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Trailer for FilmStruck's 'Seventh Seal' + 'Bill & Ted' Double Feature

"Choose your game. And if you lose, you will stay here in hell forever..." This is totally bogus! FilmStruck and the Criterion Channel have debuted a wacky, crazy, fun new trailer for their fantastic "Friday Night Double Feature" - Ingmar Bergman's The Seventh Seal (1957) with Peter Hewitt's Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991). For those who have seen the Bill & Ted sequel, there's a big part in the middle of it where they get stuck in hell (after being killed by evil robot versions of themselves) that is an homage to the chess scene in The Seventh Seal, where a medieval knight plays against Death. It's a iconic part of Bill & Ted, so FilmStruck decided to pair these two as a double feature - and it's a match made in heaven hell. This video combines the two movies and it's totally rad. As a big fan of Bill & Ted,
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Bill and Ted 3 Writer Reveals New Characters and Cameo Details

Earlier this week, MGM, Orion Pictures and Bloom made the announcement fans have been waiting decades for, that Bill & Ted 3, now titled Bill & Ted Face the Music, is finally happening, with international sales starting this week at the Cannes Film Festival. Today we have new details on this long-awaited sequel from writer Ed Solomon, who wrote 1989's Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and the 1991 follow-up Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, alongside Chris Matheson. While the announcement featured an official plot synopsis, Ed Solomon offered his own synopsis that includes new details including Bill and Ted's daughters, and more. Here's what he had to say, when asked about the sequel's story.

"Bill and Ted were told at 16 that they were going to be the greatest people who ever lived. That they were gonna write a song that is going to save the world, and it hasn't happened. And now they are middle-aged men.
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'Bill & Ted 3' Is Officially Happening; Here's Everything We Know

We've been hearing about a third Bill & Ted movie forever. It almost seemed like just a pipe dream for the fans as well as stars Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves. Well, now you can go back in time and tell your younger self to keep positive, because Bill & Ted Face the Music is really happening. Yes, really. The follow-up to the 1989 sci-fi comedy Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and its first sequel, 1991's Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, is currently in pre-production. And producers are officially shopping for international distribution deals this week at the Cannes Film Festival, according to The Hollywood Reporter. For all the known details, check out everything we know about the long-awaited installment...
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Bill and Ted 3 Is Officially Happening with Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter

The Cannes Film Festival kicks off today with an announcement that fans have been waiting 27 years for. Bill & Ted 3 is finally, officially happening with the title Bill & Ted Face the Music. Bloom has brought this sequel to Cannes to kick off international sales, with Bloom handling international and MGM releasing the film domestically through its Orion Pictures company. Bloom has also released the first official synopsis for this sequel, which you can check out below.

"When we last met Bill and Ted they were time-traveling teenagers trying to pass history class and win the battle of the bands. Once prophesized to save the universe with their rock and roll, middle age and the responsibilities of family have caught up with these two best friends who have not yet fulfilled their destiny. They've written thousands of tunes, but they have yet to write a good one, much less the greatest song ever written.
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New ‘Bill & Ted 3’ Details Revealed; Writer Ed Solomon Likens It to ‘A Christmas Carol’

New ‘Bill & Ted 3’ Details Revealed; Writer Ed Solomon Likens It to ‘A Christmas Carol’
The long-awaited Bill & Ted 3 might actually, maybe, possibly really happen. A third film in the Bill & Ted franchise has been in the works for a long while, with writers Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson — who wrote Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey — beginning work on a script back in 2010. The sequel has never officially been set up at a studio, but given Solomon and Matheson’s passion for the characters and stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter’s desire to return, the writers wrote a script completely on …
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'Bill and Ted' Star: Films Helped Me Cope With Childhood Sexual Trauma

'Bill and Ted' Star: Films Helped Me Cope With Childhood Sexual Trauma
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure star Alex Winter recently revealed that he is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse in a new interview with BBC Radio 5 live's Adrian Chiles.

But, the actor-turned-filmmaker said, working on the set of the original 1989 film, and then again for the 1991 sequel Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, was instrumental in helping him push past the scars of abuse.

"The movies are what they are, they're silly and all that, I don't hold them in overly high estimation as works of art or anything, but we
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Ackland: Demi Moore Is Not Very Bright

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Ackland: Demi Moore Is Not Very Bright
Veteran actor Joss Ackland has blasted Passion Of Mind co-star Demi Moore as "not very bright or talented." The 73-year-old star has also lashed out at himself, admitting that most of his work was "awful." Bemoaning the parts offered to him, he says, "I'm so tired of not being able to make a movie without a car chase, or the villain dying twice. It's all exactly the same." Ackland confesses that many of the roles he has undertaken in his 50 year career were just for the money or to settle bets. The 72-year-old says, "I do an awful lot of crap, but if it's not immoral, I don't mind. I'm a workaholic. I was in Mad Dogs And Englishmen, with Liz Hurley, which was God-awful and quite rightly torn to shreds. Then there was Passion Of Mind last year with Demi Moore. Terrible script. Awful, actually, but I needed the money." Ackland also says he "regretted" appearing in Bill And Ted's Bogus Journey, starring Keanu Reeves, and his cameo in a Pet Shop Boys video.

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