Bohemian Rhapsody Sequel – Is Now Possible

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Wait, WHAT?!!!!!! WHAT?!!!!


Is this a real life? Or is this just fantasy, caught in a sequel for Bohemian Rhapsody! The Queen biopic film already made $875 million worldwide, and it’s one of the biggest musical biographies ever to hit the theaters. The film itself won four Academy Awards, including one for Rami Malek as Best Actor.

So, the question is, is it really relevant to make a Bohemian Rhapsody sequel?

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According to a report, someone thinks it is plausible to make a sequel. They  explained the idea as being discussed right now:

“Rudi Dolezal — who directed videos for the band, and became close with Mercury during his life — told Page Six in an interview about Queen’s legendary manager Jim Beach, ‘I’m sure he plans a sequel that starts with Live Aid.’ Dolezal added that the follow-up film is now, ‘being heavily discussed in the Queen family.’”

Bohemian Rhapsody, if you remember the film, and sorry for those who didn’t manage to watch it (SPOILER), it ended with Live Aid, which took place in 1985; so there are still stories left untold because Freddie Mercury didn’t pass away until 1991, so there’s that possibility to explore what happens next.

Hope Queen’s associate can convince Malek to come back and play the role of Freddie one more time. He was such a big part of Bohemian’s success and his performances were undeniably an Oscar material, and he did win it. If Malex would reprise his role as the Queen for one last time, then he has our full support!

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