There are a number of high profile movies making their streaming debuts this week.
The eagerly awaited new film about Elvis Presley from director Baz Luhrmann is released this week.
David Fincher has said he was bowled over after seeing the make-up tests that Sacha Baron Cohen undertook when he was set to play Freddie Mercury.
Brian May has said that he showed the ailing Freddie Mercury the Bohemian Rhapsody scene from Wayne's World, and that the Queen front man loved it.
Sharon said the biopic will focus more on sex, drugs and rock n roll than 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and 'Rocketman'.
Though the Oscar-winning Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody culminated with much of Freddie Mercury's story still to tell, it sounds like a sequel won't be happening.
Who wants to make sequels forever?
Joseph Mazzello has admitted that even Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg didn't recognise him in Bohemian Rhapsody.
Whitney Houston's family have signed off on the biopic 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody', with Stella Meghie in the frame to direct.
Bradley Cooper could be about to flex his vocal cords as the Bee Gees star, just a few years after crooning in 'A Star is Born'.
Not only did Bohemian Rhapsody clean up at the box office, it was also the most-watched movie at homes across the UK last year, even beating Avengers: Endgame.
Critics are "not the be all and end all of what makes a great movie" says Hardy.
A movie about sibling disco phenomenon the Bee Gees is in the offing from the producer of Oscar-winning Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
Queen drummer Roger Taylor has branded criticism of the Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody as being 'sneering and superficial'.
The Who singer Roger Daltrey has insisted that a planned biopic on drummer Keith Moon will be the antithesis of Bohemian Rhapsody.
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Rocketman director Dexter Fletcher has revealed that he considered a cameo from Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury.
David Attenborough is the famous face British people would most like to see treated to a movie biopic, according to a new survey.
Dexter Fletcher reveals the hilarious way that Rami Malek convinced him to join Bohemian Rhapsody.
The Chinese release of Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is coming under fire, after censors removed all references to homosexuality, AIDs and cross-dressing. Peng Yanzi, a Chinese LGBT activist who has seen both the western cut of the movie and the Chinese version told AP: “The cut scenes really affect the movie. Among the scenes missing is the one in which Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury comes out to his long-time partner Mary Austin (Lucy Boynton).
Bohemian Rhapsody has taken Number 1 for a fourth week on the Official Film Chart and shows no signs of slowing down - outselling the rest of the Top 5 combined. Three films in this week’s Top 10 have seen a lift thanks to their release on disc: The Grinch takes a step forward to Number 2, a new peak; The Nutcracker And The Four Realms dances 19 places up the chart to Number 4; terrifying action-horror Overlord lurches forward 12 spots to take its place in the Top 10 for the first time. This week’s highest new entry is Free Solo at Number 7. The gripping documentary features celebrated climber Alex Honnold, who spends his days climbing cliff faces with no equipment. The tense but enthralling watch follows Honnold as he prepares to free-climb the 3,000-foot-high El Capitan in California’s Yosemite National Park. Elsewhere in the Top 20, Christopher Robin shoots 29 places to Number 11; Incredibles 2 returns to the Top 20 after flying 18 places to Number 12, and Peterloo – which tells the story of the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre – debuts at Number 13. Musical Disney adventure Moana returns to the Top 20, taking a new peak of 19. This week’s Official Film Chart online show features a clip of Ralph Breaks The Internet, available to Download & Keep from March 25.
In some corners of the editing world, the fact that Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody won the Oscar for Best Editing raised a few eye-brows.
Official Film Chart Top 10 with 'Robin Hood' sneak peek - 13th March Bohemian Rhapsody has had another huge week on the Official Film Chart following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. Taking home the Number 1 trophy for a third consecutive week, the Queen biopic sold 465,000 discs in its first week of physical release, the biggest disc debut since The Greatest Showman which managed 497,000 in its first week, back in May 2018. Bohemian Rhapsody is the overall champion however, thanks also to the fact it racked up 388,600 digital sales in its first four weeks. In total, the chart-topper has sold 853,000 copies across DVD, Blu-ray, 4K UHD and digital downloads in its first four weeks, compared to The Greatest Showman which sold 845,500 in the equivalent four-week period. Elsewhere in the Top 10, A Star Is Born takes the Number 2 spot for another week; The Grinch climbs two places to Number 3; Tom Hardy’s Venom jumps three spots to Number 4. Hunter Killer drops a place to Number 5. Johnny English Strikes Again remains at Number 6 for a second week; Halloween (2018) falls four places to land at 7; The Greatest Showman hangs on to its place in the Top 10, rising two spots to Number 8. Widows enters the Top 10 for the first time this week on downloads alone, reaching Number 9 after climbing 8 places. Directed by Steve McQueen and adapted from Lynda La Plante’s bestseller, the film follows a group of women who undertake a heist following the deaths of their criminal husbands. Finally, Avengers: Infinity War continues to climb following the theatrical release of Captain Marvel, rounding off the chart at Number 10. This week’s Official Film Chart online show features an exciting clip of Robin Hood, available to download and keep from March 25. The 2018 film stars Taron Egerton as the folklore hero with a strong supporting cast including Jamie Foxx as Little John and Ben Mendelsohn as the Sheriff of Nottingham.
The box office success of Bohemian Rhapsody could mean that the next chapter of Freddie Mercury's story hits the big screen.
Queen's Brian May has slated the 'vindictive sickness' of the press and movie critics for the negative publicity given to Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.