Does Bill And Ted Face The Music Have A Post-Credits Scene? We Explain The Ending
How does Bill And Ted Face the Music end? Should you stick around afterward for a bonus scene? We explain it all to you.
It may have taken three decades, but the third installment in the Bill & Ted franchise is here. Bill & Ted Face the Music has arrived in select theaters and on digital release for you to enjoy, whether you watch it on its own or watch it along with Excellent Adventure and Bogus Journey for the greatest triple feature of all time.
Bill & Ted Face the Music picks up years after 1991's Bogus Journey, finding Bill and Ted middle-aged and not the wildly successful rock stars they expected to be. They do, however, wind up adventuring across time once again in an attempt to save reality from tearing itself apart. How does it end, though? And should you stick around after the credits? Keep reading to find out.
Warning: The following contains major spoilers for the end of Bill and Ted Face the Music. You're going to want to watch this one, so go away until you've done that, then come back here so we can dig into that ending.
At the climax of the film, Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) realize they aren't the Preston and Logan that are meant to create the song that will save all of time and space. It's actually their daughters that save the day--Bill and Ted are ultimately there to be a part of their band.
So, with Bill and Ted on guitars, the daughters--Billie (Brigette Lundy-Paine) and Thea (Samara Weaving)--gather Jimmy Hendrix, Mozart, Louis Armstrong, Kid Cudi, and a host of other major names from throughout music history to create the song "Face the Music." Death (William Sadler) is also in the band, once again joining Wyld Stallyns as bass player. Together, they all save the day and restore balance to the space-time continuum. There was no way for this to do other than with a happy ending, obviously.
That's the end of the film, but it's not the last we see of Bill and Ted. After the credits, viewers are taken back to the distant future, in which an elderly Bill and Ted rock out one last time in their retirement home. All those years later, they still have it.
Bill & Ted Face the Music is out on digital release and in select theaters now. Make sure to check out our Easter egg guide for anything you might have missed.
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