The spin-off of 1988’s Beetlejuice is pushing ahead with another name set up to pen the film’s content. Beetlejuice 2 will be re-composed by Mike Vukadinovich.
The venture has been in and out of the works for quite a while, expecting to rejoin Beetlejuice director Tim Burton with Michael Keaton. Keaton has as of late redone his profession with hits including Birdman and Spider-Man: Homecoming. While Keaton and Burton are not authoritatively marked on to the film yet, they are both at take a shot at Disney’s Dumbo motion picture, and are eager to work together by and by on the Beetlejuice continuation.
The new writer, Vukadinovich, has most as of late chipped away at Rememory. The science fiction flick debuted at Sundance Film Festival recently before being obtained by Lionsgate, with Peter Dinklage and Julie Ormond featuring in it.