Michael Keaton has joined his Beetlejuice co-star Geena Davis in calling on movie bosses to commission a sequel - insisting he would reprise his role "in a heartbeat".
Rumours of a possible follow-up to Tim Burton's ghoulish 1988 comedy have been swirling around Hollywood for several years, but the speculation stepped up after Davis recently admitted she would be happy to sign up.
Now Keaton has also lodged his support for a sequel - because he would "love" to reprise his title role as the kooky ghost.
He tells MovieHole.net, "Oh I'd do that in a heartbeat. Absolutely, that's the one thing I'd love to do again. That's the only one I'd love to do."