“Boemska rapsodija“, film o legendarnom pjevaču grupe Queen Frediju Merkjuriju, uskoro bi mogao da dobije nastavak.
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Happy 300k my beauties 💪❤🎉 . Ok beautiful people it's great that lots of you are fans of Freddie because of the movie and still ok you enjoyed the film and its music all fine but it's not ok to worship the movie as gospel so please research and educate yourself abt the real Freddie🙏❤ Thanks for all the love and support 😍 . So first you must watch the interviews. First hand words spoken by Freddie himself. 🎥There are lots of interviews you can find online but here's my top 3 personal favs: 1. The Bigger the Better interview (by David Wigg in 1985) 2. The Musical Prostitute (by Rudi Dolezal in Munich 1984) 3. The Japan interview (1985) There are a lot more you could watch by simply searching his name. . 🎬Documentaries: The best ones are: 1. Freddie Mercury-The Untold Story (2000) 2. Queen: Days of Our Lives (2011) 3. Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender (2012) . 📚Books: I personally don't trust books as much as spoken words that come directly from people but here are some good ones: 1. Freddie Mercury: His Life in His Own Words (with a prologue by Jer Bulsara in 2007) 2. Freddie Mercury: An Intimate Memoir… (2001) . There's a book that draws a lot of attention by Lesley Ann Jones (The Defenitive Biography) but she's known to be a journalist that just makes up stuff and the book has lots inaccuracies esp anytime Barbara Valentin is mentioned. There's "Somebody To Love" which is not as bad but also influenced by Lesley Ann Jones again so be careful if you read it. The one by Jim Hutton "Mercury and Me" is good in the way that you find a lot of personal details about Freddie and their relationship but it's mostly focused on Freddie's last years (the years they were actually together) and also everything is told from Jim's own pov because well it's HIS story and his way of coping with things he had to go through. But honestly I found some parts way too private to be published for a public read. There's one by David Evans and Minns called "This Is the Real Life" and it has some real good insights into Freddie's life which I'd suggest a read. There're many books on Queen by roadies and photographers but I personally prefer the ones on Freddie. . #FreddieMercury
Austrijski reditelj Rudi Doležal, koji je godinama bio prijatelj s Merkjurijem, otkrio je za portal Page Six da reditelj filma “Boemska rapsodija” kao i aktivni dvojac benda Brajan Mej i Rodžer Tejlor planiraju nastavak ovog filma.
Prema njegovim riječima, i Džim Bič, menadžer grupe Queen, ozbiljno se priprema za nastavak ovog filma.
Gitarista grupe Brajan Mej ranije je rekao da bi još neka priča iz duge karijere benda mogla biti ekranizovana, prenio je Klix.
Film “Boemska rapsodija” u kome glavnu ulogu igra Rami Malek je širom svijeta zaradio više od 870 miliona dolara i postao najunosniji biografski film svih vremena. Osim toga, u februaru je osvojio četiri Oskara i podstakao oživljavanje popularnosti benda u cjelini.
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💥Queen II💥 . On March 8th 1974, exactly 45 years ago today, Queen released their second album Queen II. . ✨The album is notable for its combination of a heavy rock sound with an art rock sensibility. . ✨It has been called "a pillar of grandiose, assaultive hard rock" by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. . ✨The two sides of the original LP were labelled "Side White" and "Side Black" (instead of the conventional sides "A" and "B"), with corresponding photos of the band dressed in white or in black on either side of the record's label face. . ✨Mick Rock's album cover photograph was frequently re-used by the band throughout its career, including the music videos for the songs "Bohemian Rhapsody" (1975), and "One Vision" (1985). Describing it as a "sort of a knockoff of an old Marlene Dietrich shot", the photographer took inspiration for the cover from a still of the actress from the 1932 film Shanghai Express. . ✨Released to an initially mixed critical reception, Queen II remains one of the band's lesser-known albums. Nonetheless, the album has retained a cult following since its release, has garnered praise from other musicians such as Axl Rose, Steve Vai and Billy Corgan, and is significant in being the first album to contain elements of the band's signature sound of multi-layered overdubs, vocal harmonies, and varied musical styles. . ✨The "White" side is very diverse: four of the five numbers were composed by Brian May, and one was composed by Roger Taylor. Freddie Mercury composed the entire "Black" side, contributing piano and harpsichord pieces and a wide range of distinctive vocal performances. . 👉🎶 My favorite songs from this album are of course the whole Black side (no coincidence Freddie composed it!) esp "Seven Seas" and "Nevermore" and "March of BQ", and from the White side I really like "White Queen". What about you? . 1. Procession 2. Father to Son 3. White Queen (As it Began) 4. Someday Oneday 5. The Loser in the End 6. Ogre Battle 7. The Fairy Feller's MasterStroke 8. Nevermore 9. The March of the Black Queen 10. Funny How Love is 11. Seven Seas of Rhye . #FreddieMercury #QueenII