In 1970, Farrokh Bulsara, an Indian British Parsi undergrad and stuff handler at Heathrow Airport, goes to a dance club to watch a nearby band called Smile. After the show, he meets guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, and offers to be the band's new lead vocalist after bassist/vocalist Tim Staffell stops to join Humpy Bong. With the expansion of bassist John Deacon, the band – now known as Queen – plays at neighborhood gigs crosswise over England until the point that they pitch their van to create their presentation collection. Their melodic style lands them an agreement with EMI Records. In the meantime, Farrokh lawfully changes his name to Freddie Mercury and winds up connected to Mary Austin. Amid the band's U.S. visit, Freddie starts to scrutinize his sexuality.
Actors: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Joseph Mazzello, Mike Myers
Directors: Bryan Singer
Writers: Anthony McCarten (screenplay by), Anthony McCarten (story by), Peter Morgan (story by)
Producers: Graham King, Jim Beach