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Adam Lambert Says Rumored 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Sequel 'Doesn't Make Sense'


Adam Lambert says speculation about a possible sequel to Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody "doesn't make sense" to him.

During an interview with NME, the singer was asked about a possible sequel.

"What would it be? A sequel? How would that work? It doesn't make sense to me but I haven't heard anything about it," Lambert said. "But I somehow doubt that. Somehow... I don't know what they would make the movie about."

Rumors about a possible sequel to the blockbuster biopic emerged after music video director Rudi Dolezal told Page Six of Queen manager Jim Beach: "I'm sure he plans a sequel that starts with Live Aid."

Remaining Queen members collaborated with the 2009 "American Idol" runner-up and returned to touring years after the death of the band's original frontman Freddie Mercury. The band and Lambert first performed together during the 2009 finale of "American Idol."

Bohemian Rhapsody was huge success at the box office, earning worldwide box office receipts of over $900 million and winning four Academy Awards, including best actor for Rami Malek as Mercury.

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