CATEGORIES Movie NewsIf we say Michael Keaton's name three times, will we summon him back into the limelight? It's been exactly 25 years since we learned how to bring forth the undead (or send them back to limbo) by watching Keaton's "Beetlejuice" (released on March 30, 1988), and the hilarious ghostly comedy has enjoyed a long afterlife.
It became a cult hit and a long-running Saturday morning cartoon, and it boosted to the next level the careers of nearly everyone involved. A quarter-century later, however, some of the Beetlejuicers have continued to prosper, while others, notably Keaton, seem to have vanished into movie purgatory. Here's what became of them.
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