Filmmaker Tim Burton seems to have had enough on his plate and plans to take a break from direction for some time now. The 53-year-old will have a busy schedule for the rest of the year with the forthcoming release of his movies such as Dark Shadows, Frankenweenie and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, which he also produced, reports contactmusic.com.
But Burton is contemplating taking a break after that. “I think I should take a break ... It is kind of embarrassing that I have three movies out this year. I am sick of me already,” he says. Meanwhile, Burton says he might work on a sequel to his 1988 movie Beetlejuice, if the script is interesting.
He helmed the original horror movie, which starred Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis. “I would do it if it was interesting. Although, I do not know if I would ever know a good script if it bit me in the face. But, I know what I like, so we will see,” Burton says.