Don’t laugh, but “Beetlejuice” is one of my favorite movies of all time. It’s got everything, and by everything I mean humor, horror, and Alec Baldwin. The film is fundamentally perfect … so naturally, more than two decades later, Hollywood is all like, “time for a sequel!” Michael Keaton, who starred as the titular character in the 1988 original, divulged to TMZ that “they” do indeed have plans to revisit the movie. However. (Fellow “Beetlejuice” fanatics, brace yourselves.) Keaton touched on the fact that Katy Perry is reportedly a fan by affirming that he would be more than open to co-starring with her in a sequel. “I’d do anything with Katy Perry. I love Katy Perry,” Keaton responded. KATY PERRY? IN “BEETLEJUICE”? This, my friends, is where childhood memories — and foolish dreams of successful sequels — go to die. Lydia Deetz forever!!!! [Complex]
Beetlejuice certainly did have a lecherous side too, didn’t he? Lydia (aka Winona Ryder) does not approve. [Facebook]
“Jeopardy” overlord Alex Trebek built his dream house on Los Angeles’s Mullholland Drive in 1984, decorated it in the finest of tacky ’80s furniture, and then left it as is. He sold the house in 1996, but pretty much nothing’s changed in 30 years. It definitely looks like Otho, the crazy interior decorator from “Beetlejuice,” went wild in there.
If, perchance, this is just your style, and you’ve got $3.9 million to spare, well, this house could be all yours. More pics after the jump. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
“Our house looks like it’s out of ‘Beetlejuice.’ It’s not so much the outdoors, but the indoors, with the crazy table and all the colors. She’s got some new room with checkered carpeting, checkered benches, checkered coffee tables. There are like 90 different patterns in one. It’s kind of creepy.”
—Scott Disick reveals what he really thinks about how his baby mama, Kourtney Kardashian, has decorated their new home in Los Angeles. I dunno—this sounds pretty darn cool to me. And not to play pop culture reference police, but ‘Beetlejuice’ would usually refer to black-and-white patterns, not colors. Just sayin’. [People] Keep reading »