Stop the Bill & Ted Remake sign now

According to several sources MGM is planning on a remake of Bill & Teds Excellent Adventure. The plan is to set Bill & Ted as the high school class of 2010 on the verge of failing their history class.

There is no phone booth.

Wild Stallions is now Atomic Gorillas

Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves have both passed on any appearances.

According to one source: theres a few less Whoas than there was in the original, and the screenwriter has gone out of his way to throw in a bunch of references to all the cool and hip stuff the youngins are into today (for instance, Bill & Ted are worried that theyre going to miss The Dark Knight).

This blasphemy must be stopped. We the undersigned want MGM to stop the production of this sacrilegious remake.

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