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Queen's 1977 anthem "We Will Rock You" is one of the band's biggest hits and a staple at sporting events across the world.

Sometimes you'll hear it on classic rock radio stations played back-to-back with Queen's other jock jam, "We are the Champions" for a perfect one-two punch of '70s rock pomposity.

It's no mistake that "We Will Rock You" is so popular with sports fans. It was written by guitarist Brian May after a crowd sang the English football anthem, "You'll Never Walk Alone" at a Queen concert at Bingley Hall in 1977.

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On May 15, the trailer for "Bohemian Rhapsody," the long-awaited biopic about Queen singer Freddie Mercury, made its way online to a (mostly) positive reaction.

Within 24 hours, the film's trailer racked up more than 5 million views on YouTube, propelling it to the top spot on the site's trending list.

At first glance, it looks pretty great: Rami Malek makes for a convincing Mercury, and there's obviously some great music. Even for a film that lost its original star (Sacha Baron Cohen) and multiple directors (Bryan Singer and Dexter Fletcher), it feels promising.

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