Invoice and Ted Face the Music has a brand new trailer, a brand new launch date, and a brand new launch technique: the long-awaited third movie within the franchise will now be launched each in theaters and on-demand by way of digital retailers on September 1st.
The brand new Face the Music trailer showcases extra of what to anticipate from the movie, which is able to see Alex Winters and Keanu Reeves reprising their respective roles as Invoice S. Preston, Esq. and Ted “Theodore” Logan. They’re now down-on-their-luck singers who’ve failed to jot down a track so good it literally saves the world.
Because the trailer teases, the duo embarks on a time-traveling journey to steal the track from their future selves. On the similar time, Wilhelmina Billie “Little Invoice” Logan (Brigette Lundy-Paine) and Thea “Little Ted” Preston (Samara Weaving) embark on their very own wonderful journey to recruit a band from throughout time to assist out their dads.
It’s not completely clear when Invoice and Ted Face the Music will hit theaters, given the tumultuous summer season launch schedule attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic. Theaters throughout the nation have shut down, and practically each single main theatrical blockbuster launch is delayed because of this. The film was initially scheduled to launch on August twenty first, however the brand new trailer and poster simply promise it’ll be out someday “this summer season.”
As coronavirus circumstances proceed to surge in america, nevertheless, it appears unlikely that theaters will have the ability to get the type of audiences that they’d in a typical summer season, resulting in the side-by-side launch technique of providing the movie each in theaters (ought to any be open by then) and at dwelling on September 1st.
It additionally speaks to the dimensions of Invoice and Ted Face the Music, which was by no means going to be a $1 billion blockbuster. Different movies, like Warner Bros. Tenet or Disney’s Mulan, have opted to delay releases relatively than go straight to digital in hopes of capitalizing on a bigger and extra profitable theatrical viewers down the road.