Check Out the First Teaser for BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY Starring Rami Malek

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In the trailer Malek is seen playing Mercury in different periods from the band's long career. Director Dexter Fletcher was a late addition, as well; his predecessor, Brian Singer was sacked late previous year due to repeated absences from the set during filming.

In the works since at least 2010, the movie traces the band's rise to its zenith at Live Aid in 1985 and tells the moving story of Mercury, who died in 1991 aged 45 after contracting AIDS. It's nearly as if this feels teaser makes Bohemian Rhapsody feel more like a cheap, made-for-TV movie than anything else.

The 90-second trailer also gets the enigma around the band correct with some really good background score selection.

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The Bohemian Rhapsody trailer for the upcoming Queen biopic just dropped (below) and it looks bloody awesome. Mercury had arguably one of the greatest voices ever in the rock and is one of the most popular figures in the genre.

As a medley of their classic hits plays in the background, Rami perfectly embodies the powerful singer.

An official synopsis follows below. Plus, we expect a lot of the focus to be on the main singer and incredible entertainer, Freddie Mercury. In the process, cementing the legacy of a band that were always more like a family, and who continue to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day.

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The release date for the film has shifted slightly - in its favour - moving up to 24 October in the United Kingdom and 2 November in the States.

Mike Myers and Tom Hollander will also appear in the film.

What did you think of this trailer, will you be checking out this film?

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Malek revealed that May reached out directly via email to let him know that the movie brought the musician to tears, assuring that Mercury would be "proud" of the project.

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