Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter Suit Up in Funny Behind-the-Scenes Photo From ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music'


Alex Winter is preparing for the premiere of the highly-anticipated movie “Bill & Ted Face the Music” by sharing some behind-the-scenes shots.

In the photo, shared on Twitter, Keanu Reeves is rocking a burgundy suit while Winters dons a navy one.

“I'm sharing BTS shots from @BillandTed3 in the run up to the release tomorrow," Winters captioned the silly photo on Thursday. "The last one is Keanu and myself in wardrobe tests at the beginning of prep. It's the first time we returned to the characters. We had fun, hope you dig the movie."

The third film in the franchise arrives nearly 30 years after the second installment, “Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey,” in 1991.

The two dudes chatted with E!’s “Daily Pop” about reprising their iconic roles.

"It was a lot of fun acting with Keanu again," Winters hared during a virtual interview. "It was a lot of fun playing these guys."

"The writers had a really good idea and felt like they had more of a Bill and Ted story to tell," Reeves said. "[They] brought it to Alex and I and we thought that was a great idea as well."

"The spirit of the characters of, you know, be excellent to each other and party on…I mean, the film definitely has that messaging in it," Reeves added. "That we're kind of all in it together."

In the trailer, Winters and Reeves reunite as Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted "Theodore" Logan III for one more thrilling adventure. It takes place in a dystopian future years after the duo was supposed to write a song that saves the world.

Turns out, they still haven’t finished the song and, instead, their band, Wyld Stallyns, has been playing small-time gigs.

With the fate of the world resting on their shoulders, the dudes set out to finish what they started with a plan to time-travel to the future and steal the song from their future selves.

The first film, “Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure,” premiered in 1989.

“Bill and Ted Face the Music” will be released on demand and in theaters on Friday, Aug. 28.

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