‘Bill & Ted 3: Face the Music’ is the next domino to fall.
The long-awaited sequel has had its release date pushed back by two weeks, in order to avoid it opening alongside ‘Tenet’. ‘Tenet’ was pushed back due to an increase in Covid-19 cases.
With an original release date of August 14th, ‘Bill & Ted’ will now open on August 28th.
This follows an ongoing change of release dates, once more. When the Coronavirus first struck, dozens of movies were pushed back. Some even by a year. Distributors had hoped things would be easing off by now, but it seems it might be a tad too early.
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‘Mulan’ is another film that recently got moved too. Scheduled originally for March and then July, it will now open in cinemas on the 21st August.
A basic synopsis for Bill & Ted Face the Music reads:
‘A visitor from the future tells best friends Bill and Ted that one of their songs can save life as we know it and bring harmony to the universe.’