We’re sure a lot of you are like us in being most excited about the non-heinous third Bill & Ted movie, Face the Music, out now at cinemas everywhere!
We were very lucky to have an in-depth chat with none other than Ed Solomon, co-writer of all three Bill & Ted films, plus other classics such as Men in Black, Charlie’s Angels, and Now You See Me.
Ed was a joy to speak to, and as massive Bill & Ted geeks, it was fascinating to hear his tales behind the rollercoaster journey to get all three films made, how they managed to pay tribute to George Carlin, and just what the films mean to so many people.
Enjoy the (relatively) spoiler-free episode, and remember… be excellent to each other, and party on dudes!
Also – make sure to check out our previous Keanu Reeves special, which includes plenty of Bill & Ted goodies.
Bill & Ted was created by Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson, telling the adventures of high school dudes Bill S Preston Esq and Ted Theodore Logan.
Starting with the time-travelling Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure in 1989, it was followed by the bonkers but brilliant Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey in 1991.
Starring Alex Winter as Bill and Keanu Reeves as Ted, the series finally came back to great applause with 2020’s Bill & Ted Face the Music.
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