Something gives me the idea that whoever owns this cockatiel is a Queen fan. MAY-cyan perches on the arm of a Freddie Mercury figurine while whistling "Another One Bites the Dust" and "Radio Gaga." (YouTube link) YouTuber MrsStr1 has a couple of other videos of MAY-cyan singing Queen songs in his channel. Show More Summary
Some people are or were consistently great that no matter how beloved they become, it’s still possible to take their contributions for granted. Polyphonic takes a look at one shining example: Freddie Mercury, Queen’s powerful, versatile and expressive frontman.
A rather melodic Yellow-crested cockatoo named MAY-cyan whistled out a fabulous medley of two iconic Queen songs – “Another One Bites the Dust” and “Radio Gaga” while sitting upon the yellow leather jacketed arm of a doll made in the image of the late great Freddie Mercury. Sometimes MAY-cyan performs the same medley a bit...
A fantastic new remix of the classic Queen track All Dead, All Dead, created from a raw session of Freddie Mercury’s lead vocals – which didn’t appear on the album – and the instrumentation from 1977’s News of the World. Pre-order the amazing 40th anniversary box set now.
A Queen track from 1977’s News of the World originally vocalized by Brian May has now been released with vocals by Freddie Mercury and the world can applaud. RELATED: Watch an Incredible Freddie Mercury Sculpture Take Shape Step By Step...Show More Summary
Canada-based Brazilian sculptor Julia LePine shared this fascinating step-by-step video of a Freddie Mercury sculpture coming together, working off photographs of the late legendary Queen frontman and gay icon. The finished product stands...Show More Summary
Director Bryan Singer had to share this iPhone pic from the set of his Queen biopic.
Director Bryan Singer has shared photos of Malek channeling the Queen frontman while performing "Bohemian Rhapsody."
It's tough to imagine anyone being able to adequately portray Freddie Mercury, the late Queen frontman with the iconic voice and flamboyant personality to match. But it looks like Rami Malek, who's playing Mercury in upcoming biopicShow More Summary
Director Bryan Singer has shared a new look at Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, the forthcoming biopic of the Queen frontman and gay icon. A first photo was published in September. The film follows Queen from the...Show More Summary
Director Bryan Singer "couldn't help" but share a preview.
Dynamite with a laser beam! Read the full article on AICN New image from Bohemian Rhapsody! Big Eyes here, calling all Queen fans! Have ya heard about the Freddie Mercury biopic, currently in production, “Bohemian Rhapsody”?! We’ve mentioned it here before, but us geeks are eagerly jumping at any scrap of media or info they drop on it. Show More Summary
Taken during a concert sequence shot for the film
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.
Mr. Robot star Rami Malek transformed into Queen singer Freddie Mercury in a new photo from Bohemian Rhapsody shared by director Bryan Singer.
Last month, a fan released on-set footage of Rami Malek performing as Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody," an upcoming biopic on the late singer of Queen. Now, the film's director, Bryan Singer, has taken to Instagram to share an...Show More Summary
A full likeness of the legendary rocker from head to toe! Credit: Juliana LePine Sculptures via Storyful
This video shows the internet just how humans are made. OK, not really, but it's unbelievable nonetheless. YouTuber and impeccable artist, Juliana LePine, creates intricately detailed sculptures that are absolutely mind-blowing. Her...Show More Summary
Watch as artist Juliana LePine painstakingly sculpts an incredibly detailed clay sculpture of musician Freddie Mercury in one of his most iconic and victorious poses. We had no idea that sculptors started by building a skeleton before applying the skin and other details.
Brazilian artist Juliana LePine (who lives in Canada) made a small sculpture of Freddie Mercury the way nature does it -by starting with the bones inside. As she adds layers, every detail is examined and adjusted to be correct. The process is mesmerizing. Show More Summary