Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter Are Back to Party on First 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' Trailer
The trailer for the movie, "Bill & Ted Face the Music," was released recently and will see best friends, Bill and Ted, portrayed by Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves, respectively, continue their adventures.
The third installment of the movie series, "Bill & Ted" titled "Bill & Ted 3: Face the Music," is scheduled to hit the cinematic theatres on August 21, and the newly released trailer suggests it is a must-watch movie.
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter will continue to reprise their roles in the film as the main characters. The third installment, directed by Dean Parisot, will also feature Kid Cudi starring as himself.
Other actors set to star are Kristen Schaal, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Jillian Bell, Beck Bennett, and Holland Taylor. The film's script was written by the franchise creators, Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon.
The trailer showed that Bill and Ted are still best friends and still want to unite the world. However, to do that this time, they must write a song that will bring about world peace.
Hence, they would need the help of their daughters, Thea and Billie, portrayed by Samara Weaving and Bridgette Lundy-Paine, respectively, to help on their time travel adventures.
A snippet from the trailer showed Ted telling his best friend that they had spent their whole lives trying to write a song that would save the world. He then suggested that they should go to their future where they must have written it.
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter added a spark to the virtual graduation ceremony of San Dimas High School by making a surprise appearance on Zoom to inspire the students of the school.
In his reply, Bill says, "And take it from ourselves!" Ted then wondered if doing that wouldn't amount to stealing, but Bill countered, saying, "How is that stealing if we're stealing it from ourselves, dude?"
Although the trailer didn't offer much plot points, it showed that the duo would encounter some muscular versions of themselves and reunite with their former enemy, Death, portrayed by William Sadler.
Meanwhile, when the duo of Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are not trying to save the world through their music in the movie, they are inspiring the younger generation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has caused a change in the way high school graduates celebrate graduation, with the usual cap and gown ceremonies turning into a virtual affair.
However, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter added a spark to the virtual graduation ceremony of San Dimas High School by making a surprise appearance via Zoom to inspire the students of the school.
The actors, who are famous alumni of the institution, said they understood that the world was going through a tough time, and wished the students the best of luck, urging them to be excellent.