Jan 29, 2015 8:27AM

A Pictorial History Of Winona Ryder Being The Best

We celebrate with gifs because 'Beetlejuice 2' is going to happen.

Burton's cult classic and peak Winona Ryder movie Beetlejuice is getting a sequel! Rumours of the sequel have been making the rounds for years — Winona hinted in 2013 that a script had been written and now it has all but been officially confirmed.

The 1998 horror/comedy is visually epic, Burton at his best, with a stacked cast including Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Winona and Michael Keaton — fresh off the Keatonnaissance brought on by the Oscar-nominated BirdmanWinona announced the news of her imminent return to the iconic role of emo teen Lydia Deetz at Sundance this week. "As far as I know it's going to happen," Winona told Huffpost Live

We're keen to see what CGI makes possible for the whacky ghost story but hopefully it doesn't stray too far from the original aesthetic.

No further details have been confirmed however both Keaton and Burton have made comments about a potential remake in the past, so you can be sure it won't happen without them.

To celebrate, we delved into the history of Winona's best roles, because Winona forever <3

Lydia Deetz — Beetlejuice (1988)
— Moody goth teen from New York, loves poetry and the paranormal

Veronica — Heathers (1998)
— The newly appointed member of the popular group at Westerburg High School and the only one not named Heather

Kim — Edaward Scissorhands (1990)
— Pretty teenage blonde who befriends kooky scissorhanded weirdo who lives in a mansion on top of a hill

Charlotte Flax — Mermaids (1990)
— A fifteen-year-old girl in the early 60s living with her crazy mom (played by Cher) and little sister Kate (played by Christina Ricci)

Corky — Night On Earth (1991)
— Blokey cab triver who gets scouted by a casting director

Lelaina Pierce — Reality Bites (1994)
— A sassy aspiring documentarian who graduated at the top of her class but is still totally lost and in love with Troy (played by Ethan Hawke)

Susanna — Girl Interrupted (1999)
— Unhinged but ultimately fine psych-ward patient who befriends and eventually stands up to (way crazier) Lisa (played by Angelina Jolie)

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