News of additional casts and production members of the Queen’s upcoming biopic Bohemian Rhapsody has been revealed. Prior to the announcement, director Bryan Singer has been hard at work developing the film about the legendary rock band, but up to that point, there has only been one cast member.

Who will complete the quartet?

Rami Malek will be playing the role in the up and coming Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” as Freddie Mercury together with stars from “X-Men” Ben Hardy, who will be playing the role of the drummer Roger Taylor; Gwilym Lee, from “The Tourist” as Brian May; and Joe Mazzello from “Jurassic Park” as the bass guitarist, John Deacon.

The band casting was revealed on the official website of Queen on Sunday.

The production of the film will begin this fall with Brian Singer as the director and Justin Haythe as the scriptwriter. According to the Queen’s official website, the actors who will play the roles of the quartet will be a perfect match to the qualities of the original band members.

Thunderbolts and lightning: The Queen Biopic

Gwilym Lee expressed his excitement on Twitter following the official announcement of “Bohemian Rhapsody” cast. The actor said that he’s thrilled that he will portray the role of Brian May. Of course, it is undoubtedly exciting especially if you got to star in a film about a legendary rock band.

According to Queen’s official website, things are already moving along behind the scenes, and that the film will be quite staggering.

Aside from the revelation of the band casting, the Queen Team is not very keen to details to this point, but they are currently meeting and setting up with the other film productions to assemble the whole team. They also confirmed that the film is starting soon and hoping that they could get down on the location for the project.

Even the extras department is doing well and phenomenal, as they say. The casting calls for extras are still open and the fans really made time to sign up and audition for a part.

With that in mind and the band casting for the Queen biopic revealed, “Bohemian Rhapsody” might become another film to look forward to in the coming months.

It will undoubtedly become a much-awaited film especially for the fans of Queen.

Mercury wrote numerous hits for Queen, which includes “Somebody to Love,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” and “We Are the Champions.” The Queen Biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” is set to premiere on December 25, 2018.