Keanu Reeves' Bill and Ted 3 has a 'huge British feel'
Keanu Reeves' 'Bill & Ted 3' is going to be set in the UK.
The 51-year-old actor - who played Theodore 'Ted' Logan in the previous two iconic comedy films, 1989's 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' and 1991's 'Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey' - will reprise his role in the new film, which will have "huge British feel" to it, with the script ready to go.
A source revealed: "The script is already written for the third film and much of it is set in the UK.
"The whole film is going to have a huge British feel."
Reeves will be embark on another adventure as he time-travels to London and meets with Britain's Queen and the late British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
The source added to The Sun newspaper: "They'll time-travel through London and meet historical figures, meaning the Queen and Winston Churchill could get cameos.
"The producers think fans have been waiting long enough now for another sequel. British fans especially are going to love it."
Last year, Alex Winter - who played Bill S. Preston Esq. in the original movies - revealed that Keanu had been re-watching the old films for the last several months and had told him he wanted to revisit the time-travelling franchise.
Alex, 50, said: "He started watching the earliest cuts of this movie a year ago, and was just super into it.
"It's really funny, because I asked him (if he wanted to do a sequel) and I could tell he was waiting for me to ask. Because he was like, 'Yeah, duh.' "
The movie is yet to receive a release date.