In a new interview, Keanu Reeves gives fans a cautionary statement about the possibility of Bill & Ted 3 being made.
Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment, the famous actor opens up about the prospect of getting Bill & Ted 3 rolling behind the camera. In the interview, he warns fans to hold all their optimism because a lot still needs to be done.
“I don’t know if it’s a reality. We’ve been trying for a long time to get that film made, and it still has its challenges.”
What challenges exactly? Well, he further explains that business making pushes and pulls, as well as financing, could still halt the film from being made:
“I really love the characters, and I think we have a good story to tell. Part of it is show business stuff — financing, rights, deals. Nothing creatively.”
He also comments about the approach he will take on the much older Theodore Logan and what he thinks the character will be like in the upcoming third film:
“It’ll be interesting to see what that’s like,” he said. “There’d be a lot about him that would be the same, I’m sure; his kind of optimistic naïveté in the face of the darkness will still be there. He has a child now, so I’m sure he’s matured.”
What do you make of Reeves’ comments? Will Bill & Ted 3 come into fruition? Sound off in the comments below.
Bill & Ted 3 still lacks a release date but stay tuned at Heroic Hollywood as details unfold!
SDCC TV Guide Covers Spotlight The Arrowverse, Riverdale, & Supernatural
Warner Bros. Television and TV Guide are once again teaming up for a special Comic-Con edition of TV Guide magazine with different variant covers, and once again, they don’t disappoint, as all four covers look astonishing, with the Arrowverse cover, in particular, looking very eye-catching.
The new cover features Green Arrow (Stephen Amell), White Canary (Caity Lotz), the Flash (Grant Gustin), and Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) — the stars of the CW’s hit superhero shows — each with different colored filters. Joining them this year is none other than the Human Dynamo himself, Black Lightning (Cress Williams), whose own show has recently joined their ranks. But could this also be a bit of foreshadowing within the shows themselves regarding a future crossover? Only Greg Berlanti and his crew know for sure, but they’re probably not talking.
As in the past, TV Guide has shown to go all out when it comes to promoting Comic-Con, and giving the fans what they expect. And with all the surprises at this year’s Comic-Con, it looks like they’re only helping whet the fan’s appetites for what’s to come.
Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Warner Bros.’ DC projects, The CW’s hit television shows, and San Diego Comic-Con coverage when the convention begins. What announcements are you hoping to hear out of San Diego Comic-Con 2018? Share your hopes in the comments section below!
The Flash and Black Lightning return on Tuesday, October 9, Arrow returns on Monday, October 15, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns on October 22, and Supergirl returns on Sunday, October 14.
Source: TV Guide