In March this year, video director Rudi Dolezal who worked with Queen on videos including These Are the Days Of Our Lives, The Show Must Go On, Innuendo and The Miracle, said manager Jim Beach was considering a sequel to the award-winning Bohemian Rhapsody movie.
He told Page Six: “I’m sure he plans a sequel that starts with Live Aid,” adding that follow-up film was “being heavily discussed in the Queen family."
Asked if he’d heard anything about a potential sequel, Hardy replies: “I loved working with all those guys. The thought of going back and being with those guys for another three or four months would be amazing, but I’ve only heard the rumour mill.”
Asked what story the sequel could tell, Hardy adds: “The film goes up to 1985 so you’ve got another six years there you can tell. It could be a very different movie.”
Meanwhile, Queen and Adam Lambert will kick off 2020 with 17 arena and stadium shows across South Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand before returning to Europe and the UK later in the year for further Rhapsody concerts.
Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
The official soundtrack to the Queen biopic features previously unreleased audio from Live Aid, new versions of old favourites and a selection of songs from the band’s back catalogue.