I love this movie. Seen it recently. My answer is nope, hope it's not done. And the reason is I just don't think it's a great pin theme. You can have a fun movie, with amazing visuals, and great lines, and all the raw ingredients on paper, but if you sit down and really think about playing it 100 times? It doesn't work for me.
I think that with the advent of LCD screens movies as licenses are real double edged swords. On a DMD you could have a painful swing and miss at times (Stern's Indiana Jones was a game we talked about often during Alien production as a "how to not do a movie license") but generally you kept things short and to the point and focused on the game. As it should be. This is pinball, not a movie theater.
But now you can play whole long boring clips, and you end up with a mess like Guardians of the Galaxy. I don't want to see Beetlejuice turned into a fancy DVD player. And the scenes are very 'talky', there's not a lot of actual raw action. It's a pretty slow movie honestly, outside of a few specific scenes. Would be a tough one to cut up into a faced paced thing. And the best scenes would get old if I saw them every time I played the game.
Now if you said "the world of Beetlejuice, not the movie, and it's original stuff really built for a pin" I'm interested! But at that point you might as well skip the license and go original, because it's not a name that carries enough weight if it's not also bringing a bunch of clips and assets.
But the most important part is the thing Franchi said already. I want games done by teams that love their work. If you're not feeling it? Find another fish in the sea, you'll make a better game with something you really know and love and care about.