Not long after winning the Oscar for playing Freddie Mercury, Rami is already wanted for new big role.
Malek is in final stages in the negotiations to become the villain in the twenty-fifth Bond movie.
The 37 years old actor was already in discussion to play the role but his schedule for the famous TV show – ‘Mr Robot’ was problematic for the 25th Bond Film.
People loves the idea for Malek to play the bond villain and post their feelings all over social media.
Few of the comments –
“Rami Malek is rumored to be up for a Bond villain role Yes please!”
“110% down for Rami Malek as a Bond villain.”
Although we don’t know yet rather Rami will play the Villain, but we know for sure that Daniel Craig will be in that movie.
Rumors about more actors has been dropped regarding the next Bond film, some of them are – Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston, Henry Cavill, Nicholas Hoult, The Bodyguard’s Richard Madden and Happy Valley’s James Norton.
Would you like to see him in the next Bond movie?
One thing we know for sure – the next Bond Movie is about to be one we will remember for ages
Bohemian Rhapsody may be rocking it at the box office, but it’s received a mixed reception due to what some critics perceive as a ‘surface level’ examination of Freddie Mercury’s life, it’s pretty apparent that Rami Malek has captured the beautiful enduring spirit of Mercury.
The 37-year-old actor said to have watched Freddie Mercury’s 1985 Live Aid Performance more than 1,500 times on YouTube- because he wanted to nail his version of it- every hand gesture, step, head movement and even the pursuit of his lips matches up perfectly with Mercury’s as can be seen when both performances are put side-by-side.
It’s totally understandable why people completely freak out in the social network after watching the movie:
It's rami !! I knew it, he actually kinda look like freddy even without all of those makeups
Rami Malek is an ideal actor to portray legendary Queen singer Freddie Mercury, as the second trailer from ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, the forthcoming biopic of the singer and the classic band he fronted, shows us.
The longer than the two-minute new trailer very exhilarating, with the classic music of Queen playing while the audience sees the band from its infancy to its rise to superstardom.
The official trailer for the Queen biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ dropped Tuesday. The new trailer shows us a better backstage glimpse than a previous teaser, and the mood of this preview is in much more somber than the teaser.
Bohemian Rhapsody is “his (Freddie Mercury) story” as the trailer says, not really needing the explanation beyond Malek-as-Mercury’s response to the complaining Roger Taylor: “Roger,” Malek’s Mercury replies calmly, “there’s only room in this band for one hysterical queen.”