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Bill & Ted Face The Music

Dean Parisot

Woah. Bill S. Preston Esquire and Ted 'Theodore' Logan - time-travellers, vanquishers of Death, Wyld Stallyns - return to our screens for the first time in over 25 years with this long-awaited third entry. Penned by the writers of the original two films and directed by Galaxy Quest director Dean Parisot, this film sees Alex Winters and Keanu Reeves once again take up the mantle of two of cinema’s most enduring and endearing perennial teenagers.

“…the ray of warm, silly San Dimas sunshine that we need right now”

Bill and Ted are now middle-aged - physically, if not entirely mentally, grown-up - still chasing their musical destiny, practising in the garage, and using the words “woah”, “dude” and, of course, “excellent” at every possible opportunity. When a messenger from the future (Kristen Schaal) visits them and reveals herself to be Kelly, the daughter of their old pal (and time-travelling guide) Rufus, played by the late George Carlin, Bill and Ted find themselves drawn into another adventure to write the perfect song, unite the world and save reality as we know it; only this time, their daughters Billie (Atypical’s Brigette Lundy-Paine) and Thea (Samara Weaving, Netflix’s Hollywood) are along for the ride too.

In the works for years now, this third instalment in the story of everyone’s favourite endlessly-positive, ultimately clueless rockers may just be the ray of warm, silly San Dimas sunshine that we need right now. In the wise words of our heroes, “Be excellent to each other!” … “and party on dudes!”


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