We're getting close to the new Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, and ahead of its release, the film shared a new clip of Rami Malek performing one of Queen's classic tracks. 

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In the video snippet released today, fans can watch Rami Malek, who plays who Queen singer Freddie Mercury in the film, sing the band's 1977 News Of The World track, "We Will Rock You."

There's not much to the clip, but we can see them talking about wanting to give "the audience a song they can perform,” to which Malek's Mercury asks “What’s the lyric?”

Production for the highly anticipated Queen biopic has been anything but easy, yet, that hasn’t seemed to bother Malek.

As previously mentioned, the film has had its fair share of hardships in the production process, most notably with previous Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer being replaced with Dexter Fletcher. 

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.

Following Singer's firing, Malek met with Entertainment Weekly, where he shared how he got through some of the production hardships, specifically with Singer’s firing, saying:

“I can wholeheartedly say I would never let this film be unfinished,” says Malek. “Every moment where there was a challenge on set, I just reminded myself: What would Freddie do? And I guarantee, he would’ve seen it through.”

Bohemian Rhapsody is slated to hit theaters on November 2, which is over a month ahead of its original December 25 release.

Check out the official trailer forBohemian Rhapsody below:

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