According to Mojo.com, actor Sasha Baron Cohen will not be rocking you as the star in the much delayed movie about late Queen front man Freddie Mercury.

The actor has long been rumored to play Freddie in a yet to be produced movie about his life and times as the lead singer of Queen.

But it looks like his role in the flick was nixed by a member of Queen...namely drummer Roger Taylor.

The news recently broke that Cohen left the movie production last July, due to the ever dubious "creative differences" reason, with no replacement announced.

According to Roger, he and other associates of Queen decided that Cohen, know for his outrageous comedic roles in "Borat" and "Bruno", was just not right for the part and felt that he would make a joke out of the Freddie's Rock n Roll legend.

Roger also said that Queen wanted to do a sanitized PG rated version of Freddie's life while Cohen wanted to do a gritty R rated version, with all the sordid back stories that the general public is not aware of.

As it stands now the movie will now focus on the early years of Queen and will follow the band from it's humble beginnings, to their career peak at the Live Aid Concert in 1985 and will not focus on Freddie's untimely death from AIDS.

Judging from their triumphant performance at the iHeart Radio Musical Festival with former American Idol runner up Adam Lambert, maybe Adam could give it a shot?