Roger Taylor has ruled out the possibility of a sequel to musical biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, at least for now.
There have been rumors that a sequel to the Oscar-winning hit film that tells the story of Queen and its late frontman Freddie Mercury could be in the cards
In a telephone interview with Rolling Stone, Taylor was asked to elaborate on Brian May‘s statement on the possibility of a Bohemian Rhapsody sequel.
The Queen drummer replied, “I really do think that we need to sit back for a year or two and look at things and see if that is a believable or credible thing to do. The movie was a great hit. We were delighted, obviously.
“But I think I wouldn’t want to be seen as cashing in again,” he added. “I’d have to have a very, very good script and scenario to make that work. Right now, I can’t think of a way of doing a sequel.
However, Taylor left a message of hope by saying, “If somebody comes up with a genius plan, maybe we’ll think about it.”
In his opinion, doing a sequel to a hit film is “dangerous territory.”
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