Back in 2012, the long-rumoured third Bill & Ted movie took a big step towards becoming a reality when it was announced that Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest) had signed on to direct the returning Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves as Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan.
Since that time the project seems to have remained stationery, despite its two stars popping up every six months or so to tease the third adventure. Well, Alex Winter is at it again, offering up a few words to The Next Web and explaining that Bill & Ted 3 has the potential to be funnier than its predecessors given that its characters are now older.
“It’s exciting to come back to the characters. The fun thing about them is that they’re ageless. You play them in terms of who they are spiritually. Their mannerism and physicality are not tied to age. We played them like 9-year-old kids. They still have that quality. The comic potential of that becomes even better as it becomes more discordant. It will be funnier because they’re older.”
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