Wednesday, July 11, 2007

'Bill & Ted' planned without original stars


This is Bogus news indeed !!!!!


The sequel to the Bill & Ted movies has been given the go ahead, but it will not star the original leads Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter.

It has been over twenty years since the last film was made, which threw Reeves and Winter into the spotlight with its blockbuster success.

The franchise about two time travelling teenagers will have a third installment added when it goes into production later this year.

It was thought both Winter and The Matrix actor Reeves had wanted to reprise their roles but according to The Times Reeves' agent advised him against it because he was concerned it would ruin his career.

MGM Studios and 360 Pictures have joined forces with horror producer Frank Mancuso Jr. to make the movie with new leads.

5 comments:

Jim said...

Most heinous!!!

I'd much prefer another sequel with aging characters than this garbage. Think about that statement! ha!

allen said...

GET ORIGINAL!!!! cAN'T ANYONE IN HOLLYWOOD COME UP WITH AN ORIGINAL THOUGHT?!?!!? SO SICK OF THIS! AND i WAS IN SUCH A GOOD MOOD!!!!

Steve said...

Totally bogus, dude!

pete* said...

Most-heinous!

Dylan said...

Dude Where's my Car felt a bit like an unofficial sequel. Can't see the point of making a proper sequel without the originals though.