On August 21, Bill & Ted Face the Music, the long-awaited sequel to the Bill & Ted film series starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, is scheduled to hit theaters — and you can be a part of the fun.
Yes, you. Even if you’re stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re eligible to take part in a new collaborative initiative that could lead you to party on-screen alongside the Wyld Stallyns.
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Want to be a part of Bill & Ted Face The Music? 🎸⚡ You don't even have to leave your home, dude! Just click the link in our bio, follow the instructions, submit your video, then see Bill & Ted Face the Music this Summer! #FaceTheMusic #BillAndTed3 NO PURCH. NEC.18+. Ends May 20, 2020. Official Rules: bit.ly/2WyLlPw
Note that the deadline for this is May 20, so don’t miss your chance! The Wyld Stallyns are pretty cool, after all.
Per a press release, this involves you and your family busting out your best air guitar, or real guitar, all in the name of “rocking out”:
Film yourself, family, friends and even your pets rocking out with instruments – real or fake – or just the air guitar to the film’s demo track provided at https://www.partyonwithbillandted.com. The submission deadline for videos is May 20, 2020.
This link has all the rules, and here are a few key guidelines that are important to know before you go about shredding your axe in the living room:
- It doesn’t matter if you fully “get” the rhythm of the track, the sound from your video (if chosen for whatever the filmmakers have in store) won’t necessarily be used.
- Find the most “interesting” setting for your rock-out video, though of course adhere to safety precautions.
- There’s no limit to entries — you can send in “as many videos as you want,” but just keep them to 30 seconds in length.