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‘Beetlejuice’ Hits The Stage This October

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If you’re like me, you’re anxiously waiting to see if the sequel to Tim Burton’s classic ‘Beetlejuice’ will ever officially get off the ground.

In the meantime, there is a way to see your favorite “ghost with the most” while you await the next big screen production.

According to a report from Deadline, a musical adaptation of Beetlejuice will make its world premiere next October in a pre-Broadway run at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C.

The film is starting to assemble it’s team with two-time Tony nominee Alex Timbers currently set to direct the musical.

“Produced by Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures and Langley Park Productions, the musical will feature an original score by Eddie Perfect (King Kong) and a book by Scott Brown and Anthony King (Broad City). Connor Gallagher (The Robber Bridegroom) will choreograph, with scenic design by David Korins (Hamilton), costumes by William Ivey Long (The Producers), lighting design by Kenneth Posner (Kinky Boots), sound design by Peter Hylenski (Frozen), projection design by Peter Nigrini (Dear Evan Hansen), puppet design by Michael Curry (The Lion King), special effects by Jeremy Chernick (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), and “illusions” by Michael Weber (Forrest Gump).”

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Believe it Or Not: A Fan Brewed a Special Friday the 13th Beer Using Water from the Real Camp Crystal Lake

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Camp Crystal Lake American Red Ale

Sometimes, fans do the most awesome things, such as Friday the 13th mega-fan Roger Krzeminski, who took his love of the Friday the 13th films to a whole new level.

According to Bloody Disgusting, Krzeminski took a lucky visit at the real life Camp Crystal Lake (known as Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco) as an opportunity to bring home a bit of Camp Crystal Lake.

“I asked at camp if I could take a few gallons of Crystal Lake water to make beer since I’m an avid homebrewer” Krzeminski said to Bloody Disgusting.

After getting the okay, Krzeminski took a few gallons of Lake water home, filtered and sanitized the water, and then made his own Camp Crystal Lake American Red Ale.

“A standard batch of beer is 5 gallons which gives you 54 beers. I use 7 gallons because there is a considerable amount of evaporation when you boil the wort (beer juice if you will) for 1 hour. I came out with 52 bottles as I did lose a little additional volume in the filter/sanitize process.”

“These are purely for personal consumption and gifts for friends/family. I’m not selling these or anything of that sort” Krzeminski said.

“If I am fortunate enough to be invited back to camp by the generous folks at Crystal Lake Tours (CLT), I would be thrilled to get the opportunity to make more. At the end of the day, this project of mine would have never left the ground if it weren’t for the generosity and goodwill of the people at CLT. If anything were to come of this, I’d truly love for the outcome to be more people directed to the website and buy souvenirs, tour tickets or merchandise to support the camp and to keep “Camp Crystal Lake” thriving so future fans and scouts can still see this place and enjoy the experiences as much as I really have.”

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Netflix Hypes Season 2 of ‘The End of the F***ing World’

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After a well-received debut season of ‘The End of the F***ing World’ Netflix is hyping up the launch of Season 2.

The series is set to return on November 5th, and a brand new trailer has arrived to give fans a glimpse into what is in store.

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Takashi Shimizu’s ‘Howling Village’ Unveils Trailer

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Known as the creator of the Japanese ‘Ju-On’ series, that spawned ‘The Grudge’ franchise in the United States, Takashi Shimizo has a new offering based on a Japanese urban legend.

In ‘Howling Village’, which will release in Japan on February 7th, 2020, “The film centers on a village at the end of a forgotten tunnel from which no one has ever returned alive. A dam was built over it in an effort to erase the past, but the film looks into where the people went, what happened to them, and why the place is called Howling Village.”

“The heroine who sees the spirit tries to find out the truth of the strange events that occur one after another.”

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