Freddie Mercury is one of the most iconic, groundbreaking and influential rock stars of all time; upcoming Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody attempts to give an intimate, in-depth look inside his storied life as he skyrocketed to fame fronting the beloved arena-rock band. Today, a full trailer has been released for the movie, which gives a glimpse into the band's meteoric rise across various stages of its career. At the beginning, the trailer intercuts footage of Queen's future playing to tens of thousands of people with a scene of Mercury meeting the band for the first time and offering to sing for them. The preview then sets up shots of the group recording the titular song "Bohemian Rhapsody," and Queen's initial rejection by big radio. Once again, actor Rami Malek looks almost frighteningly perfect playing Mercury. Watch the trailer above; Bohemian Rhapsody is due in theaters November 2nd.
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