Kevin Smith Cried After Watching The New Bill & Ted Movie
Kevin Smith has seen the new Bill & Ted movie - Face The Music - and says he thinks it's 'f***ing wonderful'.
The director/writer watched it over the weekend and loved it that much, he said he cried after seeing it.
The reboot, which features Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, is out later this summer, but of course, with Smith getting a preview, he's got us all the more excited for it.
Speaking about the movie on a live edition of his FatMan Beyond podcast, Kevin Smith revealed that he was able to see Bill & Ted Face the Music.
Smith said: "I saw a movie today, and it was f***ing wonderful. Now, I was blazed, high as a kit as the kids used to say and stuff like that, on the weed...
"So I was fully weeded up when I sat down to get to view this movie. I saw Bill & Ted Face the Music and it is f***ing wonderful."
He added: "It is adorable... I hope that doesn't sound dismissive, I need everyone to remember unlike say Cheech & Chong or what are the other guys, Jay and Silent Bob, those cats were R-Rated movies.
"Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure is as 'you can watch it with your family' as it gets. Knowing that going into this, that's kind of important, it's a family film, it's wonderful. It's absolutely adorable, they stuck the landing."
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The first official trailer for Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure dropped just a few weeks ago, you can see it here:
The trailer was announced on the movie's official Twitter account, which wrote: "Whoa. The wait is finally over, dudes! Keanu Reeves and @Winter star in the first official trailer for Bill & Ted Face the Music! Watch now! And remember: be excellent to each other."
Earlier today, the same account shared the first poster from the movie, which sees Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter reprise their roles as the titular time-travellers Theodore Logan and Bill S. Preston.
While we've not got a release date yet - and there's a chance that it might be pushed back because of you-know-what - we know from the poster that we're looking at 'Summer 2020'.
As far as the plot for the film goes, we rejoin our unlikely heroes still unfulfilled on their musical quest, but weighed down by the expectations of family life and adulthood.
However, as you might expect, they're then called on a time-travelling escapade in which it turns out that only their tunes can bring harmony and alignment back to the universe.
That old chestnut, eh?
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