The video shows off Malek’s impressive Freddie Mercury impression, complete with his iconic strutting dance moves, his fist pumps to the crowd, and his magnetic, fluid stage presence. His movements line up almost perfectly with Mercury’s performance, though it does offer some alternative perspectives.If you’ve seen Bohemian Rhapsody, you know that the Live Aid sequence is the grand climax of the film, occupying more than 20 minutes of its run-time. That dedication to the mimicry of one of the most famous live performances of all time is no doubt why the movie has been such a hit with audiences and industry voters. To date, Bohemian Rhapsody has grossed over $700 million worldwide â€“ the highest total for any musical biopic ever â€“ and has received numerous award nominations from the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild, and more.The film debuts on digital services January 22 and Blu-ray and DVD on February 12, where you can re-live the Live Aid magic over and over.
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