The bohemian rhapsody, a biopic that reviews the history of famous singer Freddie Mercury and his legendary Queen, heads the box office, according to provisional figures released Sunday by the company Exhibitor Relations.
Directed by Bryan Singer, one of Hollywood's top names, Bohemian Rhapsody portrays American-born American actor Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, who died of AIDS in 1991 in London.
With $ 50 million in revenue in its first three days of screening in the United States and Canada, the film promises to continue to strongly raise its revenue.
Bohemian Rhapsody by a wide margin leads to another premiere, Nutcracker and the Four Kingdoms, the fantastic Disney movie, which grossed $ 20 million.
A star is born, the third remake of a 1937 film, with Lady Gaga playing a young singer, is in fourth place, with 11.1 million and 165.6 million in five weeks.
Halloween, sequel to John Carpenter's classic horror film, is in fifth place with $ 11 million and a total of $ 150.4 million in three weeks.
With $ 7.9 million in its fifth week on display, Venom ranked sixth and with 3.8 million, Smallfoot ranked seventh.