Dave Grohl is reportedly set to make a cameo in Bill & Ted: Face The Music.
The anticipated film sees Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves reprising their iconic roles as Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan and Bill S. Preston respectively, which they first played in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure in 1989.
Now, Rolling Stone reports that the pair will be joined on the latest instalment of their time-travelling adventures by the Foo Fighters frontman, who will make a brief appearance in the anticipated movie.
His cameo has also been listed on his own IMDB page, which states that he’ll appear as himself in the latest instalment of the beloved sci-fi buddy comedy series.
He joins the likes of Kid Cudi and Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, with Butler set to portray a levitating member of The Future Council.
— Bill & Ted Face the Music (@BillandTedUK) July 23, 2020
It was confirmed yesterday that it will hit UK cinemas on September 23, marking one of the only regions where it will receive a theatrical release due to coronavirus.
An official soundtrack for Bill and Ted Face The Music will also land this month (August 28) and feature a new song from Weezer, which was shared online last week
“When we announced the movie, we had so many people asking for ways they could be involved, and this notion came up quite early in the process,” screenwriter Ed Solomon explained to Collider.
“The instant it did, we were like, ‘Oh man this is exactly in the spirit of inclusiveness that embodies Bill & Ted,’ and we all jumped on it right away. Now that we’re almost finished with post-production we’re ready to do it.”