It's put Queen in the limelight, which has its gains and losses. It's probably a great time for tribute bands, guitar tutors who like the band, etc., as they get a lot of work, and it would've been a great time for me if I'd my old website running (I can imagine the visits it would've received at the end of last year...).
There are a few hipsters who may be all 'it's popular now, so it sucks', but well... that's life!
Well I liked it a lot. I still visit the web archive location once in a while to read through some of the information of what I'm listening to at that moment. I always admired that someone was able to analyze Queen's music on those levels.
I teach music to children for a living, and I can say with certainty that kids of wide-ranging ages now LOVE Queen. I can only assume it's largely the movie that's brought about that new level of interest.
When I was a kid, I was one of very few of my peers who was at all interested in the band. This was only 8-10 years ago mind you. If anything, young males were averse to it because of Freddie's sexuality. So I imagine the growing level of progressive thought among young people has also helped.