Few more surprising successes than that of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ . It was clear that the Queen tape and the figure of Freddie Mercury ensured success but the biopic was catapulted at the box office beyond any dramatic film before, rubbing shoulders with superheroes and reaching 900 million gross.So even though Freddie Mercury’s story and tragic ending is what it is, rumors of a possible sequel to squeezing the goose for the golden eggs have been constant ever since.
Brian May , who confessed the other day on Instagram that he had injured his buttocks while taking care of his garden, spoke of the possible sequel in an interview with Rolling Stones :There are a million things that happened to us in our career that we couldn’t show in the movie since it has to be simplified to make it visible.
But I don’t think there is another movie there. That is the beginning and end of the story. I think we should look at something else. We have other ideas, but I don’t think a sequel will happen. We have examined it very seriously.That is, we may have another Queen movie but it may not act as a sequel to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.
We could think that it will be an approach to another member of the group, to the gestation of another song, about a specific moment such as, for example, how the group overcame the death of Mercury … Etc. Everything is lucubrations until May clarifies what are those ideas they have.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is available on Movistar +.Earlier, Sacha Baron Cohen (who originally signed on to play the role of Mercury) claimed that Rani wanted Mercury to die in the middle of the film, the focus of the second half being “how the band went from strength to strength Continues “. . Brian May responded by calling Cohen’s claims “utter nonsense”.