Denied: No 'Bill and Ted' Sequel


Apr. 4 2008, Published 12:53 p.m. ET

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At the Street Kings premiere Thursday night, Keanu Reeves confirmed that any hope of a Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure reunion is just that — hope.

"If there is plans for a sequel, I'm not there. I don't know. Alex Winter, co-star and I are still friends. But I don't think so."

Reeves shot to fame as the dim-witted Ted in the '80's cult classic, who, along with his buddy, Bill (played by Alex Winter), discovers a phone booth that's actually a time machine. The pair use the machine to travel through time, bringing back a group of historic figures to win their class history project. Reeves and Winter went on to star in the 1991 sequel, Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey.

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But back to the present time. At last night's Street Kings Premiere, Reeves said he spent a lot of time preparing for his role as a conflicted cop.

“I spent some time with some police officers and they were very generous in explaining part of their life," he says. "I guess internalizing and trying to be authentic in terms of the violence was the most challenging…”

For the full interview with Keanu Reeves, tune in to Extra, tonight!


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