Queen Fires Back At Critics For Poor Bohemian Rhapsody Reviews

Danny Woods
January 9, 2019

Malek and producer Graham King, who accepted the film's Best Picture award, didn't mention Singer in their acceptance speeches, and any reference to the director appeared to be intentionally avoided by the rest of Bohemian Rhapsody's cast and crew throughout the Golden Globes.

Brian May, left, Roger Taylor, right, of Queen, and Rami Malek with the award for best motion picture, drama at the Golden Globe Awards. It follows singer Freddie Mercury's life from his joining the band in 1970, to their Live Aid performance at Wembley Stadium in 1985.

Queen fans and audience members didn't agree with this assessment and watched the movie in droves anyway, earning it £583 million at the global box office. "I'm privileged to be counted among you". At least Bohemian Rhapsody won some awards?

The star was at the awards show with several members of the iconic band thanks to his now-award-winning portrayal of its departed frontman, Freddie Mercury.

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There's also the numerous allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct levied at him that have been quieted for many years until the #MeToo movement really came into effect in Hollywood. "Once people stake their claim, it's hard for them to withdraw".

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Malek was shown the viral clip during an appearance on Tuesday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live! on US TV and he appeared to find the amusing side of what looked like a rather embarrassing moment. "I've known her for many years, despite [what] it may seem from that video, so I thought I could easily go up and say hi but in a moment like that it was. very awkward".

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