Dudes, this is going to be most totally excellent if true! Kevin Smith may have let a surprise posthumous cameo slip on Saturday (July 25) while moderating the Bill and Ted Face the Music panel during the virtual 2020 Comic-Con.
While sharing his reaction to the third film of the franchise, Smith opened up about "how emotional this movie made" him, and what sounds like an appearance by the late George Carlin. "Last half hour of the movie, I am bawling. These are not tears of 'They ruined it!' These are tears of, like, 'This movie's transcendent! Like, 'They cracked the code!'" he gushed at first. "This movie is adorable. It is to be adored. Makes one feel warm in these hopeless times. It's a hopeful movie. It's fun."
"Seeing George pop up for a moment was, like, everything," he added before acknowledging, "I don't know if I'm allowed to say that -- they might cut that out. 'Hearing reference to old friends,' let's say!"