Plus, the studio has released an all-new trailer and poster to commemorate the news
In what could become the new ‘Normal’ during and perhaps after the COVID-19 pandemic, Orion Pictures have today announced that the third film in the ‘Bill And Ted‘ franchise, ‘Bill And Ted Face The Music‘ will become available from September 1st on PVOD and in any theatre that is willing to show the film. This represents a huge shift in the release policies that are employed by the film studios after the pandemic has left the summer season completely destroyed. Also, the decision has been made due to the remained closure of theatres in New York and Los Angeles along with most of California while global markets are either just starting to reopen or remain closed. This, Orion says, will give the audience the choice of where and how they view the film and will go a fair way to ensuring audience safety.
To publicize the film for the audience, whether it be at home or in a theatre willing to screen it, Orion has launched a new trailer for the film alongside a brand new poster:
And here’s the most excellent new poster!!
In this new and long-awaited third installment, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter both return once more to the roles they are possibly most famous for as Theodore ‘Ted’ Logan and William ‘Bill’ S. Preston. Esq to yet again, travel through time, only this time as adults to save the world, alongside their daughters by creating one more ‘bodacious’ song! Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine portray our heroes’ daughters and once again, William Sadler joins in the fun as ‘Death’, reprising the role from the first sequel ‘Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey‘.
Bill And Ted Face The Music hits theatres and VOD from September 1st. EXCELLENT!!!
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(Source: Orion Pictures)