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It looks like we'll be getting that Queen biopic a little sooner than originally expected. Bohemian Rhapsody's release has reportedly been pushed forward by over a month.

Read more: Director Bryan Singer fired from ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ biopic

As Deadline reports, the Freddie Mercury biopic, starring Rami Malek, is set to hit theaters November 2, which is over a month ahead of its original December 25 release.

Late last year, it was announced that Bohemian Rhapsody tapped Dexter Fletcher to replace Bryan Singer as director of the biopic after Singer was fired for reportedly not "being present on set, unreliability and unprofessionalism."

Singer reportedly became violent on set, even going as far as "throwing an object" at Malek. “Bryan Singer is no longer the director of Bohemian Rhapsody," the studio said in a statement.

As previously reported, the film chronicles the legendary rock band from 1970 to their performance at Live Aid in 1985—six years before Mercury passed away from complications from AIDS.

Take a look at Malek as Mercury below:


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