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Bohemian Rhapsody is an enthralling celebration of Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury (Malek), who defied stereotypes and convention to become one of history’s most beloved entertainers. Following Queen’s meteoric rise, their revolutionary sound and Freddie’s solo career, the film also chronicles the band’s reunion, and one of the greatest performances in rock history.

For the first time, fans can experience a truly one-of-a-kind music movie event with the complete “Live Aid” Movie Performance featuring two never-before-seen songs (“Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “We Will Rock You) packed into a 22-minute collective experience recreating the original event. In addition, on Blu-ray & Digital, fans will get a look behind the making of the film including interviews with Queen, the cast and creative team.

Thanks to 20th Century Fox we received an advance blu-Ray copy to review the bonus features content for you!

Bohemian Rhapsody Digital, 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™ SPECIAL FEATURES
The Complete Live Aid Movie Performance Not Seen in Theaters (featured in 4K Ultra HD™ HDR on the 4K Ultra HD™ Disc)

Rami Malek: Becoming Freddie
Rami Malek discusses the journey he underwent to become the iconic legend that is Freddie Mercury. Beginning from sending in an iPhone video of himself as Freddie Mercury being interviewed to doing his due diligence to learn about the singers life before and after his rise to fame. Rami worked with a movement coach to be able to capture the body movements and mannerisms that were iconic to Freddie. He also worked with various vocal coaches so he could sing out while filming. Even if his voice wasn’t heard the performance needed to look real.

The hair and makeup tram helped capture the essence of Freddie Mercury with wigs, mustaches, nose prosthetics and fake teeth. Wardrobe and makeup made the transformation take full effect.

The Look and Sound of Queen
When making the film, producers needed to be truthful to the events of Freddie’s life. They didn’t look for big names, rather great actors that could transform themselves. It as important to have actors that could embody each band member, not imitating them but embodying them. Brian May and Roger Taylor were very involved in the making of the film and were alleys on hand to give insights to what Queen and Freddie Mercury were about.

The actors all dove in learning to play their respective instruments so it was authentic and didn’t look like anyone was faking it during the musical pieces. The costume designer made sure to cover every star formation that Queen went through throughout the year from hairdos to clothing.

Production design had their work cut out for them recreating the many stages that Queen performed it throughout the world and through time. Reproducing Freddie’s home and the recording studio where they recorded Bohemian Rhapsody.

Recreating Live Aid
You can’t talk about Queen without talking about their historic performance at Live Aid which was why it was a huge undertaking to recreate for film. Being the first thing filmed, the actors portraying Queen had to forge a friendship quickly in order to be able to show the United front that Queen was after years of playing together.

Overall the Bohemian Rhapsody Blu-Ray bonus feature delivers on giving fans of the iconic band and artist a good behind the scenes look at the making of what is to become a legendary film. Rami Malek shows why he’s been nominated and won so many awards thus far. Bohemian Rhapsody is available int DVD, Blu-day and 4K Uktra HD February 12.

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Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

March 6th, 2019

The Favourite

It’s a weird week at the box office. There are no massive releases; Creed II, is by far the biggest release of the week. However, there are a ton of releases that would make the regular list in a normal week, but have been pushed into the Secondary Blu-ray list, mainly because I have nothing to say about them. There are some contenders for Pick of the Week, including The Favourite on Blu-ray Combo Pack and Liz and the Blue Bird on Blu-ray. It came down to a literally coin-toss here and The Favourite won. More...

February 24th, 2019

Green Book

It’s Oscar night and we will be live blogging the show. We will announce the winners and have our reactions as they happen, while keeping track of how our readers did in predicting the outcomes. More...

February 24th, 2019

The Favourite

It’s Oscar Day, and we will be live blogging the show. Before that, let’s take a last look at the nominations with a few annotations. in Italics are those that have received the most votes from our readers so far in our Oscar contest (which is open to new entries until noon, Pacific, today—enter now!). Bold films are those films I think will win. Meanwhile, those that are Underlined are those I want to win. Not all categories have underlined nominees, because not all categories have someone I’m cheering for, or because there are two nominees I couldn’t pick between. For example, I would be happy with half of the Best Picture nominees winning. More...

February 21st, 2019

Roma

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. We end with the biggest award of the night: Best Picture. I don’t know who’s going to win. I think I know who the favorite is, but there are five films here that could win and I wouldn’t really be surprised. More...

February 20th, 2019

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

The fall smash hits and the Oscar contenders are starting to come out in full force, making it a great time on the home market. This week, we have one of the biggest hits of the fall, A Star is Born; one of the best movies of the year, Can You Ever Forgive Me?; and the Anime that arguably solidified Moe as powerhouse genre, K-ON: Complete Collection Premium Box Set. Of the three, I like K-ON the most, but I admit that price will scare away a lot of people, so Can You Ever Forgive Me? is the better choice for Pick of the Week. More...

February 16th, 2019

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody is a monster hit earning more than $200 million domestically and $800 million worldwide. It has also been one of the biggest Awards Season players; in fact, some consider it the favorite to win the Best Picture Oscar. On the other hand, its reviews are barely in the overall positive level. Are the moviegoers and Awards Season voters right and the critics too cynical? Or is there something other than the movie itself that is winning people over? More...

February 14th, 2019

Bohemian Rhapsody

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. This week we look at the four acting categories, continuing with Best Lead Actor. Like the Best Supporting Actor category, there is a favorite here, but an upset wouldn’t be that shocking. More...

February 13th, 2019

Shoplifters

It’s a shallow week on the home market. That said, Bohemian Rhapsody was a monster hit, especially internationally. It isn’t a Pick of the Week contender, but we do have a trio of contenders: At Eternity’s Gate, Audition, and Shoplifters. It’s a close race, but Shoplifters came out on top. More...

February 11th, 2019

The Favorite

The BAFTA winners were announced and The Favorite led the way with 7 wins. Like I mentioned before, understandably, the BAFTAs tend to favor British films and this can lessen their ability to predict Oscar winners and The Favorite is such a British Film that they managed to spell the word correctly. That doesn’t mean there are no lessons we can learn from these results. More...

January 24th, 2019

Glass

Glass opened in first place on the international chart with $48.5 million in 55 markets. Its biggest market was Russia, where it opened with $5.19 million on 1,381 screens. On the other hand, arguably its best market was Mexico, where it earned $4.15 million over the weekend for a total opening of $4.39 million. This is more than double the $2.02 million Split opened with and the record for M. Night Shyamalan in that market. On the down side, the film has practically done its international run and only has China ahead. More...

January 24th, 2019

The Hate U Give

We’re getting close to the monster hits from fall finally coming out on the home market. Closer, but we are not quite there yet. This week’s biggest release is First Man, but it is not the best. The race for Pick of the Week came down to three contenders: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Hate U Give, and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Set Three. It was a close race, but in the end The Hate U Give won out. More...

January 23rd, 2019

The Favourite

The Oscar nominations were announced yesterday starting at just after 5 am Pacific time. They do this every year for reasons no one has been able to adequately explain to me. Because it was the day after a long weekend, it took a bit of time to get all the normal work done and digest the results. And there were some interesting results to digest. No one film led the way with total nominations, as two films, The Favourite and Roma tied with 10 nominations each. More...

January 20th, 2019

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

The Producers Guild of America announced their winners on Sunday night and the reactions to the winners range from “obviously” to “what were they thinking?” More...

January 20th, 2019

Glass

Glass’s box office potential has continued to drop and it is now estimated to earn $40.59 million over the three-day weekend and $47.06 million over four. The three-day opening is barely ahead of Split’s opening weekend and it is certainly lower in terms of tickets sold. Furthermore, Glass’s reviews and B-rating from CinemaScore are clearly already having a negative effect on the film’s legs. That said, the film only cost $20 million to make and while Universal is only handling the domestic run, it will break even just on its domestic numbers. The film’s international run is being handled by Disney, mostly, and they reported $48.5 million in 55 markets. The only market the film hasn’t opened in is China, which is the only international market Disney is not handling the distribution. According to Disney, the film is 13% ahead of Split internationally, but again, given its weaker reviews and its CinemaScore, its legs will likely be short enough that Glass will finish with less than its predecessor. Then again, it cost just $20 million to make and will likely hit $100 million worldwide on Monday, so everyone involved will be happy with this result. More...

January 12th, 2019

The Favorite

The BAFTA nominations were announced and The Favorite led the way with 12 nominations. Sometimes the BAFTAs are a really good indicator for who will do well on Oscar night. Other times their bias to British films is too much. I think this year will be an example of the latter and I don't think The Favourite is suddenly an Oscar favorite. That said, there’s still some things you can learn here. More...

January 9th, 2019

Bumblebee

Bumblebee rose to first place with $82.7 million in 62 markets for totals of $192.0 million internationally and $289.6 million worldwide. It was able to earn first place thank in part due to its first place debut in China, where it earned $58.06 million over the weekend for a total opening of $59.26 million. The film needs to make more than $150 million in China to have a secure future there. Granted, films in China tend to have short legs, but Transformers has usually been the exception, so I’m cautiously optimistic for its chances. More...

January 7th, 2019

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

The Golden Globes were the first major Awards Season ceremony this year handing out the hardware on Sunday night. Are last night’s events a strong indicator for the Oscars? I hope not! Certainly not in all categories, as there were some puzzling results last night. More...

January 4th, 2019

Black Panther

The Producers Guild of America announced their nominations in the theatrical categories today and there are some trends building. However, there are also some questions generated after these nominations were announced. More...

December 19th, 2018

Aquaman

Aquaman expanded worldwide at the weekend, earning $131.3 million on 44,134 screens in 43 markets for a two-week total of $266.4 million on the international market. It debuted in over 40 markets, but China was still the dominant force, as it pulled in $54.24 million on 24,528 screens there over the weekend for a two-week total of $189.30 million. A 42% drop-off is amazing for China, which is know for sharp sophomore declines, and the film is already the fourth-biggest super hero film in that market. On the other hand, the film’s biggest opening came in Mexico, where it earned $6.62 million over the weekend for a total opening of $8.00 million there. This is significantly below the openings of both Wonder Woman and Justice League. Overall, Aquaman beat those films more often then not, sometimes by rather large margins. For example, it earned $7.8 million on 3,110 screens in Russia, which was more than double Wonder Woman’s opening in that market. However, at this point, we can safely say China will contribute a disproportionate share of its international box office. More...

December 12th, 2018

A Star is Born

The Screen Actors Guild were the third group to announce their nominations for this awards season. There’s not a lot of surprises on this week’s list. A Star is Born led the way with four nominations, while The Favourite was right behind with three. More...

December 12th, 2018

Aquaman

Aquaman debuted in China dominating the market with $92.98 million over the weekend for a total opening of $94.28 million. This is roughly as much as the rest of the top five made combined. It is also certainly more than it will open with domestically. More...

December 11th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

There were no new releases / expansions / re-releases in the top five over the weekend. In fact, there were no such films in the top ten. Not a single film in the top five even switched positions, so there’s almost nothing to talk about. Ralph Breaks the Internet held on a tiny bit better than predicted, but that didn’t stop the overall box office falling 27% from last weekend to $84 million. This is still ahead of the same weekend last year, but by a tiny 1.5% margin. Year-to-date, 2018’s margin over 2017 barely changed and currently sits at 10.7% or $1.04 billion at $10.82 billion to $9.77 billion. More...

December 9th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Both animated films are doing great at the box office with Ralph Breaks the Internet matching our prediction nearly perfectly with a studio estimate of $16.1 million over the weekend, which would give it a running tally of $140.9 million. Internationally, the film has barely opened in half the world earning $18.0 million over the weekend for a total of $117.3 million. This includes a first place debut in Spain with $4.6 million over the five-day weekend. Its next major market isn’t until December 21st when it opens in Japan, while it is a Boxing Day release in Australia. More...

December 8th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

It looks like it will be another soft weekend at the box office. The lack of new releases is not helping holdovers too much, but most of the top five is on pace to match expectations, more or less. For example, Ralph Breaks the Internet pulled in $3.52 million on Friday, putting it on pace for $15 million over the weekend. This is within a rounding error of our prediction and nothing to panic about. Granted, the film is falling behind Coco’s pace, while $200 million domestically is becoming a more difficult goal, but Disney could give it a push over the top if it wants to. More...

December 6th, 2018

Vice

The Golden Globes nominations are the second major Awards Season set to come out. It is still very early in the year and the predictive value of the Golden Globes is a little suspect, but there are still some things to learn here. For example Vice led the way with six nominations, so its Oscar chances have gone up, but don’t expect it to lead the way when the Oscars nominations are announced. More...

December 6th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

The first weekend of December is usually a terrible weekend to release a new film. However, that’s because it is usually the first weekend after Thanksgiving long weekend. This year this is not the case, but there are still no wide releases to talk about. The closest to a new release is Schindler’s List, which is getting a semi-wide release. It has a slim chance at reaching the top ten, but I wouldn’t bet on it. This means the top five this week will be identical the top five from last weekend with Ralph Breaks the Internet leading the way. This weekend last year, Coco remained in top spot with $18.45 million, while the only wide release was Just Getting Started, which missed the Mendoza Line. I think 2018 will win in the year-over-year competition, but not by a lot. More...

December 5th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald remained in first place on the international chart with $40.8 million on 18,922 screens in 80 markets for totals of $386.9 million internationally and $521.4 million worldwide. Its biggest market of the weekend was Japan, where it added $7.5 million to its running tally, which now sits at $25.6 million. Its biggest market overall is China, where it has $56.65 million, including $2.37 million this past weekend, followed by the U.K. with $33.8 million, including $3.5 million this past weekend. More...

December 4th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

The post-holiday weekend matched expectations, more or less. Ralph Breaks the Internet led the way with $25.57 million over the weekend. The Possession of Hannah Grace opened better than expected and earned more than it cost to make, so if it can find an audience on the home market, it could break even. Overall, the box office fell almost exactly $100 million from last weekend, but it is a post holiday weekend, so this 47% drop-off is not unexpected. More importantly, this is 9.5% above the same weekend last year, which continues 2018’s winning streak. 2018’s lead over 2017 is basically within a rounding error of where it was last week at $10.8 million / $1.05 billion at $10.70 billion to $9.65 billion. More...

December 2nd, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet will retain top spot on the weekend box office chart with an estimated $25.8 million for a two-week total of $119.3 million. Granted, this is lower than we predicted, but not so much lower than anyone at Disney should be panicking. Internationally, the film added an estimated $33.7 million in 27 markets, lifting its international total to $87.7 million after two weeks of release. Its only major market opening of the weekend was the U.K. where it reportedly earned $5.2 million. This is less than Wreck-It Ralph opened with, but that film debuted during the school holidays, so it got a boost. Ralph Breaks the Internet should have longer than average legs thanks to Christmas, but I don’t think it will match its predecessor in this market. More...

December 1st, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet remained in top spot on the box office chart on Friday earning $5.74 million. This is 74% lower than its opening Friday; granted, that was a holiday, so a sharp decline was practically guranteed, but this is still sharper than anticipated. Look for $25 million over the weekend, which is weaker than our prediction and puts $200 million in jeopardy. It will need help over the Christmas break to get there. More...

November 29th, 2018

The Possession of Hannah Grace

It’s the weekend after Thanksgiving long weekend, which is one of the worst weekends for a wide release. This weekend, The Possession of Hannah Grace is the only new release and it is only opening in 1,700 theaters. This means Ralph Breaks the Internet will have no trouble remaining in first place. In fact, the top five from last weekend will remain nearly the same. A couple might switch places, but that’s it. This weekend last year, Coco remained in top spot with just under $28 million, while there were no new releases / semi-wide expansions that managed to grab a spot in the top five. Its holdovers vs. holdovers, which gives 2018 a small advantage. More...

November 28th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald fell more than $100 million to $83.3 million on 27,922 screens in 80 markets for totals of $322.2 million internationally and $439.2 million worldwide. Its only new market was Japan, where it debuted with $13 million on 1,008 screens. By comparison, the first Fantastic Beasts earned $15.5 million during its debut in that market. The film’s best holdover was Germany, where it added $7.5 million on 1,460 screens lifting its running tally to $23.2 million after two weeks of release. On the other hand, it plummeted 82% during its second weekend in China down to just $6.44 million for a two-week total of $52.11 million. The film likely won’t reach $500 million internationally and its worldwide total might be as much as $200 million shy of its predecessor. This is still enough to be profitable, but there is reason to be concerned about the franchise going forward. More...

November 27th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

The weekend box office was more lucrative than predicted with both Ralph Breaks the Internet and Creed II breaking records. Depending on how technical you want to be. Ralph Breaks the Internet led the way with $55.67 million over the three-day weekend and $84.47 million over five. This is technically the record for biggest Thanksgiving opening, as Frozen had a prestige opening the weekend before and only expanded wide on Thanksgiving. Nearly every other film on this week’s list also topped predictions helping this weekend to rise 26% from last weekend hitting $216 million over the three-day period. This was also 15% higher than the same weekend last year, which is a more important result. I was really expecting 2018’s lead over 2017 to be down significantly from its peak; however, instead it has stretched its lead to $1.04 billion or 11% at $10.53 billion to $9.49 billion. More...

November 25th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

While Thanksgiving long weekend wasn’t as lucrative as earlier figures suggested, estimates are still better than our predictions. For example, Ralph Breaks the Internet should open with $55.67 million over the three-day weekend for a five-day opening of $84.47 million. This is technically the record for biggest Thanksgiving opening, as Frozen had a prestige opening the weekend before and only expanded wide on Thanksgiving. Internationally, the film reportedly made $41.5 million during its opening weekend. This doesn’t sound like a lot, but it is only playing in about a third of international markets, and only three major markets. It opened with an estimated $19.5 million in China, while it was also dominant in Mexico ($6.3 million) and Russia ($5.7 million). Overall, the film nearly tripled Wreck-it Ralph’s openings in the same markets. The film won’t have the same legs, as sequels almost never do, but this is still an amazing start and it is clearly on pace for $600 million worldwide. More...

November 24th, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph Breaks the Internet again led the way on Friday with $21.74 million for a three-day total $50.54 million. Good news: It is still on pace to top our prediction; in fact, depending on when you read this on Saturday, it might have already done so. At this point, a five-day opening of $85 million seems like a safe bet. Bad news: it has fallen behind Moana’s daily pace, despite a much faster start, so it will definitely have weaker legs. It should still have no problem getting to $200 million domestically and still is in a race with Dr Seuss’ The Grinch for biggest hit of November. It’s just no longer a record-setting opening. More...

November 21st, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

It’s Thanksgiving long weekend, which means it is officially the start of the holiday blockbuster season. This year, three films are opening wide hoping to become hits. One of them, Ralph Breaks the Internet, could become the biggest hit of the month. Creed II is expected to top its predecessor during its five-day opening. Robin Hood is just hoping not to bomb in theaters. Both Green Book and The Front Runner were scheduled to expand wide, but neither will. In fact, The Front Runner isn’t even expanding semi-wide. This weekend last year, Coco opened with nearly $73 million during its five day weekend. Ralph Breaks the Internet likely won’t earn that much over the weekend, but it should come close. Additionally, Justice League earned $60 million during the five-day frame, which is very likely better than Creed II will perform. However, after that point, 2018’s depth becomes stronger than 2017’s depth and we should earn the small win in the year-over-year competition. More...

November 20th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald started its international run with $191.5 million on 50,865 screens in 79 markets for a worldwide debut of $253.7 million. Its largest opening was in China, but it had to settle for second place there with $36.68 million on 22,008 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $37.53 million. It had more impressive debuts in the U.K. ($16.3 million on 1,823 screens) and in Russia ($12.36 million on 1,623). The film had the best opening in the Harry Potter franchise in 21 markets, but overall, it was only 3% ahead of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the same markets. Its much weaker reviews will likely lead to shorter legs, but even so, it should still have no problem getting to $600 million worldwide and becoming Warner Bros.’ biggest hit of the year. If the next installment in the franchise falls just as much, then the studio will have reason to be concerned. More...

November 19th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

As expected, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald topped the weekend box office chart; however, it failed to meet expectations by about 10%. Additionally, neither Instant Family nor Widows matched expectations and this hurt the overall box office, which fell 2.9% from last weekend to $172 million. More importantly, this is 14% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2018 has reached $10 billion and now has a running tally of $10.18 billion. This is 11% or $1.01 billion ahead of last year’s pace. More...

November 18th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

As expected, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald topped the chart over the weekend. However, the opening is weaker than expected with an estimated $62.2 million. Additionally, it has weaker reviews (40% vs. 74%) compared to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them; a worse CinemaScore (B plus vs. A); and a lower internal multiplier (2.43 vs. 2.51), so this film's legs will likely be much shorter and getting to $200 million might be asking too much. On the other hand, the film has an estimated $191 million internationally, so there’s no reason to worry for Warner Bros., as this movie will be fantastically profitable in the end. More...

November 17th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald opened in first place with $25.7 million on Friday. The film actually had better previews than Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, but its Friday was 13% below its predecessor. This is a bad sign for its legs. Additionally, its reviews fell to just 40% positive, while it only managed a B plus from CinemaScore. On the positive side, the film is doing much better internationally and the film already has $74.3 million in just two days of international release. It will break even on just its international numbers, but the film’s poor reception with critics and moviegoers could hurt the rest of the installments in the Fantastic Beasts franchise. More...

November 15th, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the latest installment in the Harry Potter franchise, but sadly, its reviews are, by far, the worst in the franchise. It should still have no trouble earning first place and will very likely break even just on its international numbers, but this is still troubling for its future. The second biggest release of the week is Instant Family and its reviews are good, but not great. They are certainly fine for a family comedy. Widows is the best-reviewed new release, but its buzz is quiet enough that it will barely finish in the top five. Meanwhile, A Private War is expanding nationwide and that could help it earn a spot in the top ten, but I wouldn’t bet on it. This weekend last year, Justice League opened with $93.84 million, while Wonder debuted in second place with $27.55 million. Add in The Star’s $9.81 million opening and the three wide releases pulled in $130 million. There’s no way the new releases this year will match that and 2018 will likely lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

November 14th, 2018

Venom

Venom roared into first place with $117.30 million on 44,833 screens in 85 markets for totals of $467.71 million internationally and $674.01 million worldwide. Nearly all of the film’s weekend haul came from China, where it made $107.85 million in 40,000 theaters over the weekend for a total opening of $110.40 million. Whoever made the decision to recut the movie to a PG-13 rating feels like a genius after this result. More...

November 12th, 2018

The Grinch

The weekend box office had a few success stories and a couple of misses. Dr Seuss’ The Grinch was one of the success stories with $67.57 million, which matches predictions perfectly. The other two new wide releases were less successful. Overlord did okay, but it will need a lot of help to break even any time soon. On the other hand, The Girl in the Spider’s Web likely won’t break even. The overall box office rose 15% from last weekend hitting $167 million. This is 11% more from the same weekend last year. I really wasn’t expecting 2018’s losing streak to end after just one weekend. This is great news. 2018’s lead over 2017 is practically the same as it was last weekend at $1.01 billion or 11% at $9.95 billion to $8.94 billion. More...

November 11th, 2018

The Grinch

The Weekend box office is on par with expectations, for the most part. Dr Seuss’ The Grinch is dominating the box office chart with an estimated $66.0 million debut. This isn’t the record for biggest November weekend for an animated film, but it is reasonably close. Its reviews and its A minus from CinemaScore suggest reasonably long legs at the box office. In fact, with the holidays coming up, it has an outside chance at $200 million. Internationally, its start is a little more muted at $12.7 million in 23 markets, including $6.53 in 559 theaters in the U.K. That’s equivalent to a $35 million opening here, given the relative size of the two markets. More...

November 10th, 2018

The Grinch

Dr Seuss’ The Grinch debuted in first place on Friday with $18.67 million. This is not quite as good as we were originally expecting, but better than its previews would indicate. This is good news for the film’s long term chances. Its reviews having fallen below the overall positive level. It did earn an A minus from CinemaScore, which is good for a family film, but not great. Universal expects the film to earn $67 million over the weekend, which is close enough to our $68 million prediction to be a success. It is also very close to its $75 million production budget. More...

November 8th, 2018

The Grinch

Dr Seuss’ The Grinch could be the biggest hit of the month, if it gets off to a fast start this weekend. There is some good news, as it could break The Incredibles’ record for November weekend for an animated film. This weekend, The Girl in the Spider’s Web and Overlord are both aiming to become midlevel hits. I’m not sure either will get there. Their buzz hasn’t grown as their release date has neared, which is troubling. This does mean Bohemian Rhapsody will very likely earn a solid second place, while The Nutcracker and the Four Realms has a shot at third. This weekend last year, Thor: Ragnarok earned more than $57 million during its second weekend of release, while the combined openings of Daddy’s Home 2 and Murder on the Orient Express were even better. 2018 should be better on top, but it won’t have the same depth leading to a loss in the year-over-year comparison. More...

November 7th, 2018

Boy Erased

Boy Erased led the way on the theater average chart earning an average of $41,411 in five theaters. This was nearly three times the second place film, A Private War, which earned an average of $15,123 in four theaters. The only other film in the $10,000 club was the overall box office leader, Bohemian Rhapsody, with an average of $12,765. More...

November 7th, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody rose to first place with $72.5 million in 64 markets for an early international total of $91.7 million. This week it opened in first place in both Mexico ($5.33 million) and Australia ($4.87 million). On the other hand, it only earned second place during its debut in South Korea with $4.40 million on 936 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.65 million. The film only fell 40% during its second weekend in the U.K. earning $7.56 million in 681 theaters for a two-week total of $26.88 million. More...

November 4th, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody

Fox is projecting a $50 million opening for Bohemian Rhapsody over the weekend. When I see a studio estimate a number like that, I always assume they overestimated, and not just because it topped predictions, because a “$50 million opening weekend” sounds a lot better than a “$49 million opening weekend” and getting that one day of extra hype could help its box office chances. It would require a 2.71 internal multiplier to get there, which would be a little high for a film like this. Its reviews are good, but not great, while audience scores are better at 4.5 out of 5 from PostTrak and an A from CinemaScore. More...

November 3rd, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody dominated the Friday box office chart with $18.4 million. This is better than our prediction, but not quite as good as some were expecting after Thursday’s previews. Its reviews are good, but not great, while it earned an A from CinemaScore and a 4.5 out of 5 from PostTrak, so audiences clearly like the film more than critics did. The film could come close to $50 million over the weekend, but it probably won’t quite get there. More...

November 2nd, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody started its domestic run with $3.9 million in previews, which is in line with our prediction, for the most part. Compared to A Star is Born, it is better or worse, depending on how you look at things. A Star is Born had three days of previews earning $4.5 million in total, but if you only look at Thursday night, its previews were $3.2 million. Had the film only had one day of previews, it would have earned somewhere in-between those two results. Additionally, Bohemian Rhapsody’s reviews are weaker than A Star is Born’s reviews are and its target demographic is more likely to rush out opening night, so its legs won’t be as long. That said, it has an excellent chance at earning more than our $36 million prediction over the full weekend. More...

November 1st, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody

November is the start of the holiday blockbuster season and practically every week from now until after Christmas is an excellent weekend to release a film. (The weekend after Thanksgiving is the only real exception.) This year, things don’t get off to a tremendously fast start, as there are no monster hits. That said, Bohemian Rhapsody could be a $100 million hit domestically. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms has to deal with terrible reviews and a lot of direct competition from bigger family films coming out this month. Finally, Nobody’s Fool is the first Tyler Perry movie not released by Lionsgate. It is not being heavily advertised as a Tyler Perry movie either. This weekend last year, Thor: Ragnarok opened with $122 million. No film opening this year will match that. All three films combined won’t match that. 2018's winning streak will end. More...

November 1st, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

October continued 2018’s phenomenal box office run, for the most part. There were a couple of films that missed expectations by $10 million or more, but on the other hand, Vemon and Halloween were smash hits and are now the first and second biggest October debuts of all time. Furthermore, 2018’s lead over 2017 is, as I’m writing this, just shy of $1 billion and if 2018 can maintain this lead, it will be one of the biggest year-over-year increases of all time. It won’t. The fun times end now. Why is that? Last November was amazing. There were only eight wide releases, but six of them earned more than $100 million. Three of those hit $200 million, including Thor: Ragnarok, which earned over $300 million. This year, there are a lot more movies opening in November, but it is a case of quantity over quality. No movie is expected to come close to $300 million and it would take a bit of luck just to have five $100 million hits. The film I’m looking forward to the most is Ralph Breaks the Internet, while it, Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch, and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald are all aiming for $200 million this month. Fortunately, even if 2018 is behind 2017’s pace by around $300 million, 2018 has built up such a large lead that it should still go into December with an insurmountable lead at the box office. More...

October 31st, 2018

Halloween

Halloween rose from fifth to first with $26.0 million in 62 markets for a two-week total of $46.0 million. The film’s biggest new market was Germany, where it earned first place with $3.41 million on 513 screens. On the other hand, it only managed fifth place in France with $2.37 million on 316 screens. Its Australian debut was in-between those two results at second place and $1.99 million on 264 screens. It’s best holdover was in Mexico, where it earned first place with $2.34 million over the weekend for a two-week total of $9.39 million. Like I mentioned last week, this film isn’t doing as well internationally as it is domestically, but it has done so well domestically that it will break even before taking its international numbers into consideration. More...

October 25th, 2018

Drama starring Rami Malek opens November 2 ... Full Movie Details.

A celebration of Queen, their music and their lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound, their near-implosion as Mercury’s lifestyle spirals out of control, and their triumphant reunion on the eve of Live Aid, where Mercury, facing a life-threatening illness, leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music. In the process, cementing the legacy of a band that were always more like a family, and who continue to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day. More...

July 17th, 2018

Drama starring Rami Malek opens November 2 ... Full Movie Details.

A celebration of Queen, their music and their lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound, their near-implosion as Mercury’s lifestyle spirals out of control, and their triumphant reunion on the eve of Live Aid, where Mercury, facing a life-threatening illness, leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music. In the process, cementing the legacy of a band that were always more like a family, and who continue to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day. More...

May 15th, 2018

Rock’n’roll biopic starring Rami Malek opens November 2 ... Full Movie Details. More...

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Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Freddie defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. They reach unparalleled success, but in an unexpected turn Freddie, surrounded by darker influences, shuns Queen in pursuit of his solo career. Having suffered greatly without the collaboration of Queen, Freddie manages to reunite with his bandmates just in time for Live Aid. While bravely facing a recent AIDS diagnosis, Freddie leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music. Queen cements a legacy that continues to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day. Cast: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joseph Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander, Allen Leech and Mike Myers

Product Details

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6009709165960

Department
Movies & TV
Released
5 Apr 2019
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Drama
Region
Region 2
Year
2019
Language
English
Subtitles
English SDH
Subtitle 2
Danish
Subtitle 3
Swedish
Sound Format
5.1 Dolby Digital
Original aspect ratio
2:39:1
Studio
20th Century Fox
Extras
  • The Complete Live Aid Movie Performance not seen in theatres
Runtime
129 min
Age Restriction
13DL
Trailer
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Bohemian Rhapsody
Release Year
2018
Running Time
135 min
Language
English
Categories
Dramas / Biography / Musicals / AIDS (Disease) / Biographical / Gays / Homosexuality / Musicians / Rock Bands / Rock Music
Synopsis
A chronicle of the rock band Queen, who rose to fame thanks to their revolutionary sound and the theatrics of their front man, the iconic Freddie Mercury, culminating in their reunion for the historic set they played at Live Aid in July 1985.
Cast & Crew
Director
Bryan Singer
Star
Lucy Boynton / Ben Hardy / Gwilym Lee / Rami Malek / Joe Mazzello
Co-Star
Dickie Beau / Max Bennett / Ace Bhatti / Meneka Das / Michelle Duncan / Aidan Gillen / Tom Hollander / Allen Leech / Jorge Leon Martinez / Aaron McCusker / Dermot Murphy / Mike Myers / Jess Radomska / Charlotte Sharland / Ian Jareth Williamson
Screenwriter
Anthony McCarten
Composer
John Ottman
Director of Photography
Newton Thomas Sigel
Story
Anthony McCarten
Hairstylist
Joseph Koniak
Assistant Director
Jack Ravenscroft
Sound Re-Recording
Paul Massey
Stunt Coordinator
James O'Donnell
Post-Production Supervisor
Miranda Jones
Music Director
Becky Bentham
Production Manager/UPM
Stewart Probert / Prashant Sharan / Jennifer Wynne
Animation
Thomas Phillips-Howard
Special Effects Supervisor
Mark Holt
Supervising Art Director
David Hindle / Stuart Kearns
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"[I]t runs through the greatest hits with a lot of energy....Malek certainly gives it his all as Mercury, affecting a toothy English accent and lip-syncing with sweaty abandon..."

Jesse Hassenger(23 Oct 2018, )

Empire
3 stars out of 5 -- "The film has a secret weapon: Rami Malek. As Mercury he is spectacular."

Olly Richards(23 Oct 2018, )

Hollywood Reporter
"The experiments in the studio are joyous, the concerts properly loud, and John Ottman's editing connects them fluidly..."

Sheri Linden(23 Oct 2018, )

Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 5 -- "[W]hen the singer plays 'Love of My Life' on the piano to show his love, the feeling comes through as genuine due to the raw emotion Malek and Boynton pour into their roles."

Peter Travers(30 Oct 2018, )

Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "What the film does -- and does well -- is pay tribute to the singer’s exuberant stage presence. It’s a stupendous performance by Rami Malek, the MR. ROBOT star capturing Freddie’s harlequin-suited swagger with Oscar-worthy skill."

James Mottram(26 Oct 2018, )

Variety
"Malek winds up looking, and inhabiting, the part to a remarkable degree. Watching BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, we always feel like we’re seeing Freddie Mercury standing right in front of us."

Owen Gleiberman(23 Oct 2018, )

Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Claire D on

Based on a true story. A look into the life and rise to stardom and fame of Freddy Mercury in Queen. Excellent performances and music throughout the movie. Loved it!

PopBoxZA Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

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Bohemian Rhapsody is a song you’ve heard at least once. And when you did it was probably unlike anything you’d ever heard before. It’s a song that almost 40 years later is still one of the most influential and memorable songs of all time. It’s apt then that a film of Freddie Mercury and Queen’s epic journey is named after this legendary song.

Biopics are notoriously difficult to get right. The subject matter is often well known by legions of fans and this is especially true of Freddie Mercury and Queen’s meteoric rise to fame and attainment legend status. How do you condense such a larger than life, genial, life into two hours?

While most point out the script as the most important key to any successful film casting isn’t far behind. It would have been a difficult question to answer if you were asked who could possibly be capable of portraying the magnificent Freddie Mercury. After all he isn’t only a legend of his own generation but continues to be regarded as such till today.

The fate of this film was always going to hang on the portrayal of Freddie Mercury and Rami Malek delivers a mesmerizing performance that you will not soon forget. In the performance/singing scenes he makes you believe that he is Freddie Mercury. It can’t and wont be a surprise to anyone if Malek picks up an Oscar for this portrayal. The casting too of Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon is spot on.

Visually the film excels brilliantly especially when allowing the audience to experience the 1985 Live Aid stage from the performers perspective. This is particularly when seeing Bohemian Rhapsody in IMAX is more than worth it. If you don’t experience several goosebump moments and tear up at least once then you need to have a doctor check your pulse.

In an era where most pop songs sound the same it’s no surprise that four decades later we still can’t stop listening to Bohemian Rhapsody. It would be a travesty of monumental proportions if the world, in any era, ever forgot about the majestic brilliance of Queen and Freddie Mercury. With this film their legacy has been it safeguarded even more. What a joy the whole experience was.

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Bohemian Rhapsody Uncut:

BoRhap stans will not want to read this one. Instead, what I recommend they do is watch BoRhap for the 1,000th time. In fact, this story was based on

something that actually happened not too long ago. My college roommate is obsessed with 'Bohemian Rhapsody', aka BoRhap as all the stans call it.

At the time, her birthday was coming up, so I decided to get it for her on DVD as a birthday gift. She always talked about it, even during class,

annoying the professor. I didn't want to buy it on Amazon or Best Buy because the DVDs were just WAY too expensive. So one day, I thought to myself,

"Why not find a cheap one on eBay?" and that's when I went to eBay to find the cheapest BoRhap DVD. In fact, I wanted an extended cut of the movie,

so she could watch all the deleted scenes and stuff. That's when I found a listing that was only $5.99 and it was an import from Spain. The guy 

selling it really needed money so I made a bid for $90.

Eventually, I won the bid. I had a $100 eBay gift card with me that I got for Christmas the previous year, and as soon as I bought it, I sent the

man a message saying, "Fearless lives on forever. Take my money." I then got a notification saying it will take only 3 weeks for it to arrive. 

Seriously? 3 weeks? And my roommate's birthday was only a month away! But luckily, I moved on and waited. 3 weeks later, it came in the mail in my

dorm room. It was wrapped in yellow construction paper. I then opened the package. It was a blank DVD case with a badly typed return address on the

front and on the back it said "I hope you enjoy the movie!" I opened the DVD case and discovered the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' DVD. It was a blank DVD

case with the title written in purple marker saying "Bohemian Rhapsody UNCUT". I KNEW it! I KNEW that this was an extended cut of the movie!

I decided to put the DVD in my DVD player, and despite it being from Spain, it actually worked! The DVD started with a black screen that lasted for

2 seconds, then a 5 second static. It was strange because it's a DVD and not an old VHS tape. Suddenly, the movie began. But the intro was different.

The 20th Century Fox logo played a creepy version of Brian May's version of the fanfare, and Freddie's voice wasn't heard. It showed Freddie sleeping

in bed wearing a white tank top that read "UNCUT" which was made of black permanent market. He was sleeping in a big, Queen-size bed (nice pun, huh?)

and when he woke up, 'Innuendo' played instead of 'Somebody to Love'. All it showed was Freddie getting ready for Live Aid, nothing else, not even

Brian May's guitar. After the song ended, it cut straight to young Freddie in 1970 as a baggage handler being harassed for being from Zanzibar.

However, they were also calling him "A Stupid African" and "Idiot Supreme". Seriously? How offensive! NO one had ever called Freddie that at all.

It then cut to the band Smile performing 'Doing All Right' but it sounded like a Chipmunks song. It then cut to the band recruiting John Deacon,

their bass player, a scene I have never seen before. However, the audio sounded a bit off. They sounded like that they were drunk, and that they

were getting high and making out with other people. I couldn't understand a thing they were saying, because I could closely hear heavy breathing

and police sirens, as in the Queen song 'She Makes Me'. The next scene showed Queen outside their van, however, they were lying on the ground like

they were dead, and they were wearing no shoes and no shirts. They seemed to be mumbling about something, which sounded like "Time for us to die in

this fucking weather!" I also heard "Damn it, we need to get rid of this stupid van!" Suddenly, a random guy came out of nowhere, he looked like 

Adam Lambert but had pink face paint on his face, and he dragged Freddie off the ground and said, "Take my fucking truck and get the hell out of 

here!" I couldn't believe that he would say such a thing! The movie's rated PG-13, so I thought this must have been an R-rated cut of the film.

The next scene freaked me out a little bit, it was the scene where Roger was presenting the band with a song he had written for their album 'A Night

at the Opera', titled 'I'm In Love with My Car'. After Roger said, "IT'S A METAPHOR, BRIAN!", Brian started laughing uncontrollably, and then Freddie

came in and threw a cigarette at Roger. It was a blooper reel that caused Roger to laugh as well, even though his jean jacket was all smoky from the

cigarette that Freddie had thrown at them.

Suddenly, the director of the movie came out of nowhere, and he had a club in his hand. He clubbed Roger on the head, grabbed his arms and threw him

to the ground. Roger was bleeding from the chest. I read somewhere that the director was a pedophile and was removed from the BoRhap nomination at

the BAFTA awards, and I couldn't believe what I saw. His true crimes were revealed on set. Ben Hardy, the actor playing Roger, was rushed to the

hospital after the clip had ended. I felt like throwing up even though I didn't. The next clip showed Sacha Baron Cohen as Freddie, and he was being

a heavy smoker and making out with Lucy Boynton as Mary Austin. He suddenly opened the window and belted, "GET DOWN, MAKE LOVE!" I do remember reading

that Sacha Baron Cohen was originally cast as Freddie Mercury, but never starred in the movie because Brian May and Roger Taylor didn't like him as

Freddie Mercury at all. The footage was quite weird, to be exact. Mary pushed him out the window crying, "YOU HATE ME BECAUSE YOU'RE FRIGGIN' GAY!"

Seriously? That IS going beyond the line! Thank God they got Rami Malek instead of HIM! Suddenly, cops came into the scene. Mary Austin was cuffed

to the bed while still wearing her nightgown. Suddenly, a TV static showed up for a few second, and then, a new scene appeared. A gold curtain was

on the stage, and there were thousands of Japanese people cheering. I knew it took place in Japan! The actors were taped to the stage, not doing

anything else but singing '39'. I KNEW it! The '39 scene! I was, of course, SO HAPPY but a little bit disturbed by this. Do you want to know why?

The actors were lip synching while struggling to get free, and I almost couldn't watch. It was like the director was trying to hurt these performers.

The next clip showed Queen arriving in Minnesota, still wearing the same outfits they wore in the '39 scene, however, Roger had blood tattooed on

his arms. Suddenly, Gwilym Lee, the actor playing Brian May, fell onto the stage as Queen entered the stage. The lights were burning, they were on

fire! He did a guitar solo from 'Fat Bottomed Girls' and then he started singing the low notes in the song. I was like, "OMG! That actor is fucking

talented!" Suddenly, he screamed "OH GOD HELP ME! IT'S STARTING TO GET TOO LOUD! RAMI, HELP!" and it was because there was a riot in the crowd,

everyone was throwing beer bottles at each other, and were bleeding from the glass that came from the beer bottles. He tried to get away from the

stage, but his feet were all tangled up in the guitar cord from the Red Special. He could hardly breathe, and tears were running down his cheeks.

Ben Hardy jumped off the stage and collapsed from this situation.

The final clip was the creepiest of them all, in fact, I regret viewing these scenes. One of these scenes was supposed to take place during the

'I Want to Break Free' scene. However, something eerie was about to happen. Do you want to know what it is? Freddie was singing "But life still

goes on...I can't get used to living without, living without you...." if you know this song very well, you know what I mean. Suddenly, Roger as

"Rogerina" was tied to a chair crying out, "PLEASE! PLEASE HELP ME! MUM!" I was like, "Wait, WHAT?!" He was crying, tears streaming down his face

because he couldn't move. Suddenly, out of nowhere, Deaky as the grandma showed up behind the tied chair. Apparently, he had ripped the newspaper

he was reading into shreds. He had a knife, and instead of freeing Rogerina, he sliced his face in half. Then, Rogerina slipped out of the tied

chair and died. I freaked out. And then, the film ended, like that. I couldn't believe it. So then I decided to do some research on this mystery DVD. 

I typed in 'Bohemian Rhapsody Uncut DVD' into the Google search bar. I then found out that a test audience of grown ups in the summer of 2018 were the

only people to ever view this version. Because of this, changes had to be made. I then read that the reason why BoRhap had the phrase "Fearless lives

forever" in the posters was because of the #MeToo movement. I remember sending the seller a message similar to that, what a coincidence! Apparently

the seller must have been inspired by BoRhap that he got the uncut version of BoRhap as a bootleg. I decided to do some more research. The purple

marker on the DVD was not marker at all, but purple blood that came from Rogerina's sliced face. I then learned that Egypt wanted to hang Rami Malek

for winning an Oscar for his portrayal of Freddie in the movie IF he ever visited Egypt. Yikes! I'm pretty sure Brian and Roger themselves would not

allow it. I turned the DVD back on later on to see if there were any extras whatsoever. Apparently the only extra on the DVD was an eerie one. I

clicked on the extra on the DVD with my TV remote. It was a black screen with all lights off and there were no doors and windows in the room 

whatsoever. The title said, "Freddie died" and it showed Freddie's dead body after he died of AIDS in 1991. That's when I started to flip out. I was

so mad that I turned off the DVD. I went back to my laptop and to my old friend Google. I did some research on Freddie's death. It turns out that

Freddie died of bronchial pneumonia as a result of HIV/AIDS. WHAT? No wonder I ordered a sick/demented version of the film! Since it was a bootleg,

I decided the man from Spain should be hanged in my country IF he ever came here. I called the cops right away and told them about the incident.

They said they found nothing suspicious, so they went back in their police cars and just....left. I gave up right away and destroyed the DVD in my

room. I'm starting to think that the man from Spain likes to bootleg popular movies, including movies from this year and last year. If you try to

look it up yourself, you will be destroyed for life. I can't believe that this version would ever exist. So if you ever find BoRhap UNCUT, DO NOT

watch it! It will make your life a lie, and you will die of disconsent. I can't take it anymore....but remember, you have the power to change

everything. Fearless lives on.......forever.

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ DVD To Feature Previously Unseen ‘Live Aid’ Footage

The DVD edition of the widely-acclaimed Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is set for release on 12 February and it will feature never-before-seen music performances. The film, which has been nominated for two 2019 Golden Globes and two SAG Awards, arrives on Digital and Movies Anywhere January 22 and then on blu-ray and DVD in February with the band’s complete Live Aid movie performance which was not featured in the cinema cut.

The complete Live Aid movie performance footage includes two never-before-seen songs (‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ and ‘We Will Rock You’) packed into a 22-minute collective experience recreating the original event. In addition, on Blu-ray & Digital, fans will get a look behind the making of the film including interviews with Queen, the cast and creative team.

It was also recently announced that a Bohemian Rhapsody sing-a-long experience is set to launch in cinemas across the UK during January. Cineworld, Vue, Showcase and Everyman cinemas are just some of the locations hosting the event, starting on 11 January. For tickets and the full list of participating cinemas, please visit the film’s official website.

Bohemian Rhapsody has officially become the highest-grossing music biopic of all time. The biopic, which sees Rami Malek playing the late Freddie Mercury, was released at the end of October and has now grossed over $600 million (£478 million) at the box office worldwide. $175 million (£139 million) of that figure was made in the US alone, meaning the film has now raked in more profits than The Greatest Showman.

As uDiscover Music reported during December, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is now officially the most streamed song from the 20th century. The iconic 1975 song, taken from A Night At The Opera, surpassed a staggering 1.6 billion streams globally across all major streaming services on December 10. The song has enjoyed enduring success in over 40 years of release, but it received a huge boost in late 2018 after the release of the Bohemian Rhapsody movie.

The British rock icons are also able to boast that the famous track is the most-streamed Classic Rock song of all time.

Queen guitarist Brian May said: “So the River of Rock Music has metamorphosed into streams! Very happy that our music is still flowing to the max!”

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Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound, their near-implosion as Mercury’s lifestyle spirals out of control, and their triumphant reunion on the eve of Live Aid, where Mercury, facing a life-threatening illness, leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music. In the process, cementing the legacy of a band that were always more like a family, and who continue to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day.

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