Keanu Reeves might be half a century old, but he certainly doesn’t look like it.

It’s been three decades since he first played the totally rad dude ‘Ted Logan’ in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, the movie that helped Keanu gain widespread popularity. The movie was his first popular success, and the movie became a cultural phenomenon.

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Now, 30 years later, Keanu Reeves is back on the set for a Bill & Ted sequel.

Keanu Spotted On Set in an Open Robe

Keanu was spotted on the set of the new movie, Bill & Ted Face the Music, sporting jeans, brown sneakers, and an open blue robe. But that’s not the real story here. The real story here is that under that open robe, you can see Keanu’s toned shirtless body, and he definitely is not sporting a dad bod!

Talk about looking good for your age. I can hear all the Keanu fans shrieking with delight from here!

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It looks like he may have been taking a quick food break to refuel, carrying his leather-bound script, a bowl of oatmeal, and bottled water. Keanu looked a little out of character compared to what he has been spotted in lately on set. He has been sporting some much wilder looks, like a red tuxedo and a mullet mohawk.

One can only hope that Keanu and his co-star Alex Winter will return to some of their signature Bill & Ted surfer dude threads that they sported for the first two films in the franchise.

The Long-Awaited Third Installment of Bill & Ted

The newest sequel to join the Bill & Ted franchise is the long-awaited Bill & Ted Face the Music. This third installment follows Bill S. Preston and Theodore ‘Ted’ Logan several years after they were told that their music would save the universe. The duo are now middle-aged dads living in San Dimas, California, where they are still struggling to produce a hit song and fulfill their destinies.

Although we will see the pair realizing that they didn’t change the world with their band, Wyld Stallyns. But we will also be treated to seeing some late musicians featured in the movie, such as Jimi Hendrix (Dezmann Still), Mozart (Daniel Dorr), and Louis Armstrong (Jeremiah Craft).