Patrick Wilson, Star of The Conjuring and Aquaman, Channels Freddie Mercury in Electrifying Performance of Queen’s “Somebody To Love”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

As demonstrated in this 2018 video, it appears that Vera Farmiga isn’t the sole Conjuring star with a penchant for rocking out.

Last year, Vera Farmiga, star of The Conjuring, gained significant attention for her passionate rendition of Iron Maiden’s classic “The Trooper.” She performed alongside a stellar backing band, which notably included Scott Ian from Anthrax, during a Rock Academy show in Woodstock, New York. A few months later, she once again went viral for another Rock Academy performance, this time delivering an impressive performance of Slipknot’s iconic anthem, “Duality.” Vera Farmiga has unquestionably earned the admiration of metal fans for her musical talents.

As it turns out, her Conjuring co-star, Patrick Wilson, also has a knack for covering rock classics when the mood strikes, and he fully immerses himself in the experience. I mean, seriously immerses himself. On February 24, 2018, during a special fundraiser for Montclair Film, a non-profit organization responsible for the annual Montclair Film Festival in New Jersey, Wilson took the stage to cover the legendary Queen hit “Somebody To Love.” Not only did he deliver an impressive rendition of this beloved track, originally featured on Queen’s 1976 album “A Day At The Races,” but he did so while dressed as Freddie Mercury, capturing the iconic frontman’s spirit with his stage presence and performance.

You can witness this hilariously brilliant performance in the video below, which has since been shared on social media. Perhaps a duet featuring both stars of The Conjuring is in the cards for the future? Metal fans can only hope!