin), who get rid of their life in a car or truck incident. Now they are ghosts haunting their aged house, and they’re unable to depart the premises when the insufferable new owners, the Deetz relatives, move in. They solicit assistance from the devilish Beetlejuice, who (comically) can make every little thing worse.

Given that Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin are not returning, we’re anticipating to study that they manufactured it out of the house, someway. But there are some other new solid members arriving, like Willem Dafoe as a cop and previous B-motion picture action star in the afterlife. Monica Bellucci (Burton’s serious-life love) will engage in Beetlejuice’s spouse, and Justin Theroux will engage in a mysterious character named Rory.

The sequel’s first-appear trailer presents a hint at what may well kick off the new story. Delia, Lydia and Astrid stand by a gravesite with somber faces — could the story open with the death of Delia’s spouse, Charles, played by Jeffrey Jones in the primary? EW asked Burton about the opening scene, and he skirted the dilemma, saying, “There’s anything that takes place that sets things in motion.”

In the instant we have been waiting for, Keaton seems as Beetlejuice at the close. Consider a search:

The white-robed choir at the funeral sings strains from Harry Belafonte’s “Day O,” summoning just one of the funniest scenes in the primary film. Although the trailer does not expose considerably, it does seem to be like the sequel will also put a silly spin on demise, which is what the initial did greatest.

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