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Not Really Freddie


It seems like a Freddie Mercury hologram show could be a reality in the near future.

The Sun reports that Mercury Songs Limited, which owns the Queen singer’s solo works, has filed to trademark the Mercury for virtual reality and 3D. The filing covers “immersive 3D virtual, augmented, and mixed reality experiences” for “virtual environments.”

It’s a move that Brian May probably won’t have a problem with, as he’s said in previous interviews that the band has looked into having a hologram Mercury on stage with them. The closest they’ve come to that is when they’ve had a visual of Mercury singing on “Love of My Life” while May played guitars on Queen’s Rhapsody Tour.


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