The sequel to 1988's Beetlejuice is moving forward with a new name in place to pen the film's script.
Deadline goes on to explain that Burton is now filming Dumbo with Michael Keaton, star of the original Beetlejuice, and the two seem "excited at the thought of collaborating on a sequel", but makes a point to say that neither are officially signed on to make the damn thing.
Vukadinovich's most recent film work is Rememory, a science-fiction drama that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and was acquired by Lionsgate. It was also rumored a year ago that Johnny Depp could replace Michael Keaton in the title role. Vukadinovich also wrote the upcoming Disney film Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, based on the Disneyland ride. They are now shooting the live action Dumbo for Disney together, with Keaton starring as V.A. Vandemere, the ruthless circus ringleader who want to exploit Dumbo. And who knows, their collaboration in that project could be what it takes to get audiences interested in seeing the two work on another Beetlejuice movie. "It's not a kind of a movie that cries out (for a sequel), it's not the Beetlejuice trilogy". And so I have to hope that Burton and Keaton do come back to do it, because if it has to happen sooner or later, they may as well do it right. Does he have what it takes to bring our favorite ghost back from the dead?
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Three killed in skydiving accident in Australia
Operations of skydives have been suspended while the authorities conduct their investigation. "It wasn't good to watch". Mission Beach is a popular skydiving destination in Queensland, lying just south of the city of Cairns .