10.2 C
Los Angeles
Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Kanye West Announces His 2020 Presidential Run On Twitter

You read that correctly! Don’t worry there’s no way a man obsessed with his own fame, with no political experience and a...
More

    Latest Posts

    Kanye West Announces His 2020 Presidential Run On Twitter

    You read that correctly! Don’t worry there’s no way a man obsessed with his own fame, with no political experience and a...

    Comedians Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub Test Positive for Covid-19 After Performing at a San Antonio Comedy Club

    Stand-up comedians Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub performed stand up at the Laugh out Loud Comedy Club June 25th-27th, and have both...

    The Washington Redskins Are Reviewing Their Name

    After receiving immense pressure from advertisers and the public over the past few weeks, owner Dan Snyder has agreed to begin the...

    Shia LaBeouf Starring in New Film “The Tax Collector”

    Shia LaBeouf is returning with a monster project called “The Tax Collector” directed by “Suicide Squad”’s David...

    Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter party on in the first ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ trailer

    In a time of rancor and strife, the nation turns its lonely eyes to the only two musicians who can possibly unite us. No, not Simon & Garfunkel: Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Theodore “Ted” Logan. The founding members of Wyld Stallyns (played by Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves respectively) return for an overdue encore in Bill & Ted Face the Music, which — for now anyway — is set to rock out in theaters on August 21. But the first trailer for the film reveals that our heroes have been closer to zeroes in terms of their rock career. Twenty-five years after their triumphant barnstormer of a set at the San Dimas Battle of the Bands, the duo is reduced to playing $2 taco nights in Barstow, Calif. (Watch the trailer above.)

    Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves in the first trailer for <em>Bill & Ted Face the Music</em>. (Photo: Orion Pictures)
    Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves in the first trailer for Bill & Ted Face the Music. (Photo: Orion Pictures)

    Needless to say, their career slide is a cause for great concern among the citizens of the utopian future that the Wyld Stallyns is supposed to bring about. “Bill and Ted — what have you got to say for yourselves?” asks the world of tomorrow’s Great Leader (Holland Taylor). The now middle-aged rockers try to play their hits, responding: “Be excellent to each other” and “Party on, dudes.”

    But it’s clear those slogans won’t be enough anymore: Bill and Ted are going to have to get serious about living up to their potential. So they hatch a time-traveling scheme that’s straight out of a classic Calvin & Hobbes strip: journeying to the future to nab the song that’s supposed to save the world without having to go through the pain of having to actually write it. “But isn’t that stealing?” asks the forever-innocent Ted. “How is that stealing if we’re stealing it from ourselves, dude?” replies his semi-sage partner-in-future crime.

    Reeves, William Sadler and Winter in <em>Bill & Ted Face the Music</em>. (Photo: Orion Pictures)
    Reeves, William Sadler and Winter in Bill & Ted Face the Music. (Photo: Orion Pictures)

    With that, it’s back into the phone booth for Bill and Ted as they navigate their future — which appears to include some prison time — and encounter old friends like the not at all bogus Grim Reaper (William Sadler). They also have to repair their relationships with their now-grown daughters, played by Brigette Lundy-Paine and Samara Weaving. In other words, it’s a most excellent adventure.

    This article was originally posted on yahoo.com/entertainment/.

    Latest Posts

    Kanye West Announces His 2020 Presidential Run On Twitter

    You read that correctly! Don’t worry there’s no way a man obsessed with his own fame, with no political experience and a...

    Comedians Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub Test Positive for Covid-19 After Performing at a San Antonio Comedy Club

    Stand-up comedians Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub performed stand up at the Laugh out Loud Comedy Club June 25th-27th, and have both...

    The Washington Redskins Are Reviewing Their Name

    After receiving immense pressure from advertisers and the public over the past few weeks, owner Dan Snyder has agreed to begin the...

    Shia LaBeouf Starring in New Film “The Tax Collector”

    Shia LaBeouf is returning with a monster project called “The Tax Collector” directed by “Suicide Squad”’s David...

    Don't Miss

    Lizzo calls out ‘fat-shamers’ on TikTok: ‘I’m not working out to have your ideal body type’

    Lizzo is calling out her “fat-shamers” with a message on TikTok about body positivity and her ongoing health journey in response to those who speak...

    Queen Latifah on her Queen Collective and affecting social change: ‘I feel we’re in a pivotal place’

    Twenty-five years after Queen Latifah because the first woman to receive the Grammy for Best Rap Solo Performance, her winning song “U.N.I.T.Y.”...

    ‘Deeply sorry’ Lady Antebellum changes name due to associations with slavery: ‘We have been awakened’

    After 14 years and eight album releases, Grammy-winning country trio Lady Antebellum has officially changed its name, dropping the “Antebellum” due to...

    Andy Cohen reacts to Bravo firing Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute from ‘Vanderpump Rules’

    Taryn RyderJune 10, 2020, 1:45 PM CDT Andy Cohen has addressed the major shakeup happening on Vanderpump Rules. On Tuesday,...

    ‘Bachelor’ fans say the show has a ‘responsibility’ to feature BIPOC: ‘There’s only been one black lead — that’s jarring’

    As the Black Lives Matter movement sweeps the nation, it has highlighted shortcomings in industries across the spectrum — especially in Hollywood.

    Stay in touch

    To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.