Bohemian rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody is the tale of Freddie Mercury (portrayed by Rami Malek), the glamorous, tragic figure who was the front man for the band Queen.  Rami is joined by Ben Hardy, Gwilym Lee, Joseph Mazzello, Allen Leech and Lucy Boynton in the film which looks at the band’s music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury who shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. (more…)

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Midichlorian Rhapsody: A Star Wars-Themed Parody of Bohemian Rhapsody

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“Midichlorian Rhapsody” —  nerd maestro’s Jeff & Maya tell the tale of Anakin Skywalker’s story from his humble beginnings through his emergence as the Dark Lord of the Sith, all to the tune of Queens “Bohemiam Rhapsody”. It’s pretty much the best thing ever. It almost makes the tragedy that is the prequels almost bearable.

If you like this then check out the duo’s full collection of other nerdy classic rock parodies, Grated Hits.

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Those gosh-darn Muppets — they’re at it again! The Muppets recently churned out awesomeness like their version of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and now they’re taking on the Christmas classic, “Ringing of the Bells” (also known as “Carol of the Bells”). You’re probably most familiar with the song as being in “Home Alone” (soundtrack by the great John Williams!) or the Trans-Siberian Orchestra version being played on Christmas music stations incessantly.

The latest Muppet video shows Swedish Chef, Beaker and Animal singing the Christmas classic a capella in the snow. Of course, Animal gets ideas of his own on how to improve the performance, and everything naturally goes awry.

This was just released on YouTube late last night, so we’re among the first nerd sites to bring it to you. Enjoy! Meep meep!

Thanks to @MuppetsStudio for continuing to let the public know that the Muppet legacy is alive and kicking!

While you’re checking out the Muppets on Twitter, be sure to follow us, too, @Nerdbastards!

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