LOS ANGELES — Director Bryan Singer has hit back after a report claimed that he was being “unprofessional” and had been absent from the set of the Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Singer told The Hollywood Reporter he had to return to the U.S. to understanding with “pressing health matters” concerning one of his parents.
A representative for Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. pronounced Monday that Singer is no longer the executive of the film.
Singer said, “I wanted zero some-more than to be means to finish this plan and help respect the bequest of Freddie Mercury and Queen, but Fox would not assent me to do so since we indispensable to temporarily put my health, and the health of my desired ones, first.”
The Hollywood Reporter reported Monday that Singer unsuccessful to show up to the London set on a series of occasions. Actor Rami Malek, who stars as Freddie Mercury in the film, complained to the studio about Singer’s unprofessionalism on interest of the cast, but Singer pronounced he and Malek “successfully put those differences behind us” after contrary during the project.
Studio member declined to criticism on the resources surrounding Singer’s depart or future plans for the film, which is now slated for a Dec. 2018 release.
Singer, 52, is best famous for directing the “X-Men” films and “The Usual Suspects.”