50 Most Anticipated Movies of 2018

From a solo Black Panther to a young Han Solo, Spielberg going retro to Barry Jenkins doing James Baldwin – the films we can't wait to see this year

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'Bohemian Rhapsody' (Dec. 25)
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'Bohemian Rhapsody' (Dec. 25)

The saga of making a movie about Freddie Mercury and Queen has been nearly as dramatic and electric as the music the group recorded during their heyday. For years, Sacha Baron Cohen was slated to play the late singer, who died in 1991, eventually leaving the project over creative differences with the band and being replaced by Mr. Robot's Rami Malek. Then late last year, director Bryan Singer was fired partway through production, with Eddie the Eagle filmmaker Dexter Fletcher brought in to complete the movie. Reportedly spanning Queen's early years to their triumphant performance at 1985's Live Aid, this biopic was always destined to be a salute to a flamboyant, excessive, brilliant group who never did things the easy or conventional way. Why should Queen's journey to the screen be any less high-wire? TG

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