Alex Winter

The Strange, Short-Lived ‘Bill and Ted’ TV Show That Time Most Righteously Forgot

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by Britt Hayes July 11, 2016 @ 6:40 PM
MGM
If you were a fan of Bill & Ted in the late ’80s and early ’90s, then you probably recall a time when Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves’ rad, time-traveling high school party dudes were pretty much everywhere. They had their own animated TV spinoff, a Halloween special and even a breakfast cereal (“the most triumphant part of this balanced breakfast!”). What you might not remember is their incredibly short-lived live-action TV series — and who could blame you?

Here’s Another ‘Bill and Ted 3’ Update From Alex Winter to Get Your Hopes Up

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by Britt Hayes April 7, 2016 @ 7:38 PM
MGM
Bill & Ted 3 has been in the works for years, and while that prolonged development time isn’t any worse than, say, waiting for a new Pixar sequel, keep in mind that it’s been 25 years since Bill S. Preston, Esquire and Ted Theodore Logan last graced the big screen. Over the last few years, both Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter have assured fans that they’re very much committed to making the sequel once they’ve perfected the script and budget (and cleared their respective schedules). The latest update comes from Winter, who says the duo could reunite later this year or early next year to film Bill & Ted 3 — which definitely sounds like progress, but don’t start holding your breath just yet.

'Bill & Ted's Bill Creating AMC Drama 'Rights of Bill,' Not A Joke

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 4, 2012 @ 8:30 PM
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'Bill & Ted 3' may never get the phone booth off the ground, but that doesn't mean iconic franchise star Alex Winter is lacking for work. The actor/writer has officially joined the ranks of such AMC producers as Matthew Weiner and Vince Gilligan, selling drama "Rights of Bill" to the cable network. No, it isn't a reference to his air-headed time-travelling character, his excellent adventures or bogus journey, but rather an outlaw Wisconsin sheriff. Would you tune in for 'Rights of Bill?'