Rami Malek turned rock legend Freddie Mercury
American-Egyptian actor Rami Malek has made a radical shift in his appearance for his role in the new film, "Bohemian Rhapsody", in which he embodies the autobiography of legendary rock legend Freddie Mercury.

Entertainment Weekly revealed the first pictures of Rami Malek appearing in a Freddie Mercury character at a concert in 1985 at Wembley Stadium in London.

Rami Malek performed a theater show with a big bear, a different haircut and a slightly skinny body, dressed like Freddie Mercury wore on the stage.

The film tells the story of the rise of the English Queen Band, one of the most successful bands in the history of rock music since 1970, composed of British singer Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and guitarist John Deacon to their famous Live Aid tour before Freddie's death Mercury has 6 years of AIDS complications, as the film tracks Freddy's suffering with the disease.

According to the Independent, Bryan Singer, owner of the X-Men film series, directed the film. Singer said in advance that the film was based not only on the story of the band's rise, but also on the rock legend Freddie Mercury.

Rami Malek turned rock legend Freddie Mercury
Of course, the film is not limited to the appearance of the owner of the closest image of the rock legend, but it is also singing where the film combines the voice of the owner and recordings of Mercury and merge them using modern technologies to release the film properly.

Rami Malek recently participated in the third part of Mr. Robot, which is starring and is scheduled to be released next October.

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