Sasha Baron Cohen will star in a Freddie Mercury biopic, after all. Time reported on Saturday that the Brüno star will wear a few more hats than originally expected in the highly-anticipated film about the former Queen frontman. Cohen...Show More Summary
Queen's manager Jim Beach confirms that Sacha Baron Cohen will write, produce, star and direct himself as Freddie Mercury. [...]
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On-again, off-again project is back on after Cohen settles his differences with surviving members of Queen.
In the words of Freddie Mercury, another one bites the dust. On Wednesday, teens all over the world weeped as this generation's favorite boy band One Direction lost a memberZayn Malik left the group "to be a normal 22-year-old who is...Show More Summary
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re talking about songs with a cappella interludes. Queen, “Somebody To Love” (1976) Calling anyone the “greatest” of anything is always asking for trouble. Show More Summary
This video has everything! Attractive women simultaneously grabbing their boobs! A steering wheel! PG-13 crotch shots! The unparalleled voice of Freddie Mercury in hyper-speed! Mascara! Congratulations to SketchShe for making "Bohemian Rhapsody" relevant in 2015. Show More Summary
Let's hope a Freddie Mercury mustache is in the works!
He is the champion.
I’m really not even a huge fan of Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” but this is great, plus just look at that artwork. I feel like Freddie Mercury would approve. Remix by Arthur McArthur Previously: Fetty Wap ft. French Montana – Trap Queen (Remix)
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On Tuesday of this week Queen took to the stage in Glasgow with American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert fronting the band. When Queen front-man Freddie Mercury strutted across the stage at Wembley Stadium during the 1985 ‘Live aid’ performance he had the world at his feet. Show More Summary
There’s never going to be another (Freddie), and I’m not replacing him. That’s not what I’m doing. I’m trying to keep the memory alive, and remind people how amazing he was, without imitating him. I’m trying to share with the audience how much he inspired me.” — Adam Lambert, who performed a New Year’s Eve […]
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Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé: "How Can I Go On"
Post by Emily Abbate Queen is about as big time and epic as rock bands come. Everything changed for them back in 1991, when lead singer Freddie Mercury passed away leaving a major vacancy in the super-group -- a vacancy that the group now would love to fill with... Show More Summary
Freddie Mercury & David Bowie: "Under Pressure" (a cappella)
Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé: "Barcelona"
Alan Light interviews Brian May and Roger Taylor and asks about the frontman's final days. May: …When he couldn’t stand up, he used to prop himself up against a desk, at the mic here, down a vodka… Taylor: Have a big Stoli! Read the rest
Over at Cuepoint, Alan Licht talks to Brian May and Roger Taylor of the kings of rock opera Queen about their music, their chemistry, and the final days of Freddie Mercury. Read the rest