Tim Burton walks his through his amazing filmography including stories about 'Batman,' 'Edward Scissorshands,' and 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'
tim burton on beetlejuice sequel More than a quarter century has passed since cinema’s most famous bio-exorcist showed his ugly face on the big screen, but our long wait for a followup to Beetlejuice — Tim Burton’s 1988 supernatural comedy — may soon be over. Burton, whose new film Big Eyes hits theaters on Dec. 25, tells Yahoo Movies that he misses the character (and working with star Michael Keaton) and hints there may be some new afterlife adventures on the horizon. Related: How Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’ Changed the Way Summer Movies Are Sold "There’s a script now, that I think is closer to what it could be and I’m excited about it," the director said, referring to a screenplay byAbraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter author Seth Grahame-Smith. “I wouldn’t call it so much a sequel, but it’ll have some characters.
'Big Eyes' is not only the name of Tim Burton’s upcoming biopic starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz; it’s also the title of Lana Del Rey’s latest song, exclusively on Yahoo Movies.
One of the obvious benefits to making a biopic about a famous painter: getting to use that artist’s work for your movie poster. There’s no mistaking the distinct creations of Margaret Keane, whose oil paintings are characterized by waifs with oversized, doughy-dark eyeballs. Early buzz around this drama, which focuses on the life of Keane (Amy Adams) and her husband, Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz), who for many years claimed credit for her work, is that it marks macabre master Tim Burton’s “most normal” or “least weird” film in years.
Long presumed lost, the director's 1982 short film — an unsettling version of the classic fairy tale — has recently resurfaced online.