Biography of Freddie Mercury "Bohemian Rhapsody" and 20th Century Fox is now world champion.
"Bohemian Rhapsody," starring Rami Malek as the late Queen singer, left production issues and bad reviews to tidy up $ 50 million at the box office in the United States and Canada at the weekend. According to the study accounts 5 million international. This exceeded the anticipated expectations of the premiere of $ 35 million to $ 40 million at the weekend.
But the spectators rushed to the halls to see the praiseworthy performances of Malek, the protagonist of Mr. Robot, and performed the rhythmic gods of the Queen as öv We Champions & and ”Another Powder Ancak. Opera song title. The film, directed by Bryan Singer without Dexter Fletcher, resembled a concert where the band's performance in the 1985 Live Aid concert was broadly heard.
Olduğun This is truly a celebration of the Queen and her music, and I think we did a good job of making people know what it is, iyi said Chris Aronson, director of distribution at Fox.
The Fox film will soon be the premiere of Disney's premiere studio. Walt Disney Inc. & # 39; s "Nutcracker and the Four Harlem" ("The Nutcracker and the Four Kingdoms"), despite the 125 million dollar production budget, only $ 20 million entry. Disney is about to merge with Fox in the coming months.
Bir We were expecting a stronger start, but I think the parties will be more of a film as they get closer to parties, la said Cathleen Taff, director of film distribution at Disney.
According to ComScore, the North American cinemas are the top 10 films at the weekend.
1. "Bohemian Rhapsody", $ 50 million ($ 72.5 million internationally).
2. "The Nutcracker and Four Realms", $ 20 million ($ 38.5 million international).
3. "Nobody's fool", $ 14 million.
4. "A Star Born", $ 11.1 million.
5. "Halloween", $ 11 million.
6. "Venom", $ 7.9 million.
7. "Smallfoot", $ 3.8 million.
8. "Goosebumps 2", $ 3.7 million.
9. "Hunter Killer", $ 3.5 million.
10. "Hate U Ver", $ 3.4 million.