After a pretty eventful week for the Freddie Mercury/Queen biopic film, Bohemian Rhapsody.  First, there was the announcement that the production was halting due to the absence of their director, Bryan Singer.  Then, Singer was officially fired from the production by FOX, citing his unexplained multiple no shows to set.  But then yesterday, Singer fired back, stating that the studio was not allowing him to take time off from the production to take care of a sick parent.

Dexter Fletcher at the "John Carter" premiere at the BFI South Bank, London. 02/03/2012 Picture by: Steve Vas / Featureflash
Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com

Word just came down from Variety that director Dexter Fletcher (Eddie The Eagle, Wild Bill) is coming on board to finish the film.  Reportedly, the production was just shy of 2 weeks to go until completing filming.

Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury in one of the few released images from the FOX production.

The film starring Rami Malek has been in production for a little over two years, after several starts and stops to find the right leading man.

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