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Things We Saw Today: Keanu Reeves Shared Some Excellent Bill & Ted 3 Plot Details

While promoting John Wick 2: The Wickening (okay that subtitle’s not real), Keanu Reeves appeared on the Graham Norton Show. Norton got Reeves talking about the possible plot for the (honestly inevitable) Bill & Ted 3 movie.

  • Speaking of epic sequels, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 apparently scored a “rare perfect 100.” That sounds awesome, but there’s one caveat to that score: it was from an internal Marvel friends and family-type screening. They say that it’s rare, but… well, whatever. You were gonna see it anyway, weren’t you? (via The Hollywood Reporter)
  • SyfyWire has been honoring some wonderful black heroes for Black History Month, and today, they honored none other than the Black Panther himself, T’Challa.

Winds in the east, there’s a mist comin’ in
Like somethin’ is brewin’ and ’bout to begin.
Can’t put me finger on what lies in store,
But I feel what’s to happen all happened before.

  • Remember Bubbles, Michael Jackson’s pet chimp? He’ll be getting the big screen treatment courtesy of director Taika Waititi in a stop motion-animated feature. Dang, alright. (via Deadline)
  • The creators of FTL, the addictive space-sim/strategy game you likely wasted hella hours on in 2012, just released a trailer for their brand new entry: Into the Breach. It’s FTL meets XCOM meets Pacific Rim, and if those three titles don’t get you all riled up and excited, then we can’t be friends. (via Polygon)


Finally, here’s a fun capper for you: enjoy this Doctor Strange blooper reel. It’s some of your favorite actors and actresses getting funny on set and wasting Marvel’s precious production dollars! You go, stars. <3 (via Nerdist)

What’d you see today?

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