Bill & Ted Face the Music gets new trailer, comes to VOD Sept. 1

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter's next adventure will also hit some theaters, a tweet revealed Thursday.

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Get ready to be excellent to each other at home. Bill & Ted Face the Music is coming to on-demand and theaters Sept. 1, the movie's official Twitter account revealed Thursday, along with a triumphant new trailer. It comes ahead of Saturday's San Diego Comic-Con

panel, a virtual event that'll include stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter.

The third movie in the series takes place 29 years after 1989's Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and the pair are still best buds. Maybe too much so for their wives. Their daughters seem to be OK with it though.

Read: Bill & Ted's Alex Winter, Scott Kroopf explain the George Carlin tribute in Face the Music 

It was originally meant to be released on Aug. 21, but got pushed to Aug. 28 last month. It's one of many 2020 blockbusters that have suffered delays as theaters contend with the coronavirus pandemic.

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