Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter Return in First ‘Bill and Ted 3’ Trailer – Rolling Stone

Bill and Ted set out to finally write the song that will unite the world in the first trailer for Bill and Ted 3: Face the Music, which is set to open in theaters August 21st.

The long-awaited film finds Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves reprising their roles as the titular time travelers, although now they’re stuck in the doldrums of middle age, and their band, Wyld Stallyns, is playing $2 taco night showcases instead of bringing the world together in rock & roll harmony.

In the trailer, a visitor from the future warns Bill and Ted that the stakes are now higher than ever, so — after a brief discussion on the nature of copyright law when it comes to time-traveling and stealing from one’s self — the duo jump back in their trusty phone booth and set out to track down their future selves and their life-altering song.

The trailer doesn’t offer too much in the way of plot points, but it does find Bill and Ted encountering some very muscular versions of themselves, and reuniting with their old foe and bandmate from Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, Death (played by William Sadler). Bill and Ted 3 will also feature Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine as Bill and Ted’s respective daughters, Thea and Billie, who join their dads on their journey.

The cast for Bill and Ted 3 also features Kid Cudi (playing himself), Kristen Schaal, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Jillian Bell, Holland Taylor and Beck Bennett. Franchise creators Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon wrote the script, while Dean Parisot directed.

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Veteran actress Anita Linda passes away at 95 | ABS-CBN News

MANILA — Veteran actress Anita Linda passed on Wednesday, June 10, at 6:15 am at age 95 at her home in Paranaque.

Linda’s daughter, Francesca, told ABS-CBN News her mother succumbed to heart failure after several days of labored breathing.

The actress’ daughter also disclosed that Linda had late stage dementia at the time of her passing.

“She lived a good life, love niya ang showbiz. Sobrang pasasalamat namin because everyone is good to her. Love siya ng lahat!” Francesca said.

As of this time, Linda’s family is preparing for the cremation of Linda’s remains at Manila Memorial Park in Sucat, Paranaque.

Alice Lake in real life, Linda left a lasting legacy of films where she showed her prowess as an actress, beginning with the post-war movies “Sawa sa Lumang Simboryo” and “Sisa”; Lino Brocka’s “Hellow, Soldier”; Mike de leon’s “”Sister Stella L”; Brillante Mendoza’s “Lola”; and Adolf Alix’s “Adela” and “Circa,” her last movie in 2019 with Eddie Garcia and other veteran stars.

The sad news was confirmed by director Adolf Alix Jr. in an Instagram post.

“This is a very sad day for me. I am trembling as I am gathering my thoughts… The great Anita Linda has passed away this morning at 6:15 a.m. Prayers for her soul,” Alix wrote in an Instagram post.

In June last year, Linda was honored for her contribution to Philippine cinema at the Dunong ng Isang Ina event, which was part of the Sandaan: 100 Years of Philippine Cinema celebration.

“I feel good. I’m being rewarded, they appreciated it. Maraming salamat sa Diyos,” Linda said in an interview during the event.

Asked of her secret for having a long and successful career, the actress replied: “Siguro pakikisama sa lahat, sa kapwa. Maybe it’s a secret na mahirap intindihin. Bakit nga ba hanggang ngayon ay narito pa ako? Somebody up there loves me. Wala naman akong gagawin sa buhay ko kung hindi umarte.”

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