**WATCH***Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter Made a “Bill & Ted” Graduation Video for San Dimas High School

Vintage television concept. Stack of retro tv set on green background. 3d


Some of the graduating class might not know who Bill and Ted are, but this is cool!

The third “Bill & Ted” movie is supposed to hit theaters this August.  We’ll see if that still happens.  Early last month, screenwriter Ed Solomon said the first trailer was a few weeks away, and we’re still waiting.

But co-stars KEANU REEVES and ALEX WINTER DO have something new out this week.  They’re both in the new virtual graduation video for San Dimas High School near L.A. . . . the same school they went to in the movies.


There’s a 45-second clip buried 18 minutes in, where they congratulate all the seniors and mix in some “Bill & Ted” references.


First they drop a line about the “Wyld Stallyns”, their band in the movies.  Then they talk about how “San Dimas High School football rules” . . . and tell them all to “be excellent to each other.”


You can check it out on YouTube.  Search for “SDHS Graduation of the Class of 2020,” and skip to 18-and-a-half minutes in.

(Even in San Dimas, I wonder how many 18-year-olds got those references.  The first movie came out in 1989, over a decade before they were even born.)