There was recently a report in the New York Post that mentioned there might be a sequel to Bohemian Rhapsody.
Well that was squashed before we could even get excited by spokesman for the band Phil Symes. He said, "I checked with producer Graham King and he tells me this is incorrect. There is no sequel in the works."
The person responsible for this story is the band's video director, Rudi Dolezal, who told the Post, "I’m sure [Queen manager Jim Beach] plans a sequel that starts with Live Aid.” He also added that the idea was being heavily discussed by the Queen family.
But alas, it is not meant to be, even though there technically would be a lot more story left to tell if there were to be a sequel.
In the meantime, Rudi says he’s writing a book, My Friend, Freddie, and will release his interviews with Mercury in a film titled Freddie Mercury: In His Own Words.
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Rami Malek and his Bohemian Rhapsody co-star and girlfriend Lucy Boynton also went and saw Elton John at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York over the weekend. At least we still get a little Boh Rhap fix when we see them together!