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Directed by Tim Burton, Ghosts Have Fun was a popular 1988 film that mixes horror, comedy and fantasy. Michael Keaton, the protagonist of the film, seems to be very interested in participating in a sequel, but everything is still very uncertain.
The commenter is Danny Elfman, composer of the soundtrack of the original feature, in a recent interview with the JOE portal. On the website, Elfman says that although he is close to Tim Burton, working alongside him on numerous projects, the director has not yet talked about the sequence with him.
Elfman reveals, “Strangely, he didn’t mention it to me. A year ago, I saw Michael Keaton and he said, ‘So, are we really going to make Ghosts Have Fun 2?’, And I said, ‘Well, you must know more than that I.’ and I haven’t heard anything about it since. “
However, he makes it clear that he believes the film should happen, at one time or another. “Projects are in development for a long time. So, I think it’s something that has been in development for a few years, but I don’t know where it is in the process. I’m always the last to know, believe me.”
He continues: “I often hear about any film that Tim is making, it’s kind of funny, because he calls me and says’ Danny, I’m making this and that film, would you like to participate ?, and I will have read about it on Variety two weeks before, so I’m not the first to know things, let me put it that way.
If it does happen, we already know that we can count on Michael Keaton back to the main role.
In the meantime, read more about The Ghosts Have Fun at Cinema10.