While there are no new updates regarding the rumored Beetlejuice sequel that is a collaboration between the film’s original director Tim Burton with his new bro-ish protégé, Seth Grahame-Smith, it’s safe to assume that it’s still a go, considering a decade-late sequel would be rather apropos for Burton these days. Smith, on the other hand, has mastered the tactic of combining historical tales with the absurd, so it’ll be fun to see how Beetlejuice fits with the Spanish Inquisition.
In the meantime, super fans of the original film like myself and that guy who runs the world’s largest Beetlejuice museum from his home could use a little pick-me-up, and fortunately YouTube users Rivergrl21 and Nuropsych1 have just what we need. Using their XBOX 360 in “creative mode” (I have no clue what that means), the duo spent the last two months developing a Beetlejuice roller coaster in Minecraft.
Warning: After watching this amazing video, you might become instantly depressed that this coaster doesn’t actually exist.