We haven't heard anything regarding Sony's Untitled Freddie Mercury Biopic since July, when actor Sacha Baron Cohen dropped out of the project due to creative differences with surviving Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor. Today we have word that Daniel Radcliffe has been offered the role. Here's what an insider had to say.

"Daniel has been told the part is his if he wants it. Despite his youth, Daniel has impressed movie bosses with his portrayal of gay poet Allen Ginsberg in this year's Kill Your Darlings. Plus, he's closer in height to Freddie than Sacha, who's much taller. Daniel can really sing, too."

Producers are said to be offering a hefty amount of money if Daniel Radcliffe accepts the role. It could be the 24-year-old actor and gay rights activist's biggest payday since the Harry Potter series came to a close.

The 41-year-old Sacha Baron Cohen left the project because he wanted to make an R-rated film that explored Freddie Mercury's homosexual lifestyle, while the Queen members, who have full script approval and director approval on the film, wanted a more family-friendly PG-13 story.

Screenwriter Peter Morgan previously hinted that the film was likely dead in the water, following Sacha Baron Cohen's departure, although that statement was debunked by BBC earlier this month.

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"Makers of the Freddie Mercury biopic tell the BBC the film is 'still very much alive' despite writer Peter Morgan's claims to the contrary."

No director has been attached to the biopic as of yet.