Keanu Reeves Spotted in an Unbuttoned Robe on the Set of 'Bill & Ted'
Although Reeves is just a few years from hitting the golden '60' age, he doesn't look like he's pulling breaks on looking 'evergreen' soon.
The iconic actor was captured in 'an open blue robe' on the set of the movie sequel, "Bill & Ted Face The Music" on Monday. And he was looking stunning!
Reeves first featured in the 'Bill & Ted' franchise about 30 years ago alongside co-star, Alex Winter. Two days ago, he was captured on the set of a follow-up edition in New Orleans. And there, he was seen looking gorgeous.
The 54-year-old donned an 'open blue robe' which showed off his 'toned chest' in-between scenes. He paired the look with Jean pants, which were folded at the bottoms and brown sneakers.
He appeared to be carrying what looked like a leather-bound script and a bowl of oatmeal on the one hand, and a bottle of water at the other.
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The image posed a rare look of the "John Wick" actor on set. Earlier, he was captured in a red tuxedo and a mullet mohawk.
The first edition of the 'Bill & Ted' franchise was in 1989. It was titled "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" and featured both Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter. The follow up was in 1991, and it was branded "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey."
The second edition followed a plot which saw the actor-duo try to escape the afterlife after they were murdered by their evil machine clones which came from the future.
Subsequent years also saw Winter and Reeves play the voice-over for their characters in an animated series for the franchise. The animation ran from 1990 to 1991 and recorded two seasons.
The new sequel features the experiences of Bill, played by Winter and Ted, played by Reeves after it was revealed to them that their music would save the universe.
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE NEW SEQUEL?
Just like previous editions, the new sequel title will carry the "Bill & Ted brand." The new movie title is "Bill & Ted Face The Music."
Reeves and Winter will be back:
The original characters who appeared in the first edition will feature in the new sequel together once again.
Death is coming back:
The "Bogus Journey" edition saw Bill and Ted beat "Death" 4 out of 7 in a list of games to regain their lives back. To the joy of fans, the exciting character played by William Sadler is set to appear again in the sequel.
"The Babes" are not the same:
Kimberly LaBelle and Diane Franklin are not returning to the sequel. The pair played the role of two princesses recruited by Bill and Ted to join their band in the medieval period. Jayma Mays and Erinn Hayes would replace them.