Staring Egyptian-American actor Rami Malek as lead singer Freddie Mercury, the trailer begins with a sequence of intercut shots of Queen concerts, with Mercury (Malek) wearing a range of different costumes, from a batwing outfit to a shiny cat-suit to a simple white tank top. The trailer begins with a scene where Malek playing Mercury is engaging with the crowd during a concert. The film will also notably not chronicle the bisexual Mercury's struggle with - and eventual death from - AIDS, an omission which has upset those who would like to see Mercury's status as one of the most high-profile victims of the AIDS Crisis acknowledged in the film. The short clip also showcased numerous key moments in Queen's career, like the creation of their legacy, Bohemian Rhapsody, and the run up to their life changing performance at Live Aid in 1985.
":He was living an extreme life style - debauchery - I mean there were stories of little people with plates with cocaine on their heads walking around parties", he said.
Bryan Singer, famous for X-Men, was the director of the movie but he got fired after he disappeared suddenly from the movie set.
'Yanny' or 'Laurel': What Do You Hear This Voice Saying?
Some people saw a gold and white striped dress in a now viral photo, while others saw the colors blue and black. Now it's Yanny or Laurel. "They are saying they hear "yanny" because they want attention...." another chimed in.
Finally, a due date has been delivered.
Rami Malek will play Mercury in the film, which will be released in November this year.
"He and the band reached unparalleled success and Freddie became one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet, cementing a legacy that continues to this very day". They inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers.
Rihanna's intruder charged with three felonies
Risling said the man had been inside Rihanna's home for about 12 hours before an assistant found him and called police on May 10. Prosecutors allege Leon hopped a fence last Wednesday before entering the house.
Anne Frank's 'dirty jokes' found in hidden diary pages
Announcing their discovery on Tuesday, the Anne Frank Foundation believes the text helped the teenager express her sexuality. The young Jew, then aged 13, and her family had only been in hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam for two months.
NASS lays N9.12trn for 2018
The House of Representatives on Tuesday said the 2018 Appropriation Bill of N9.12 trillion would be passed on Wednesday. The N9.12 trillion-Budget is N410 billion higher than N8.61 trillion appropriated in 2017.
Japan GDP On Tap For Wednesday
The GDP deflator fell 0.2% on year, defying forecasts for a gain of 0.3% following the flat reading in the previous three months. However, there are concerns that trade friction with the USA could affect demand for exports.