Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is set to hit movie theaters November 2nd, and a final trailer for the long-awaited and much-hyped film has been offered up today. Starring Mr. Robot's Rami Malek as captivating late Queen singer Freddie Mercury, the film will follow the story of the band's historic rise to fame and the vocalist's own personal successes and struggles. In the opening scene of the new trailer, we see Malek in the quintessential Mercury "butch" outfit worn during their unforgettable performance at 1985's Live Aid, gazing into a mirror while voices from his past haunt and inspire him. As he slides on his cool, impenetrable aviator glasses, the nagging voices fade as his confidence builds and the first refrains of "Under Pressure" start to play as a montage of Malek in multiple iconic Freddie looks rolls on.
In another scene, a record exec type asks, "Tell me what makes Queen different than all of the other wannabe rock stars I meet?" to which Malek's character responds, "Tell you what it is ... We're four misfits who don't belong together. We're playing for other misfits, for the outcasts right at the back of the room, who are pretty sure they don't belong either." As he flicks his hands in a round motion signifying togetherness, he ends with, "We belong to them."
In a moment sure to relieve naysayers who feared that the film would steamroll over Mercury's sexual orientation and eventual death from AIDS, a reporter asks, "Freddie, can you tell us about the rumors concerning your sexuality?" as an intimate (but SFW) same-sex scene featuring Malek and another character flashes briefly. Watch the trailer above.