Queen has been added to another Hall of Fame, proving their music timeless. How to Brian May and Roger Taylor feel about it? 

At the Q Hall of Fame Awards in London earlier this week, Queen was honored with an induction and both Brian May and Roger Taylor say they never thought in the 1970's when they were making records that Queen's music would bridge generations and stood the test of time.

May adds that when he was a kid, he couldn't identify with the music that his parents were listening to so he thinks that it's wonderful that his music has crossed the generation gap.

U2 also showed up at the gala. Of course. They received the award for Greatest Act of the Last 25 Years.

A Freddy Mercury biopic is in the works with Sascha Baron Cohen in the title role and a book documenting Queen's musical legacy will be out before the end of the year.