And no, we still don’t have any real news on the sequel.
Next year will be a big year for Beetlejuice, as the beloved Tim Burton film will turn the ripe old age of 30. The film was released on March 30th, 1988, which means we’re literally just about one year away from the big celebration. Of course, it needn’t be an anniversary to celebrate a film as awesome as Beetlejuice. So ya know what? We’re not waiting. Waiting sucks.
Over on Imgur this week, one fan (redditmason) put together a 34-image gallery of behind the scenes shots from the set of Beetlejuice, most of which I personally had never seen. Granted, many of these photographs have been floating around the net for a while now, but we just figured you could use a smile today. After all, it’s Monday. And Mondays, like waiting, totally suck.
The behind the scenes images showcase how some of the film’s iconic special effects were pulled off, but it’s the photos of the cast and crew (including Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder and Alec Baldwin) goofing around on set that really brought a smile to my face. Check out the full gallery below, and view some freshly unearthed Beetlejuice workprint scenes while you’re at it!