Yes, that is correct, our favorite "bio-exorcist" is making a comeback to the big screen! Monday night, Winona Ryder paid a visit to "Late Night with Seth Meyers," where she did in fact confirm that a sequel to the cult-classic, "Beetlejuice" was in the works.
Ryder was clearly nervous about whether or not she should confirm the news, but went along with it anyway and we are super glad she did!
And of course, Seth Meyers had to ask her if she has ever been asked to say "Beetlejuice," three times! Ryder said that she has and in the strangest place. She mentions that is mostly happens in airport security! Watch the whole clip above to see the hilarious explanation.
Hearing "Beetlejuice" is coming back just gives us all types of nostalgia! Check out the gallery below of a few TV reunions that need to happen!
TV show reunions that need to happen
A 'Beetlejuice' sequel is officially happening!
"Everybody Loves Raymond" star Ray Romano, right, and director Gary Halvorson, left, discuss a scene between takes of the taping of one of the final episodes of the show at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, Calif., on Jan. 13, 2005. Sitting at the table in the background is cast member Monica Horan. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Friends Special Episode, 'The One That Could Have Been, Part One' From L-R: Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox Arquette And Matt Leblanc. All The Friends Ponder What Might Have Been If Each Had Taken A Different Path In Life And They Imagine: That A Frustrated Ross (Schwimmer) Stays With His Wife Carol (Jane Sibbett) And Ignores Her Disinterest In Him; A Married Rachel (Aniston) Is Starstruck When She Meets Hunky 'Days Of Our Lives' Star Joey (Leblanc) Who Never Lost His Job As Dr. Drake Ramoray; Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) Is A Corporate Stockbroker; And A Portly Monica (Cox Arquette) Frets About Losing Her Virginity While Chandler (Perry) Is A Struggling Writer Who Stoops To Working As Joey's Lowly Assistant Just To Make Ends Meet. (Photo By Getty Images)
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