The team of righteous dudes behind Bill & Ted Face The Music shared a new trailer for the series’ upcoming third installment on Thursday. The revival of the film franchise that began in 1989 will once again see Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter revive their roles as the titular boneheaded duo.
Bill & Ted Face The Music was originally slated for a wide theatrical release on August 21st. Due to the prolonged shutdown of all mass gatherings around the country, however, the film will now hit on demand services, as well as select physical theaters, on September 1st.
This new trailer doesn’t do much in the way of expanding on the plot points laid out in the first trailer, released on National Bill & Ted Day (6/9). However, there is one notable addition in that we get some valuable screen time from rapper Kid Cudi, born Scott Mescudi, as well as Bill and Ted’s respective daughters Thea (Samara Weaving) and Billie (Brigette Lundy-Paine). In addition to the previously-introduced plotline of Bill and Ted writing a song to save the world, we now see Thea and Billie utilizing the iconic time-traveling phone booth to assemble an all-star band, featuring Mescudi and many others.
Watch the second trailer for Bill & Ted Face The Music below, and stream the movie on demand beginning on September 1st.
Bill & Ted Face The Music Trailer #2 (2020)
[Video: Orion Pictures]
Fans can watch a more in-depth preview during the film’s Comic Con@Home panel on Saturday, July 25th at 6 p.m. ET, hosted by Kevin Smith. Tune in here.