Orion Pictures released the second official trailer for Bill & Ted: Face the Music. Almost 20 years later, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are back on a lively journey through time, which promises an unusual encounter with the scary versions of their characters’ future.
In addition to the return of Reeves and Winter, Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon, screenwriters for the first two films, are also back taking on the script for the sequel. Since the direction is up account Dean Parisot (Red 2 – Retirees and Even More Dangerous).
In the plot, Bill (Winter) and Ted (Reeves) face an incredible time journey to steal from themselves the music that could save the world. While dealing with the natural problems of middle age and taking care of their families, friends remain frustrated that they have not yet created the best song of all time. However, the arrival of a man of the future will bring about a great change. He says the duo is the only one capable of creating music to save humanity. For that, they must face a mission full of challenges and an unusual encounter with their scary versions of the future.
Alongside the protagonist duo will be Samara Weaving (Bloody Wedding) in the role of Thea, Bill’s daughter, and Brigette Lundy-Paine (Atypical) as Billie, Ted’s daughter. “They said when they were teenagers that they were going to save reality and that they work on it all the time. Now, an emissary from the future comes and says, ‘You need to do this now. We have literally 80 minutes or the whole reality will come to an end. ‘ The daughters really love their parents’ music and want to help them, ”Matheson told EW.
The cast of the third film also features Jillian Bell (22 Jump Street), Beck Bennett (Saturday Night Live), Anthony Carrigan (Gotham), Jayma Mays (Glee), Erinn Hayes (Medical Patrol) and musician Kid Cudi.
Bill & Ted: Face the Music had its debut again postponed in the United States. Amid the uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the launch will be made simultaneously on VOD and in theaters that are open on September 1st. The change has not yet been confirmed in Brazil.