Keanu Reeves reveals basic plot for Bill & Ted 3

Is expecting draft in six weeks

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Keanu Reeves has once again spoken out about a third Bill & Ted movie, this time revealing the movie’s general plot.

While chatting with MTV, Reeves said that the third movie will – naturally - deal with what happened after first sequel Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey.

“When we last got together, part of it was that Bill and Ted were supposed to have written the song that saved the world, and it hasn’t happened," he says.

“So they’ve now become kind of possessed by trying to do that. Then there’s an element of time and they have to go back.”

Reeves added that he’s expecting a draft of the script to land on his doormat in six weeks.

Which all sounds very odd, especially that plot. Are Reeves and co-star Alex Winter to be de-aged like Clu 2 for this threequel, or will it really find them still attempting to write an epic tune when they’re in their 40s?

Bodacious? Or baaaad? What do you think to this threequel? Tell us below...

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    • ChrisWootton

      Apr 5th 2011, 8:49

      Excellent

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    • gonzoBen

      Apr 5th 2011, 9:10

      This make me miss George Carlin a great deal. Please don't re-cast Rufus. Keanu?... You there mate?

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    • steveleppard

      Apr 5th 2011, 10:51

      I agree, Give Rufus a minimal part if you have to and CGI in George. Wouldn't be right without him.

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    • RaveyDaveyGravy

      Apr 5th 2011, 12:51

      This sounds ace! Like Back to the Future meets Bill and Ted, still trying to cling on to their youth and write that song

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    • MadMatt

      Apr 8th 2011, 14:16

      Yes, TF, I think having them still struggling to write an Earth-saving tune in their forties is the whole point of the story. They've had it foretold that their music would have this power, but it hasn't happened yet and the third film's adventure would revolve around their desperation and fear in middle age when they haven't lived up to their potential... I agree though with the concerns about George Carlin passing on. How will it work without him?

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