In that film, the actress played one-half of a deceased married couple. Alec Baldwin played her husband.
"It's funny, [another journalist] just asked me about a sequel to Beetlejuice - which, though I haven't heard anything about it, might be interesting", Davis stated. "I would do that!".
She then pondered where the characters might go in another film.
"Thing is, do ghosts age?", asks Davis. "Wouldn't we be stuck in the age we were? Alec [Baldwin] and I would have to look as we did then - who knows, maybe we could? I better get in touch with Tim Burton".
There have been a couple of rumblings about a proposed sequel. At one point it is said that there was a script titled "Beetlejuice goes Hawaiian," that was written by Jonathan Gems in the early 1990s. Nothing happened with that project.
After that, Warner Premiere was talking about doing a sequel exclusively for the home-video market. That also never materialized.
Beetlejuice was released March 30th, 1988 and stars Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Annie McEnroe, Maurice Page, Hugo Stanger, Michael Keaton, Rachel Mittelman, Catherine O'Hara. The film is directed by Tim Burton.