It is unknown whether Fletcher or Singer will be listed as the director of the movie in the credits, Deadline reported.
Named after one of Queen's greatest hits, Bohemian Rhapsody is set for release the week of December 25, 2018.
The studio, which has about two more weeks of principal photography remaining on the film, is expected to name a new director within the next few days.
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After director Bryan Singer was sacked from directing the upcoming Queen biopic called Bohemian Rhapsody, it seems that Fox has already found a replacement to finish the production of the movie.
Fox has now announced that Fletcher, whose previous directing credits include "Eddie The Eagle" and "Sunshine On Leith", has been hired to replace Singer. Singer claimed to be caring for "a gravely ill parent", while the film's star, Rami Malek, cried foul, characterizing Singer as unreliable and unprofessional.
The move comes after Singer failed to return to set last week after the Thanksgiving holiday. While Singer disputed that account, he did acknowledge that there were "creative differences" but explained that he that he had to "return to the U.S.to deal with pressing health matters concerning one of my parents".
"The full cast of the film was revealed shortly after, with 'X-Men Apocalypse" s Ben Hardy playing drummer Roger Taylor, 'The Tourist" s Gwilym Lee portraying Brian May and 'Jurassic Park" s Joe Mazzello taking the role of bass guitarist John Deacon.