"Bill and Ted Face the Music" stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter talk hologram cameo from the late, great George Carlin.
The actors talk about 21 years of playing Bill and Ted.
As part of the announcement, Orion Pictures released a new trailer for the film, which shares more details about its top-secret plot.
Exclusive: The team behind Bill & Ted Face the Music talk to Total Film about the upcoming threequel
Naya Rivera’s recent death has renewed intense internet speculation about the so-called "Glee" curse, which catalogues the various misfortunes and tragedies that have befallen the young cast of Fox’s hit musical series during and after its six-season run.
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Directed by Alex Winter, the documentary 'Showbiz Kids' features former child actors like Todd Bridges, Mara Wilson, and Milla Jovovich, who all faced different levels of exploitation and/or abuse in the entertainment industry.
The founding members of Wyld Stallyns return for an overdue encore in "Bill & Ted Face the Music."
Actor Alex Winter gave fans a peek behind the scenes of "Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure" on Wednesday after he found some old photos.
Reeves and co-star Alex Winter say that after years of trying, their threequel is totally in production.
Twenty-seven years after we last saw the totally radical pairing of Ted "Theodore" Logan and Bill S. Preston Esq., Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are now confirmed to reprise their roles in a third "Bill & Ted" movie.
Winter remembers the "hellish" experience of being abused as a child star in Hollywood during an interview with BBC 5 Live.
Alex Winter, best known for dude-ing out as one Bill S. Preston, Esquire in the Bill & Ted movies, has reinvented himself since retiring from full-time acting in the early ‘90s. For his follow-up, Deep Web, Winter turned his camera to the case of the online drug market Silk Road and Ross Ulbricht, who today was sentenced to life in prison for his role as “the kingpin of a worldwide digital drug-trafficking enterprise.” The film, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March and debuts worldwide Sunday on Epix, is narrated by Winter’s most famous co-star and longtime friend, Keanu Reeves.
Alex Winter called on an old friend to help him out with his new documentary, Deep Web (which premieres at the SXSW Film Festival this weekend). The movie focuses on Silk Road, the infamous online black-marketplace whose owner was arrested in 2013 on charges ranging from drug trafficking to money laundering. It’s the 49-year-old director’s latest film about web culture, and luckily, he knew someone just as interested in the subject he was: Keanu Reeves, Winter’s former costar from their Bill & Ted glory days.