What if Bill and Ted became a year round showUniversal Orlando: What us your thoughts on this?
From Andrew DoughertyWhat if Universal ran a Bill and Ted show year round. It could be different for hhn and could go into refurbishments every February for new script to change up the show. However fear factor live would be gone forever wich is a good thing in most peoples eyes
Posted May 8, 2012 at 10:15 PM
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From Mike GallagherIf Bill and Ted were still the pop-culture touchstones they were when the first movie came out, I'd say that's a terrific idea. But most people today, other than those who've seen the show at Universal, have no clue.
Posted May 9, 2012 at 3:39 AM
That reminds me, though, I've been wanting to watch that original movie again..it's been many years. RIP Clarence, George, and Keanu Reeves' career.
From Brandon MendozaI'd actually prefer this to any of the stuff like Spider-Man Rocks, Beetlejuice, or Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Posted May 10, 2012 at 4:13 PM
Despite the movies not being relevant or popular right now, the last of the Trilogy is in production I believe or at least has been green-lit.
And considering most people would rather have ghost chilis rubbed in their eyes and have fire ants dropped in their pants instead of watching Waterworld the movie, yet the Waterworld Stunt show is phenomenal... I'd say that this show has a chance! With the jokes being updated at least annually, it could be Universal's answer to Aladdin's constantly up-to-date Genie!
From Rob PBrandon.
Posted May 11, 2012 at 5:21 AM
Bill & Ted better than Beeteljuice ? Really ? Have to agree to differ on that one.
Of course it's better than Spiderman Rocks. Everything and anything is better than that embarrassing debacle.
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