Bill & Ted Face The Music, which is currently the most awaited installment in the franchise, has been pushed two weeks forward. The main reason behind this push is to avoid opening against “Tenet.” Let’s have a look at what happened and when the sci-fi comedy film is going to release.
When Bill & Ted Face The Music is going to release now??
As announced, the movie is going to release on August 28. MGM announced about the delay on Friday that the movie release is being pushed to some other date due to the release of ‘Tenet’ on Aug. 12, as announced by Warner Bros.
With the delay of Bill & Ted Face The Music and announcement of the release of ‘Tenet,’ Disney also delayed for the third time the theatrical release of ‘The Mulan’ from July 24 to August 21. Also, the release of ‘Without Remorse’ is pushed forward from October 2 to February 26.
The movie Bill & Ted Face The Music revolves around the character of Reeves and Winter in the middle age. Reeves and Winter’s characters realize that their band has to create a song that will encourage their utopian community, and they now have only 78 minutes left to do it so as to save the world.
Meet the Cast:
The movie sees Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter reprise their roles from 1989’s Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and 1991’s Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine plays the roles of their daughters. Other casts in the film includes,
- Kristen Schaal
- Kid Cudi
- Anthony Carrigan
- Jayma Mays
- Erinn Hayes
- Jillian Bell
- Beck Bennett
- Holland Taylor
Other reasons for the delay of the film
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all the theatres are closed since mid-march. Major cinema chains were closed, but now they have started to reopen slowly. But the studios are still worried that the viewers might not return due to the fear of the virus despite the safety protocols that are being followed, such as mandatory masks, social distancing, and reduced number of viewers in one place. These fears also led the filmmakers to delay the film further.