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Update On A Third Bill And Ted Movie

March 13, 2012
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We've been waiting for another excellent adventure featuring the lovable Bill and Ted, and progress on a sequel has been on existent until Keanu Reeves mentioned recently that a third movie was in the works. But where does it stand now?

Alex Winter gave an update on the status of Bill and Ted and what the third film would be about:

“The movies were always about rock & roll, that was a big part of the movies, so what’s happened to rock & roll in the last twenty years? The movie’s gonna get in and play with some of that stuff – where’s rock, where are we, what’s happened to the whole idea of saving the world, or what hasn’t happened?”

Hopefully this project gets greenlit sooner rather than later.

Source: Bleeding Cool

 

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