When we woke up this morning, our favourite cameo man Stan Lee, best known being seen in Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange (2016) as a bus commuter when Stephen Strange and Karl Mordo were chased down on the streets in New York by the zealots, has passed away at the age of 95 yesterday.
Some of us waited for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel (2019) to be released in movie theatres when we received the news. We like his cameos back in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as astronaut, Black Panther as gambler, Avengers: Infinity War as school bus driver and Ant-Man and the Wasp as a retiree. After his death, the Walt Disney Company will still credit Stan Lee in Captain Marvel and Avengers: Annihilation, as his posthumous work. Spider-Man: Far From Home is not included as it was under Sony. No plans for Marvel Studios’ The Eternals to move to small screens yet.
Bohemian Rhapsody and Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury were mentioned for nominations for Academy Awards. Thanks for your support for all the while when it’s playing in theatres.
Gear up. Bohemian Rhapsody takes place before the Live Aid (1985) concert happens. Centering around the iconic rock band Queen before their songs are popular to radio.
Hours ago, final trailer for this movie was dropped on the internet, whereas it’s getting ready for its official release. Take note it has pulled forward to 1 November 2018 in Singapore.
Previous trailer was uploaded weeks ago on IMAX channel on the YouTube, claiming this film with Queen being formatted in IMAX. Be sure to see up to 26% MORE image only in IMAX. The pricing is way too expensive.
The duration of the runtime is not to be confused with Marvel Studios’ Black Panther (2018). Spoilers ahead, guys.