Keanu Reeves promises that Bill & Ted 3 is creeping closer to a production start date, teasing new story developments.B. Alan Orange
Alex Winter offers an update on the anticipated sequel Bill & Ted 3, revealing more about the plot and when we'll eventually see it.B. Alan Orange
The actor talks about how surreal it will be to play Ted Logan at 50. Plus, he confirms that he has never been involved in the Point Break remake.
Two months ago, Keanu Reeves claimed a darkness had befallen the project. Its anybody's guess when we might actually see this sequel.B. Alan Orange
The actor claims that it is looking grim for the sequel, and that he needs to address the issue on a conspiracy website.B. Alan Orange
The project is still moving forward with no delays, news of the sequel got out before everyone was ready.
The story follows the bodacious duo as they try to write the song that saves the world.
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are confirmed to return as the title characters in this highly-anticipated sequel.
The actor recently spoke with writer-star Alex Winter, who wants to work in this character from Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey into the new sequel.
Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves offer new details about this long-awaited comedy sequel, confirming that they both like the script.
The actor also shot down rumors that Werner Herzog will direct the comedy sequel, which he described as 'really weird.'
The acclaimed director reveals that if the script is good, he will be willing to take on the project.B. Alan Orange
Alex Winter says that he's currently reading the script, which may start shooting in the near future.
Keanu Reeves confirms that the first draft of the script is only six weeks away from being finished, and that it will tie into the ending of the last sequel.
Alex Winter confirmed the sequel is moving forward with original writers Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon penning the script.
Sequel talks intensify as Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter meet with original writers Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon to hash out a solid story idea.B. Alan Orange