Player Rami Malek, August 9, 2018 in Los AngelesLISA O'CONNOR
Is this a real life? "Bohemian Rhapsody", a biopic that tells the story of the famous singer Freddie Mercury and her legendary Queen group, has taken the lead in the British box office, according to the final figures issued on Monday by the specialized company Exhibitor Relations.
The "Bohemian Rhapsody" directed by Bryan Singer ("Usual Suspects", "X-Men") was performed by Egyptian American actor Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury – Farrokh Bulsara with his real name – died due to AIDS in 1991 in London.
And with $ 51 million revenue in the first three days of operation, it seems that the movie is made for a great performance.
Nutcracker and Four Kingdoms, a fantastic Disney movie that raised $ 20.3 million, and Nobody's Fool, an African-American romantic comedy with $ 13.7 million.
"Star was born", the third remake of the 1937 film, with Lady Gaga as a young singer, helped by the excellent singer Bradley Cooper, who is the fourth with 11 million. In five weeks he raised $ 165.5 million.
"Halloween," the sequel to John Carpenter's horror film, is one fifth with $ 10.8 million, a total of 150.2 in three weeks.
Here's the sequel to Top 10:
6- "Venom": $ 7.9 million (198.7 in five weeks of operation)
7- "Yeti & Company": 3.8 million (77.5 in six weeks)
8- "Goosebumps 2: Halloween for Halloween": 3.7 million (43.9 in four weeks)
9 – "Hunter Killer": 3.5 million (13 in two weeks)
10- "Hate U Give": 3.3 million (23.4 in five weeks)