In 2020, however, a major theatrical release looks very different from a year ago. Bill & Ted Face the Music, the third installment of the franchise with Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, is another film that is struggling with a global pandemic that keeps cinema-goers away from crowded cinemas, as well as a whole host of other adjustments to everyday work Life.
While some films will be deported until further notice – like Disney’s Mulan – others will find a home on the small screen through video-on-demand.
Thanks to a tweet in July, Wild Stallyns fans found that Bill & Ted Face the Music will be available in cinemas on September 1 and upon request. The tweet did not specify which platforms the film will be accessible on or how much it will cost. but it’s probably like Google Play or Apple.
Bill & Ted Face the Music, who quickly move to video on demand, follow other 2020 releases such as Trolls World Tour, Birds of Prey, and Sonic the Hedgehog Falls.
Until then, viewers can expect another story about how important Bill & Ted’s music is to everyone’s survival. A trailer revealed that the couple had to write a song to save the world, so they decided to visit the future and take the song they had already written. In addition: they now have daughters who help them with their new excellent search.