Actor Keanu Reeves is one of the most requested today, but his next films will go directly to the domestic market.
You have to start getting used to the fact that more and more film releases decide to go directly to streaming or even to have simultaneous releases in cinemas and digital platforms. So you shouldn't be surprised because Bill & Ted Face The Music The release date has changed once again. But they have confirmed that the film can be seen from home as well as in theaters. Which means that the next movies of Keanu Reeves, this and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run, will go directly to streaming.
However, in regards to Bill & Ted Face The MusicWe can now expect Tuesday September 1 to arrive. Although it will also be screened in all theaters that are open at that time, but it will be released mainly on demand from the same day, so it is only the last major production that avoids the traditional film launch and takes advantage of the potential to make it available to people in digital. Thanks to the decision of Orion, we will not have to wait until next year to see again Alex Winter (Smosh: The Movie) and a Keanu Reeves (Matrix, John wick) as Bill and Ted.
What is this movie?
Bill & Ted Face The Music It is the third installment of the temporary space travelers interpreted by Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, they repeat their roles from the movie Bill and Ted's mind-blowing journey (1991), which was a sequel to The mind-boggling adventures of Bill and Ted (1989). Almost 30 years have passed since we last saw the duo together, so it's good that we don't have to wait any longer. Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine they are also the couple's daughters, with William Sadler coming back like Grim Reaper.
Bill and Ted are caught up in a rut in their middle ages, until they get a visit from a future time traveler (Kristen Schaal) who tells them that they are necessary to create a song in the next 78 minutes to save the world. We'll find out if they succeed when the movie starring Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves hits the digital marketplace and a limited number of theaters.
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