It’s almost 30 years since the last time Bill & Ted – the iconic era of traveling teenagers / pillars in the future civilization – hit the big picture.
In 2020, however, a major theater release will look quite different than just a year ago. Bill & Ted Face the Music, the third part of the franchise with Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, has been yet another film that fights a global pandemic that keeps moviegoers out of cramped theaters, along with a host of other adaptations to daily life.
While some movies are shot for the time being – like Disney’s Mulan, others find homes on the small screen through video on demand.
Thanks to a tweet in July, Wild Stallyn’s fans found that Bill & Ted Face the Music will be available in theaters and available upon request September 1. The tweet did not specify which platforms the film will be available on or how much it will cost, but it will likely be such as Google Play or via Apple.
Bill & Ted Face the Music fast on the way to video on demand follows other 2020 releases such as Trolls World Tour, Birds of Prey and Sonic the Hedgehog, allowing moviegoers to watch them from their quarantine bunkers for as much as $ 20, in some case.
Until then, viewers can expect a different story about how the music from Bill & Ted is crucial for everyone to survive. A trailer revealed that the couple must write a song to save the world, so they decide to visit the future and take the song, which has already been written, from themselves. Also: they have daughters now to help them on their new excellent mission.