Director Bryan Singer has apparently gone AWOL from the set of his Freddie Mercury biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody," not returning to production after the Thanksgiving break. Singer's rep says that his absence is due to a "health matter." Because, I mean, why else would Bryan Singer go missing in this climate?Read More
Rami Malek Is So Perfect as Freddie Mercury That It’s Damn Near Giving Me a Heart Attack. Here’s a Photo.
I'll be able to weather the goings-on in this mad, tumultuous world, so long as I have access to images of Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury. That's basically what's getting me through the day these days.Read More
Matters nothing really. See anyone can. Matters nothing really. Matters nothing really to me.
This Star Wars parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody" certainly isn't the first or only one of its kind, but there's something about it that we can't resist -- and it's usually so very easy to resist silly parody songs. The acting is hammy, the effects aren't great, and the lyrics aren't perfect, but there's just something about it we love. The Force maybe?Read More
You might recall the drunk Canadian man from earlier this year that charmed the pants off the Internet with his shockingly accurate rendition of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" from the back of a police cruiser. That man, Robert Wilkinson, recently made his court appearance to defend himself against the charges stemming from his little incident. He didn't do himself any favors. Wilkinson showed up wearing a horned Viking helmet, a NASA shirt with "I need my space" on display, and sunglasses. Needless to say, it didn't go well.Read More
I'm not really a Queen fan, but the Porkka Playboys have made me care about said band and their epic, operatic rock ballad Bohemian Rhapsody more than ever before. Not only because of the Playboys' deadpan earnestness, or their unique instrumentation (accordion case drumset and melodica, to name a few), but because the entire song is performed within the confines of a ca. 1980 VW Polo. Can't get enough covers of rock songs by a Finnish band in a strange locale? Don't worry, the Playboys also performed The Ace of Spades in a sauna (nothing obscene, but NSFW-ish). (via Neatorama)Read More
The rage comic, turned into a video set to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" by reddit user friend168, is exactly what it sounds like: The entirety of "Bohemian Rhapsody" told with rage faces. The full image can be viewed here, but the comic set to the music video is a lot more fun since Freddy Mercury's vocals sound better in real life than they probably do in your head.
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