Bryan Singer has reportedly been fired from directing the new Freddie Mercury biopic. Production was initially halted after Singer failed to return to set after Thanksgiving. The Hollywood Reporter writes that Rami Malek also reportedly complained to the studio about the director’s unprofessionalism and that star Tom…
The long-delayed Queen biopic, aptly titled Bohemian Rhapsody, has been halted by Fox due to a health matter with director-producer Bryan Singer, Variety reports.
As we mentioned back in July, Rami Malek, who’s sexy in an eyeballs-and-mandible kind of way, is set to play Freddie Mercury in the forthcoming Bryan Singer-director Queen biopic called—what else?—Bohemian Rhapsody. Malek replaced Sacha Baron Cohen, who dropped out of the project all the way back in 2013.
After years of changing directors and stars, the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is actually, seriously, FINALLY set to begin filming—this time with Rami Malek starring as Freddie Mercury.
The latest (and possibly greatest) rumor to be circulated about the adventures of Princess Diana sounds like a scene from a Brian De Palma movie: on a sultry night in the culturally decadent late 80s, Freddie Mercury disguises Diana as a man and escorts her into a gay bar in south London for night that will one day…
"As she sits drinking lavender lemonade,*" Taylor Swift tells Vanity Fair that everyone—including, and especially, other ladies in Hollywood—needs to shut the fuck up about how many penises are/may be in orbit around her:
Yesterday a fangirl who calls herself Amanda Bieber (clever, right?) took to her Twitter account to defend her "boyfriend" Justin Bieber against the haters—something which, judging from her feed, seems to be her primary occupation. She posted the following:
We've heard and been subsequently bored by Rihanna and Chris Brown's allegedly coincidental run-ins at various clubs in recent weeks, but it might raise an eyebrow of interest to learn that her family seem to have happily signed off on their renewed relationship. Heading on over to 40/40 to catch the Miami Heat game…
Some pretty cool parents have been playing Freddie Mercury's iconic performance at Live Aid for their young baby, who happened to be extremely pleased by the performance.