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Rami Malek: “I had artistic differences with Brian Singer


Reports suggest that he was fired by Fox after he late returned on the set after Thanksgiving.

Actor Rami Malek has his silence been broken over the dismissal of his Bohemian Rapsody-director Bryan Singer, showing that he and the filmmaker on the set collide with each other.

Singer was dumped from the project and was soon replaced by the British actor/director Dexter Fletcher, that the biopic Queen completed in which Malek Freddie Mercury portrays.

Now he speaks for the first time about the ominous exit of the Hollywood film-maker in december (17).

Malek admits that he is “artistic differences” with the Singer on the set – but that is not the reason why the director was fired.

Reports suggest that he was fired by Fox after he late returned on the set after Thanksgiving.

Meanwhile Malek that he is very happy with what Fletcher with the film has done – and he thinks that his performance as Freddie enough to get critics to win over.

“The only thing I ever wanted to do was Freddie honor and some aspects of who he was,” he told Malek to Empire. “I know that I will never be Freddie Mercury on the go be….. but by trying to get as close as possible to someone to come, I felt that I was at work to have a decent handle had on who he was. It is healthy to have your own opinion.

“That’s why I feel so attracted to it: it is the cooperation of so many different artists that work together to create something that goes beyond one of them. If one person on the set, is that a problem.

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