Date: 6 months ago   Category: Cinema

Left new промовидео the Bohemian rhapsody about Queen


In a roller showed the moment of the birth of the main hit of group - We Will Rock You. The release of the movie will take place in November, 2018. In Network it was published new проморолик the forthcoming biopic the Bohemian rhapsody devoted to Queen and its vocalist Freddie Mercury. The moment of the birth of one of key hits of collective - the We Will Rock You song is shown in video. The guitarist Brian May who is the author of many hits of group, thinks out a rhythm. He decides to show it to colleagues from collective. Freddie Mercury also comes to this moment, joining dialogue. The world premiere of the film is expected on October 23 in London to Wembley to the Arena. The movie will come out in November of this year. Earlier it was reported that in Network the biopic trailer about Elton John appeared. A director of a tape is Dexter Fletcher. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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