Party it up, guys! Bill & Ted Face the Music is now available to stream and here’s how to watch


Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter return in Bill & Ted Face the Music. Photos d’Orion

The highly anticipated and daring new film Bill and Ted face the music is now available for streaming. The third film in this classic slacker series starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winters already has an 80% “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is receiving early praise. CNET’s Bonnie Burton calls it a “joyful, fun and charming adventure, and a great reminder of how music can bring us together in these times of chaos.” Read it Bill & Ted 3 review here (but note that there is a spoiler in the story).

Bill & Ted’s latest adventure hit some theaters on Friday, but you don’t have to leave the comfort of your own home to watch Bill & Ted right now on various VOD platforms. Here’s everything you need to know about your best comedy viewing options. Party it up, guys!

Rent Bill & Ted Face the Music for $ 20

Buy it for $ 25

A few things to keep in mind:

  • Prices seem the same in all areas: $ 20 for a rental, $ 25 for purchase. If you plan to watch the movie more than once outside of that initial 48 hour window, the option to buy is the way to go.
  • The Amazon Prime Video rental is HD, although all other streaming services include all resolutions via 4K UHD.
  • If you rent the new Bill & Ted movie from Fandango Now, the streaming service gives you a promo code with purchase that you can use to rent one of the other 118 films at 50% off. Fandango Now has created a Movie Duos page with every movie you can imagine, including the two original Bill & Ted movies, as well as Bad Boys, Hot Fuzz, Thelma & Louise, The Blues Brothers and many more.
  • This movie is not Movies everywhere compatible, so it will only be available in the service you are renting or purchasing it from.

Cinema in the era of the crown

Major theatrical releases in 2020 are not happening quite the same way as before due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Bill and Ted face the music, the third installment of the franchise starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, was another film grappling with a global Covid19 pandemic it keeps moviegoers from stepping out of a crowded theater, along with a whole list of changes in everyday life.

While some films postpone a theatrical release until further notice, others find homes on the small screen through video on demand, such as Mulan de Disney.

Bill & Ted’s quick follow-up of Face the Music to video on demand follows in the footsteps of other 2020 releases like Trolls World Tour, Birds of Prey et Sonic the Hedgehog which allowed viewers to watch them safely from the comfort of their quarantine bunkers.

After Bill & Ted’s excellent adventure and Bill & Ted’s fictitious journey, Face the Music is another story about how the music of Ted’s band ‘Theodore’ Logan and Bill S. Preston Esq. – the Wyld Stallyns – is vital to the survival of the human race. A trailer revealed that the titular duo must write a song to save the world, so they decide to visit the future and take the song, which has already been written, on their own. Their daughters are also there to help them in their excellent new quest.

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