Bohemian Rhapsody Sing-Along Version Hitting Theaters This Weekend
The Twentyeth Century Fox, New Regency and GK Films Expand Bohemian Rhapsody ]Golden Globe winner for best (dramatic) film, starring Golden Globe winner Best Actor (drama) Rami Malek, in front of more than 1,300 theaters in the United States and Canada this Friday, Jan. 11. More than 750 locations, a never-sung version of Queen's sensational celebration, their music and extraordinary singer Freddie Mercury. Chris Aronson, President of Twentieth Century Fox's National Division for National Distribution, said:
"We are thrilled to give the public the opportunity to see this exceptional film, awarded with a Golden Globe , showcasing the incredible performance of Golden Globe by Rami Malek in cinemas around the world, the US and Canada in their original version and in a "singing" version unpublished.
Bohemian Rhapsody The most profitable musical biopic of all time, has amassed a total of more than 734.4 million US dollars to date.In addition to his victories at Golden Globe, the film has received SAG nominations for exceptional male actor (Rami Malek) and its outstanding cast.PGA nomination for outstanding producer (Graham King) and nominations to the Broadcast Film Critics Association for Best at Malek, the best costume design and the best hairdressers and makeup artists.
Bohemian Rhapsody celebrates rock band Queen and her incendiary singer, Freddie Mercury (performed by Rami Malek, during a tour de force). With an original scenario by Anthony McCarten ( The Darkest Hour The Theory of Everything ), and the History of McCarten and Peter Morgan ( The Queen The Crown ), the film traces the rise of the group and its leader, who bravely defied stereotypes and broken conventions. Although Queen has achieved astounding worldwide success thanks to her iconic songs (including We Are The Champions, Someone to love, Do not stop me now and We'll rock you) and her style and her sound revolutionary, it was not without obstacles. Mercury – amidst personal struggles – chose to abandon the band to pursue a solo career. His eventual reunion with the band at Live Aid 1985 is then considered one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music, although this time in Mercury's life is also marked by his tragic battle against AIDS.