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Bryan Singer at the premiere of "Jack the Giant Slayer" (2013), will direct the upcoming "Bohemian Rhapsody". (19659003) A few months ago, it seemed that 20th Century Fox had nothing to do with Bryan Singer.

When the studio offered a big presentation in which the upcoming queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody:" at CinemaCon in April, the name of the filmmaker was not even pronounced. He had been dismissed as director of the project about five months earlier and forced the London production to temporarily shut down until Dexter Fletcher was hired to complete the shoot.

Despite the controversy, Fox confirmed on Wednesday that Singer will be the director of the finished film, which will be released on November 2nd at the heart of Hollywood's award season. (19659004) Singer was released on December 1 and subsequently denied reports that he had collided with movie star Rami Malek, who plays Freddie Mercury.

In a statement, Singer said he had not behaved unprofessionally, "wanted nothing more than to be able to finish this project" but that "Fox would not allow me to, because I temporarily put my health and my loved ones' health temporarily into

Singer continued to make headlines this month. Only a few days after being removed from "Bohemian Rhapsody," he was sued for allegation in 2003 that he had raped a 17-year-old boy – an indictment he denies. And his production company, Bad Hat Harry, was booted by the Fox lottery. (The company's first-look deal had not been renewed, a decision that was made before the "Bohemian Rhapsody" firing decision.)

Fox did not answer questions about whether Fletcher, known for directing "Eddie The Eagle, "you would get a loan on the finished movie. The rules of the Directors Guild of America do not allow two directors to be credited with a film, unless they work as a team.

Fletcher worked on the project for about 16 days, according to the producer of the picture, Graham King.

"Basically, Bryan had some personal problems," King told Empire. "He wanted to break the movie to cope with them, and the movie had to end, that's what it … came in. It was not about reinventing the wheel, we needed someone with some creative freedom but would work in a box. "

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