Coverage: SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Storyline Online

03.08.2019

Rami was one of a few celebrities who joined SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Storyline Online. From their website:

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Reading aloud to children has been shown to improve reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking and concentration, and general academic aptitude, as well as inspire a lifelong love of reading. Teachers use Storyline Online in their classrooms, and doctors and nurses play Storyline Online in children’s hospitals.

Storyline Online is a program of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation. The Foundation is a nonprofit organisation that relies entirely on gifts, grants and donations to fund Storyline Online and produce all of its videos.

   

Coverage: Rami Malek for Mandarin Oriental

03.08.2019

Rami is the newest face of Mandarin Oriental’s Hotel Group “I am a Fan” Campaign. Check out the videos and head to the gallery for the photo coverage.

   

Coverage: 91st Academy Awards

03.01.2019

Rami walked the red carpet of the 91st Academy Awards Ceremony on Sunday February 24 where he went home with the oscar for the best performance of an Actor in a Leading role. I’ve updated the gallery with over 1000 photos of Rami during his big night! And make sure to check out his acceptance speech.

   
   

2019 – 24 February – 91st Academy Awards – Arrivals
2019 – 24 February – 91st Academy Awards – Inside
2019 – 24 February – 91st Academy Awards – Press Room
2019 – 24 February – 91st Annual Academy Awards Governors Ball
2019 – 24 February – 91st Annual Academy Awards – Fox After Party

Photos: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Tokyo Promotion

11.08.2018

Rami, Gwilym & Joseph were in Tokyo the last couple of days to promote the upcoming release of Bohemian Rhapsody in Japan! Check out the photo coverage below.

   
   

Photos: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ New York Premiere

10.31.2018

I’ve updated the gallery with over 300 photos of Rami attending the New York premiere of Bohemian Rhapsody.

   
   

Feature: Rami Malek for Esquire UK

10.29.2018

   

Rami Malek knows what people might expect from Bohemian Rhapsody. “It could easily have been a monumental piece of shit, right?”

Consider the case for the prosecution: it is a biopic, that most maligned of movie genres, and one that has wrong-footed the most surefooted talents: remember Leonardo DiCaprio as J Edgar Hoover? He may well hope you don’t. Worse, it is a music biopic, a sub-genre that has proven even more problematic: Dennis Quaid as Jerry Lee Lewis?

Finally, Bohemian Rhapsody is a biopic of Queen, most obviously of Freddie Mercury, one of the handful of frontmen in the history of rock who can be said to be touched by genius. Its set piece is the Live Aid Wembley concert, which not only involved assembling 72,000 fans dressed like it was 1985 but also recreating one of the single defining performances in pop, one that was watched by 40 per cent of the planet, live. (“Day-o… Day-o” etc.)

While we’re discussing difficulties, we might throw in the surviving members of Queen’s fondness for not always showing off their legacy in the best light, elements of which one suspects might have had poor old Freddie pirouetting in his grave. There is, of course, the deathless Queen musical, We Will Rock You, from a book by Ben Elton, which seems to have been playing in London longer than Trooping the Colour, despite universally horrible reviews. There have been Queen computer games, Queen collaborations with the boyband 5ive and the rapper Wyclef Jean, and a Queen Monopoly boardgame. (“Because as Freddie used to say, when they asked him if he liked being rich, ‘Yes, I like getting lots of money because it tells me that people like what I do’,” explained guitarist Brian May to a perplexed reporter. “So there is the same kind of ethos behind this game.”)
Then there is Bohemian Rhapsody’s own troubled birth. The film has been in production in some form or another since 2000. The casting of Sacha Baron Cohen as Mercury bit the dust after May reportedly found him “too distracting”. Then director Bryan Singer walked off set with two weeks filming still to go, to be replaced by Dexter Fletcher, who, to be fair, did have biopic experience: his last film was ski-jumping drama Eddie the Eagle (2016).

And yet, despite all this, the 40-or-so minutes of Bohemian Rhapsody that Esquire has seen very much suggest a victory snatched from the jaws of defeat. And the revelation is Malek’s performance: on and off-stage, he is a terrific Mercury. [More at Source]

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