Not not like their time-traveling adventures, Invoice S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan are having a little bit of a bother touchdown a launch date for the newest installment, Invoice & Ted Face the Music. Nevertheless, this time round, probably the most triumphant duo are literally hitting theaters sooner than introduced.
In an fascinating transfer given the numerous quantity of uncertainty round opening theater chains throughout the U.S., Invoice & Ted Face the Music has bumped its launch date up from September 1 to August 28. Nevertheless, the highly-anticipated reunion continues to be doing a simultaneous VOD and theater launch, so it’s not like Orion Footage is banking too closely on audiences flocking to theaters particularly with high-profile movies like Mulan and Tenet abandoning August.
Together with the discharge date change, Orion additionally dropped a model new behind-the-scenes video that emphasizes probably the most glorious rapport between stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter. In line with the filmmakers, “every actor who could play 18-years-old” auditioned for the elements of Invoice and Ted throughout casting for the primary film. Reeves and Winter have been introduced again probably the most and paired with different actors, however quickly, the producers observed that the 2 had a struck up a friendship and have been always speaking within the background. That’s once they knew they discovered their heroes.
The function additionally shines a light-weight on actresses Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine, who play Invoice and Ted’s daughters, respectively. Taking after their dads, the 2 women are aspiring musicians who hope to have higher success than the Wyld Stallions. However maybe probably the most fascinating a part of the behind-the-scenes movies are the few pictures of Lundy-Paine who’s just about a lifeless ringer for an early ’80s Keanu Reeves. If the John Wick films are nonetheless round in 30 years, there’s your alternative proper there.
(Through Orion Footage)