Winona Ryder has revealed she'd "do anything" for director Tim Burton - including signing up to reprise the role of Lydia Deetz in a possible Beetlejuice sequel.
Although she confirmed reports that writer Seth Grahame-Smith was working on a follow-up to the 1988 hit, the actress said neither Burton or herself knew anything else.
"That's all I know. That's all he knows too," she laughed as she was quizzed by reporters on the Los Angeles red carpet for her latest collaboration with Burton, Frankenweenie.
"I don't really know any details but of course I'd do anything for Tim. It's nice to know that people love that movie, it's always nice to hear that."
Winona, who starred in Edward Scissorhands as well as Beetlejuice, voices the character of Elsa Van Helsing in Frankenweenie, a stop-motion animation about a boy who re-animates his beloved dog after his death.