Century Fox released their second trailer for the anticipated biopic of Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, revealing more insights on what to expect in the film about the iconic British band’s rise to fame.
The trailer opens up with a montage of the recognizable Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium, and the band’s preparation for the musically historic moment. The dialogue opens with Freddie Mercury, played by actor Rami Malek, introducing himself to his future band mates Roger Taylor and Brian May.
The trailer briefly takes us down the road of Queen’s journey to fame and stardom. From their evolution in style, image, sound and crowds – one bandmember states “You’re a legend, Freddie,” in which case Malek responds, “we’re all legends.”
The trailer also shows a glimpse of the curiosity around Mercury’s personal life, to which Malek responds, “what more do you need to know? I make music.” It is safe to assume that the film will highlight Mercury’s sexuality in the film, as the trailer shows hints of the singer’s controversial love life. We see scenes of Mercury with his first girlfriend Mary Austin, as well as shots of Mercury displaying more than casual interactions with a man later on in his career.
Bohemian Rhapsody stars Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Mike Myers, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aiden Gillen, and Tom Hollander and is set to be released Nov. 2.
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