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“We’re four misfits who don’t belong together,” Mercury tells music manager John Reid (Aidan Gillen) at a rooftop restaurant. “We’re playing for other misfits. And the outcasts right in the back of the room, we’re pretty sure they don’t belong either. We belong to them.”
Underscored by “Somebody to Love” and “Under Pressure,” the trailer also takes a closer look at Mercury’s personal struggles, including the press’ coverage of his sexuality and rising tensions within his family over his identity.
Bohemian Rhapsody chronicles the first 15 years of Queen’s career, from the band’s founding in 1970 to their celebrated performance at Live Aid in 1985.
Gwilym Lee, Joseph Mazzello and Ben Hardy co-star as Queen guitarist Brian May, bassist John Deacon and drummer Roger Taylor, respectively. Lucy Boynton also stars as Mary Austin, Mercury’s girlfriend.
Bohemian Rhapsody was directed by Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects, X-Men), written by Anthony McCarten (The Theory of Everything) and produced by Graham King (The Departed) and Jim Beach, Queen’s real-life manager, among others.
Bohemian Rhapsody will rock you when it comes to theaters on Nov. 2.
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