Days after Bryan Singer was fired as director of Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody Twentieth Century Fox has named his replacement. The director of Eddie The Eagle Dexter Fletcher will see the film during his last weeks of shooting and will guide her through the post production. Rhapsody has presented a lot of directors and stars on their production journey of several years, and for some months between 2013 and 2014, Fletcher was even one of those who previously joined the helm. (At the time Ben Whishaw was destined to play Freddie Mercury.) Production was recently stopped at Rhapsody due to Singer's "unexpected unavailability" after he did not return to the set after the Action vacation. thanks. A few days after the interruption, Singer was fired by the studio for "lack of confidence and lack of professionalism" – allegedly entered into a tense confrontation with the star Rami Malek for his periodic absences – but Singer stated in The Hollywood Reporter who was fired after asking for time off to care for a sick father.
"I asked Fox to give me some free time to be able to return to the US to address pressing health issues related to one of my parents." This was a very demanding experience, which ultimately seriously affected my own health Unfortunately, the study was not willing to please me and finished my services, this was not my decision and it was beyond my control. "
Singer also stated that there was no confrontation between him and Malek, and that in addition to having some "creative differences on set", the two had left their differences behind and were working together effectively in the run-up to Action Thank you.