Girl at Mall: Oh, my God!
[laughs with her friend at Freud’s introduction]
Sigmund Freud: You both seem to be suffering from a mild form of hysteria. Girl at Mall: You are such a geek!
[walks off with her friend] Billy the Kid: Way to go, egghead! Socrates: GEEK!
[laughs] Sigmund Freud: What is a geek?
Sigmund Freud was born on this day in 1856.
Oh, OK! One more!
Police Psychiatrist: I wanna know why you claim to be Sigmund Freud. Sigmund Freud: Why do you claim I’m not Sigmund Freud? Police Psychiatrist: Why do you keep asking me these questions? Sigmund Freud: Tell me about your mother.
[By the way, maybe it’s just me, but every time I see Socrates’ name now, I keep thinking it is pronounce “So Crates.” Thanks Bill and Ted!]
Bill S. Preston, esq. and Ted Theodore Logan, the Wyld Stallyns themselves, will be returning to the big screen.
According to ContactMusic.com, Keanu Reeves confirmed that BILL & TED 3, the third instalment of the cult ‘Bill & Ted’ franchise, is officially on its way. The following is from the site:
The actor, who played Ted in the movies, says the writers are around six weeks away from a draft of the script, reports MTV News.
The actor says ‘Bill & Ted 3’ is likely to build on previous storylines, saying, “When we last got together, part of it was that Bill and Ted were supposed to have written the song that saved the world, and it hasn’t happened. So they’ve now become kind of possessed by trying to do that. Then there’s an element of time and they have to go back”. Previously, Reeves had said that the original screenwriters Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon were “going to try and see” if they could write something. ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ in 1989 and the sequel ‘Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey’ in 1991 co-starred Reeves and Alex Winter as high school students traveling through time to piece together a history project. In the third movie, the characters are now in their mid-forties, something that Reeves described as “pretty excellent”.
Before beginning work on ‘BILL & TED 3′, Keanu Reeves will first star in the action-drama ’47 Ronin’ about a band of samurais who set out to avenge the death of their master.
I wonder how they will explain what happened to Rufus, who was played by the late George Carlin. And it will be great to see Keanu go back to his most believable role.