Little has been slow to grow the rumor of a sequel after the success that has reaped at the box office and among the criticism of public and experts the biopic Queen with Rami Malek in the lead. His performance was an Oscar in the last edition of the awards and now, he could return to be part of a sequel that, according to the rumor that has emerged after an interview with Rudi Dolezal, could be closer than we imagine.
Four Oscar awards for the biopic of the year
Without a doubt, Bohemian Rhapsody has been one of the most important films of 2018. He managed to surprise on the night of the Golden Globes and in the last edition of the Oscars he took four statuettes, including the Best Actor for Rami Malek. That's why it doesn't sound weird to hear that a movie sequel It is a possible option.
The possible sequel to Bohemian Rhapsody
The alarm voice emerged after the interview on Page Six of Rudi Dolezal, director of several Queen music videos. "I'm sure he plans a sequel that starts with Live Aid"said Dolezal. It refers to manager of the band, Jim Beach, which according to Delezal's statements is very interested in continuing the success of Bohemian Rhapsody With a sequel. In the interview, the director added that this second film is being "much discussed in the Queen family."
The news has not yet been confirmed, but Brian May, Queen's guitarist and one of the members who agreed to perform and actively participate in the Oscar-winning biopic, already declared in November 2018 in Louder magazine that the point at which the film ended, the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium, was “a good point to leave it”, because the musician said “who knows, there could be a sequel”.
Bohemian Rhapsody It deals with the first period of Queen's history, from the moment the band formed when Freddie Mercury became its singer until the legendary Live Aid charity concert in 1985. At the moment it is just a rumor that travels Hollywood, but we have been amazed at the idea of being able to enjoy Malek again in a sequel, although nothing has been confirmed yet.