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Keanu Reeves Says Bill & Ted 3 Is Edgy And Has Jesus Playing Baseball

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BillTedMost of the time when we hear about a sequel to a movie we loved but that happened a long time ago—like say 23 years in this case—it makes us sad and we assume that they’re going to screw up something we hold near and dear. However, one of these that we’re actually pretty stoked about, whether it happens or not, is Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure 3. The idea has been kicked around for a long time, and it sounds like they have a solid script, as well as all the important players involved (they, to be honest, seem even more excited than any of us), and star Keanu Reeves recently shed even more light on what this could look like, if it happens.

Hyping up his latest, the revenge thriller John Wick, Reeves talked about the potential for Bill & Ted 3 with Coming Soon. One of the big draws is that all of the original creative team is on board. This includes writers and creators Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon. Reeves says:

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Bill & Ted’s Next Adventure Will Feature A Lot Of Different Bills and Teds

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bill and tedWe deal with a lot of would-be projects around these parts, with films that should have been made already but still have too much going against them. The pick of that litter, to me, is a third Bill & Ted movie, which has moved from the rumor mill into the realm of the realistic possibility, but hasn’t really gone anywhere from there. And while we sadly aren’t announcing that the film is going into production or anything, Alex “Bill S. Preston Esquire” Winter has come out with a few details about the script that makes the wait to get this made even more agonizing.

“There’s many version of ourselves in this movie,” Winter shared with Yahoo! UK while promoting the taut thriller Grand Piano. This fits right in with the series already, as we’ve seen different versions of future Bill & Ted, evil Bill & Ted, and even robot Bill & Ted. At one point, it was said that the script followed the bumbling heroes as they tried to write the world’s greatest song with their band Wyld Stallyns—air guitar riff—but Winter doesn’t mention that here. (Maybe they finally listened to Tenacious D’s “Tribute” and backed off.)