Rami Malek showed off the first look at the Queen biopic.
The iconic band Queen was reborn at CinemaCon. Star Rami Malek spoke about the pressures of playing late frontman Freddie Mercury during Fox's presentation Thursday (Apr. 26), where he introduced the film's first trailer, which has not been released online.
It opens with Queen's classic song "Bohemian Rhapsody" playing in the background, as a young Mercury asks to be the lead singer of a band. Retorts one of his future bandmates: "Not with those teeth, mate." The rest of the trailer is made up of vignettes of Mercury and Queen discovering their sound — "If I go any higher, only dogs will hear it," Mercury says — finding fame onstage and the singer being questioned about his personal life. The trailer ends with Mercury stepping out onstage at the 1985 Live Aid concert, backed by the track "We Are the Champions."