Keanu: Bill and Ted set for screen return

Keanu: Bill and Ted set for screen return

Keanu Reeves is thrilled with the script for a third 'Bill and Ted' movie.

The 'Matrix' actor - who starred as Ted Logan in 1989's 'Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures' and its follow-up 'Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey' – is excited about a new instalment of the movie with original co-star Alex Winter and says the script is promising.

He said: "We have a script, we're trying to put it together right now. It's a good script too."

Keanu has previously claimed the latest movie may feature the duo going back in time in an attempt to save the world, and said he is excited about reuniting with Alex and writers Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon.

He said told the Independent newspaper: "Alex and I are still friends and we're talking, and we're talking to Chris and Ed.

"I would love to play the role and I'd love to work with Alex and Chris and Ed again."

"When we last got together, part of it was that Bill and Ted were supposed to have written the song that saved the world, and it hasn't happened.

"I know a little bit, but I don't know - the fellas went off and cooked it up. I don't know what happened when they put the elements together."

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