Keanu Reeves talked about a possible new "Bill & Ted" film. During a media promo tour for his soon-to-be-released film "47 Ronin", the "Constantine" actor revealed there was indeed a plan to make a third installment for the classic time-travelling movie series.
"Yeah, there's a story; there's a script," he spilled on "Today" show. "We're trying to get the dough together to make this crazy story." He played coy when asked about the possible storyline for his character Ted and his buddy Bill (Alex Winter), teasing, "They do indeed evolve."
The first film "Excellent Adventure" was released in 1989, and the second one "Bogus Journey" came out in 1991. It followed Bill and Ted time travelling in a phone booth as slacker high schoolers. It's been over 20 years, and Reeves said he would very much love to reprise his role again.
"I'm open to the idea of that," the star gushed. "I think it's pretty surreal, playing 'Bill & Ted' at 50. But we have a good story in that. You can see the life and joy in those characters, and I think the world can always use some life and joy."
Reeves was last seen in Chinese-American martial arts film "Man of Tai Chi" which also marked his directorial debut. His next movie "47 Ronin" is slated for U.S. release on this coming Christmas Day.