Tim Burton Working On Nightmare Before Christmas 2?

So rumor has it that Mr. Burton has been secretly working on a sequel to his infamous dark Christmas flick, Nightmare Before Christmas. And Paul Reubens aka Pee Wee Herman, has let the cat out of the bag that these rumors may actually be true. Reubens worked with Burton twice on Pee Wee’s Big Adventure and the first Nightmare Before Christmas and was asked if he would work with Burton again, and although he would love the opportunity, but due to Burton’s busy schedule it would probably be very unlikely for it to happen. This is where the idea of NBC 2 came up and Dark Shadows.

UPDATE:
According to Tim Burton Productions executive Derek Frey on the matter of whether or not there will be a sequel, Frey says there’s “no truth to the rumor.” Darn, oh well! But at least Dark Shadows will be well under way when it begins filming in April. So that’s some good insight.

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8 Responses to Tim Burton Working On Nightmare Before Christmas 2?

  1. Robert Kent says:

    If Tim Burton doesn’t do it, there’s always the possibility of The Asylum doing a copycat (hint hint).

  2. Anonymous says:

    They already did! For a video-game, The Nightmare Before Christmas Oogie’s Revenge.

  3. april says:

    they have to do it i think it would be totally awesome one of my favorite movies of all time

  4. Fonzo says:

    Please hurry and make this Nightmare Before Chrismas 2, When will it be in theaters if you do make. Please reply

  5. thenightmareb4xmas#1fan says:

    The nightmare before christmas is the best movie ever and i vote my favorite dirrctor should make a second one

  6. paulydoregon says:

    i doubt he will make a sequel. if u read the movies iki page and go to legacy its says how he will probly never mke a sequel to keep the movies purity

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