Bill and Ted Face the Music will premiere simultaneously on streaming services and in select movie theaters that are open starting Friday, Aug. 28. This means that anyone who wants to find out what happens 30 years down the road when their favorite time-traveling slackers get back together will have several options, whether that be heading safely to their local movie theater, or watching it in the comfort of their own home.
Given the pandemic and the fact many theaters are still not open for interested people to watch the movie, the distributor, Orion Pictures, is doing things a little differently this time, which is why you’re able to watch it the day it releases, at home on demand.
Amazon: To watch Bill and Ted Face the Music on Amazon, it will cost $25 for an HD rental.
Fandango: To watch Bill and Ted Face the Music on Fandango, it will cost $20 for a rental. It’s also offering 50 percent off a rental for any of their other 100 movies.
AppleTV: To rent Bill and Ted Face the Music on AppleTV, it will cost $25.
Google Play: To rent Bill and Ted Face the Music on Google Play, it will cost $25.
Vudu: To rent Bill and Ted Face the Music on Vudu, it will cost $25.