In other WHY DON’T WE HAVE SITE-TO-SITE TRANSPORTERS YET news for this October, 20th Century Fox’s Queen biopic film Bohemian Rhapsody will have it’s world premiere at London’s historic Wembley.
For fans of Queen, you know the significance of the location to the band, Wembley Stadium the site of the ground-breaking Live Aid concert in 1985. Unfortunately, the premiere will NOT be taking place in the Stadium, but instead in the Arena, which is still pretty awesome.
Starring Rami Maleck as Queen’s legendary frontman Freddie Mercury, the film was originally directed by Bryan Singer, but completed by Dexter Fletcher. Singer will retain credit however, due to how much of the film was completed at the time of his firing.
Bohemian Rhapsody also stars Lucy Boynton as Mary Austin (Mercury’s lifelong companion), Gwilym Lee as Brian May (Queen’s lead guitarist), Ben Hardy as Roger Taylor (Queen’s drummer), Joseph Mazzello as John Deacon (Queen’s bass guitarist), and Aidan Gillen as John Reid (Queen’s second manager).
The official soundtrack just released over the weekend, featuring some never before released tracks from the Live Aid concert.
Bohemian Rhapsody hits theaters on November 2nd, 2018.