“Monthly bill & Ted Deal with the Songs” tracks the time-touring exploits of William “Monthly bill” S. Preston Esq. and Theodore “Ted” Logan, now center-aged best pals.

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Exceptional news, “Bill & Ted” supporters: Your favorite time-traveling duo has arrived in the 21st century – without the need of the enable of a time machine. 

The initial formal trailer for “Invoice & Ted Experience the Songs,” the third flick in the comedy/sci-fi franchise, arrived Monday, showcasing a now middle-aged Invoice (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) grappling with the point that they didn’t thrive in saving the world like they planned.

“Invoice, we’ve put in our complete lifestyle hoping to generate the music that will unite the earth,” Reeves’ Ted claims. “Why cannot we just go to the long term when we have penned it?” 

“And consider it from ourselves!” Winter’s Bill chimes in, as Ted ponders the ethics of his idea. “How is that thieving if we’re stealing it from ourselves, dude?”

Reeves, 55, and Wintertime, 54, reprise their respective Theodore “Ted” Logan and William “Monthly bill” S. Preston Esq. characters for the to start with time in 29 many years, when newer faces like Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Kid Cudi, Kristen Schaal, Jillian Bell, Beck Bennett and more join in on the entertaining.  

This time all over, Bill and Ted – no extended the baby-confronted young people they have been again in the late ’80s and early ’90s, but just about every bit the enjoyable – are joined by their possess daughters (Weaving as Thea Preston and Lundy-Paine as Billie Logan), additionally some historical figures and songs legends, in a quest to “find the track that will established their earth correct and provide harmony in the universe.” 

“Monthly bill & Ted Confront the Songs” is scheduled to be launched in theaters on August 21. 

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“The apple doesn’t slide significantly from the tree with their daughters. Billie and Thea are joined at the hip and really like songs,” Weaving informed United states of america These days final summertime as the forged was filming. 

The 28-year-outdated Weaving, who was born a year following the 1991 franchise’s sequel “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey” hit theaters, wasn’t conscious of the “Invoice & Ted” universe prior to she obtained the audition for the new movie. “I guess I was in a minimal bubble of my very own,” she additional. Her fiancé Jimmy Warden, nevertheless, was a major lover. He “jumped up and began undertaking their impression. I was like, ‘What’s completely wrong with your voice?’ He began leaping all over indicating, ‘Dude, you have to do it! Exceptional!’ “

The tale springs from the ending of Excellent Adventure, in which futuristic mentor Rufus (George Carlin) predicted the duo would write new music that would turn the world into a Utopia. (This has not happened but.)

“You’re advised you are gonna help save the globe,” screenwriter Chris Matheson told Entertainment Weekly in 2018 through a reunion interview with co-writer Ed Solomon, Reeves and Winter season. “And now you are 50 and you haven’t performed it. Now they’re married, and it affects their marriages, and it has an effect on their interactions with their young children, and it impacts their everything.”


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“Everybody’s a little older now,” said Reeves. “A minimal frightened.”

“There is specified comparisons,” extra Wintertime. “A rock band that by no means goes to the location it assumed it was going to get to. Having that moment in their existence of going: ‘Do we attempt to get there, or give up the aspiration?’ ” 

The concept of having the band again with each other experienced been floating all over for a although: Reeves disclosed seven decades ago that he “should not discuss about it,” but the staff experienced gotten the ball rolling on a new script. 

“I believe it is really surreal, taking part in ‘Bill & Ted’ at 50,” Reeves told “Now” in 2013. “But we have a great tale in that. You can see the everyday living and pleasure in these people, and I consider the earth can often use some lifetime and pleasure.”

Contributing: Brian Truitt and Bryan Alexander, United states of america Right now. 

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