The long-delayed Freddie Mercury biopic is scheduled to start shooting in the summer of 2016 pending a full rewrite from Oscar-nominated screenwriter Anthony McCarten (Theory of Everything), according to a report from The Tracking Board.

The news comes two years after Sacha Baron-Cohen, who had been on board to play the legendary Queen frontman, left the project citing “creative differences.” Since then, the project had been assumed by many to be shelved (including Brian May, who joked about the movie not happening earlier this year).