Published: Tue, July 17, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

New Trailer Arrives For Bohemian Rhapsody

New Trailer Arrives For Bohemian Rhapsody

The trailer also includes the pounding stomp-clap-stomp-stomp-clap moments at the creation of the bound-for-stadiums "We Will Rock You", and a bit of foreshadowing what lies ahead for done-too-soon Mercury.

The clip not only touches upon lead singer Freddie Mercury's complicated sexuality but also his struggle with AIDS.

The trailer provides glimpses of Mercury's sex life, such as meeting his girlfriend Mary Austin (Lucy Boynton) and then flashes of his male lovers. As we said, put him in the right costume and he looks great, but there's something about his naturally soft speaking voice that just doesn't jibe with the real Freddie's singing voice.

There was a considerable amount of criticism levied at the first trailer for seemingly glossing over real Freddie's history of same-sex attractions and relationships.

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"How many more galileos do you want?"

Later Mercury's health status is referenced.

"What if I don't have time?" "We're all legends", Mercury replies. This undoubtedly refers to the singer's AIDS diagnosis in 1987. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. At one point, the band is concerned that no one will play them on the radio, so they decide to get creative.

Fans have been hearing for years about the long-in-the-works Queen biopic, with everyone from Sacha Baron Cohen to Russell Brand rumoured to be up for the role of flamboyant frontman Freddie Mercury. Queen member Roger Taylor, portrayed by Ben Hardy, says while recording vocals for "Bohemian Rhapsody".

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