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Postby braca » Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:43 pm

Rockintunesbaby wrote:Lots of good info thanks Braca, I think we'll get to 770 this weekend. Great news about the Baftas!
Baftas- though missed out on getting a Best Film nomination despite getting a GG .

Not been able to update the Korea that segment of the site is down somehow
shows a message in Korean which I cannot select and copy
So no idea what is going on
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Postby Lawyeris » Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:44 pm

Global album chart TOP 10
Week 2 / 2019 - January 12
3 (4 / 3) Soundtrack - Bohemian Rhapsody - 114.000 / 1.443.000 (Total)
10 weeks in TOP 10, 11 weeks in chart
http://www.mediatraffic.de/albums-week02-2019.htm
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Postby braca » Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:49 pm

Daily Domestic Chart for Wednesday January 9th, 2019
Bohemian Rhapsody
$416,387-16%
1,080
$194,917,649 total gross N. A.
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Postby Rockintunesbaby » Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:20 pm

Yes it is a bit strange with the baftas but they tend to be a bit anti hit movies.
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Postby braca » Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:23 pm

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/20 ... 9ffc1eebed

Bohemian Rhapsody’ fever sweeps Japan and South Korea

TOKYO — They are calling it the “Bohemian Rhapsody” phenomenon here, as the movie that celebrates the band Queen and the life of lead singer Freddie Mercury has rapidly become a national cultural obsession in South Korea and Japan.

In South Korea, a country of 51 million people, the film has already sold 9.4 million tickets, with box office receipts of $72 million, second only to the United States and even overtaking those in the band’s native Britain, according to film industry data.

Rising fast, in fourth place globally with receipts of $56 million already, lies Japan, where word of mouth has played a key role in widening the film’s audience since it opened in early November.

In South Korea, Queen-related events are being held across the country, including an exhibition of the photos by the band’s official photographer, Richard Young, and a hastily arranged tour by British tribute band the Bohemians.

Queen songs are taking over South Korean national television as well, appearing in commercials and reality shows. A major broadcaster replayed the 1985 Live Aid concert in December, while young singers from the nation’s enormously popular K-pop bands staged a tribute ensemble in a televised year-end show.

In Tokyo, the movie is discussed endlessly in company cafeterias, bars and restaurants. Fans share their favorite scenes, including those that made them weep, and even trade tips on which movie theaters allow people to stand up, sing and dance along with the songs.

That in itself is quite something in reserved Japan, where moviegoers usually sit in absolute silence, even through the credits at the end of films.

It is not uncommon for people to see the film twice or more, with some confessing on social media how they are “hooked” or “addicted” to some of the songs. At one movie theater in Nagoya, in central Japan, moviegoers are being offered a 200-yen ($1.90) discount if they turn up in a Queen T-shirt, 400 yen if they wear a white tank top and 700 yen for full Freddie Mercury attire.

The band has always been popular in Japan, where its successful 1975 tour helped launch it on the path to global fame. Music Life magazine rated Queen as the most popular Western band every year but one from 1975 to 1982, ahead of bands such as Led Zeppelin and Kiss.

But what has been more surprising is how the film’s appeal has spread to a younger generation unfamiliar with Queen until now. Social media is buzzing with stories of parents recommending that their sons and daughters go to the movie. Sharing musical taste across generations is also somewhat unusual in the world of Japanese pop culture.

The country’s conservative prime minister, Shinzo Abe, went to see the movie on New Year’s Day, telling reporters afterward only that it was “good.”

One popular tabloid newspaper, Nikkan Gendai Digital, whose audience is mainly middle-aged men, even published an article suggesting “three tricks” to sound more like Mercury when singing his songs in karaoke bars or at year-end company parties.

The tips, from someone who apparently teaches an entire class on the subject, included opening your mouth vertically, using your abdomen to breathe, using a little vibrato and even pumping your fist while singing.

In interviews, guitarist Brian May has spoken warmly of the band’s relationship with its fans in Japan and thanked fans in South Korea for the “incredible” audience figures there. Mercury even had a Japanese garden at home, boosting a sense of affinity with the country.

Critics said that the movie’s success was inspired partly by nostalgia for an era when music produced huge stars who could transcend all age groups in their appeal, but that it was also very much based on the enduring popularity of Queen’s music.

It also appears that Mercury’s troubled life has struck a chord here: On social media, fans talked of taking courage from his “struggles” and relating to his “vulnerability.”

The movie attracted some criticism in the United States and Britain for toning down the wilder side of Mercury’s life and his drug use and for taking liberties with chronologies and historical accuracy. That has been less of a concern here to people less acquainted with the band’s lead singer, London-based journalist Ginko Kobayashi wrote in a blog post.
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Postby braca » Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:38 pm

According to
https://pro.boxoffice.com/movie/31668/bohemian-rhapsody

Total Worldwide Gross: $749,235,407
Total Domestic Gross: $194,917,649
Total International Gross: $554,317,758
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Postby braca » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:39 pm

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#BohemianRhapsody now confirmed to re-expand into 1300+ North American theaters this wknd with 750+ of them playing a new sing-along version. Hit film is on the verge of crossing $750M at global #boxoffice.

If this is accurate then I think it will pass 220 in NA
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Postby braca » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:45 pm

http://www.boxofficereport.com/predicti ... 90109.html
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Jan. 11 - Jan. 13, 2019

12 Bohemian Rhapsody (Fox) $3.4 M $198.7 M +44% 11
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Postby Lawyeris » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:48 pm

braca wrote:http://www.boxofficereport.com/predictions/predictions20190109.html
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Jan. 11 - Jan. 13, 2019

12 Bohemian Rhapsody (Fox) $3.4 M $198.7 M +44% 11
Yea!!! :P The movie will mahe >$200m in USA, for sure :D
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Postby Rockintunesbaby » Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:54 pm

I am truelly blown away by the success of this film. It's expanding now in some countries which means 800 million is inevitable. It's almost a shame that it's going to DVD in February. I think it almost has the potential to reach a billion if it does well at the oscars but that won't happen because it won't be available at cinemas then, I presume!
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Postby braca » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:45 am

......while Fox will be adding a few more theaters to the release of Bohemian Rhapsody in the wake of its two Golden Globe wins with over 750 locations debuting a "sing-a-long" version of the film.

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4474&p=.htm

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Postby braca » Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:39 am

https://www.mymovies.it/cinemanews/2019/159209/

La migliore delle new entry è Non ci resta che il crimine con 146mila euro e 23mila spettatori, un'apertura che gli vale il secondo posto davanti a Bohemian Rhapsody, che incassa altri 115mila euro e a vola a 23,9 milioni. I 24 dovrebbe essere superati entro oggi, i 25 entro la fine del mese (nella più pessimistica delle previsioni).

The best of the new entries is We have only the crime with 146 thousand euro and 23 thousand spectators, an opening that is worth the second place in front of Bohemian Rhapsody, which collects another 115 thousand euro and flies to 23.9 millions. The 24 should be exceeded by today, the 25 by the end of the month (in the most pessimistic of the forecasts).

Nuovo record per Bohemian Rhapsody: è il miglior incasso recente, a livello mondiale, tra i film che non sono stati distribuiti in Cina. Togliendo gli incassi cinesi il biopic sui Queen avrebbe fatto meglio di Thor: Ragnarok, Venom (guarda la video recensione), Wonder Woman (guarda la video recensione) e persino dello stesso Aquaman. È notizia di ieri che il film, per sfruttare il successo ai Golden Globe, sarà rilanciato negli Usa in oltre 1400 sale, cosa che potrebbe velocizzare il raggiungimento degli 800 milioni a livello mondiale.
 
New record for Bohemian Rhapsody: it is the best recent collection, worldwide, among the films that have not been distributed in China. Removing Chinese earnings the biopic on Queen would have done better than Thor: Ragnarok, Venom (watch the video review), Wonder Woman (watch the video review) and even the same Aquaman. It is news yesterday that the film, to take advantage of the success at the Golden Globes, will be relaunched in the US in over 1400 theaters, which could speed up the achievement of 800 million worldwide.

Bohemian Rhapsody è 3° in classifica al Box Office, ieri ha incassato € 115.148,00 e registrato 17.494 presenze.

Box Office Italia del 10/01/2019
1. Aquaman: Euro 168.569
2. Non ci resta che il crimine: Euro 146.188
3. Bohemian Rhapsody: Euro 115.148
4. Van Gogh - Sulla soglia dell'eternità: Euro 90.759
5. Ralph Spacca Internet: Euro 88.113
6. City of Lies - L'ora della verità: Euro 85.256
7. Vice - L'Uomo nell'Ombra: Euro 32.477
8. Moschettieri del Re - La penultima missione: Euro 27.418
9. La befana vien di notte: Euro 27.149
10. Benvenuti a Marwen: Euro 24.470
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Postby braca » Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:51 am

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TOP 10 - 10 Enero
1-AQUAMAN
2-BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
3-EL REGRESO DE MARY POPPINS
4-SPIDER MAN UN NUEVO UNIVERSO
5-TIEMPO DESPUES
6-BUMBLEBEE
7-RALPH ROMPE INTERNET
8-SOBRE RUEDAS
9-SUPERLOPEZ
10-ELIMINADO DARK WEB
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Postby braca » Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:35 pm

Daily Domestic Chart for Thursday January 10th, 2019
Bohemian Rhapsody
$378,657-9%
1,080
$195,296,306
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Postby braca » Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:11 pm

https://variety.com/2019/music/news/why ... 203104828/

Why Queen Was, and Still Is, Even Bigger Than ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

For anyone paying attention to the band's tour grosses or synchs, the film's nearly $200 million gross in the U.S. shouldn't be a huge surprise.

"Bohemian Rhapsody” is, by any measure, gargantuan. It’s at the $195 million mark at the U.S. box office and just got a turbo boost heading toward the magic $200M mark, with a post-Golden Globes expansion back into 1,300 theaters set for Friday, including a new “sing-along” version set for more than 750 screens. Its foreign grosses sit at $553 million. That’s big — bigger than the robot on the cover of “News of the World.” Bigger than Brian May’s stacks of Vox amps. Bigger than Rami Malek’s dentures. Big, we tell you.

But you know what’s even more behemoth than “Bohemian”? Queen.

Maybe that seems like an obvious point, but maybe not. There is a fair amount of myth-making in “Bohemian Rhapsody,” as detractors focused on ways in which the story departs from the historical record have pointed out. But there are some myths around the film itself, and one big one is that the movie somehow put the band back on the map. There are those who can’t imagine even the most popular musicians in the world being terribly relevant unless they’re being legitimized by the movies or television — let’s call them medium-ists — which results in a false narrative developing about Hollywood raising a moribund band from the dead. The other day I even ran into someone who said that no one should care about the complaint that the film short-changes some of the band members because “no one could name anyone but Freddie Mercury anyway.” If classic rock is one big background din in your mind, maybe it’s easy to look at the grosses and say, “Who knew?” … and wonder if someone should be green-lighting “Styx: The Motion Picture.”

As a matter of fact, somebody probably should make a movie out of the Dennis DeYoung-Tommy Shaw wars, but on pure artistic merit, not because it’s going to make $200 million. Maybe no other potential rock biopic could. What the upcoming “Rocketman” film could do is anyone’s guess, but there’s an argument to be made that Queen has loomed even larger in the rock imagination than Elton all these years, despite the frontman’s death putting a 28-years-and-counting crimp in their recording career.

The answer to “Who knew?” is: Anyone who’s seen or even heard much about the appeal of Queen + Adam Lambert on tour. (The plus-sign punctuation is theirs; they’ve been canny about how to make the “fill-in” singer’s name a full-disclosure addendum, even when it was Queen + Paul Rodgers for a spell in the 2000s.) The modern incarnation of the group doesn’t play a lot of gigs, but when they do, they usually play at 100 percent capacity. Pollstar has the numbers. The trade publication’s records show that from just 97 box-office reports they have on file for Queen + Adam Lambert from 2014 to the present — a relatively leisurely number of shows, indicating how little these veteran musicians need to tour — the group grossed $127 million. Their most recent arena show in Dublin, Ireland on July 8 brought in $1.3 million. Their most recent residency show at the more intimate Park Theatre in Las Vegas on Sept. 22 raked in $824,000, from a little more than 5,000 attendees. And you could ascribe these numbers to anticipation created by trailers for the movie, except for the fact that they were easily selling out Madison Square Garden on the east coast and the Forum on the west in 2014, back when a Queen biopic was just a twinkle (soon to turn to a tear) in Sacha Baron Cohen’s eye.

Yes, the film has boosted the bands profile immeasurably, and their agents would be foolish not to have at least tested the waters for a Dodger Stadium or Rose Bowl-sized show. But the fact is, Queen was always big, and it’s the pictures that got bigger to meet them (to mis-paraphrase Norma Desmond).

And fans don’t just come to honor Mercury. Brian May was arguably always almost as big a draw for the rock crowd, and a smaller but sizable contingent — hand raised here — would walk away disgruntled if Roger Taylor did not take his spotlight moment to sing “I’m in Love With My Car.” But in former “American Idol” king Lambert, the surviving members have found the perfect balance of foil: someone who’s part nimbly operatic impressionist, part flamboyant-in-a-different-way draw in his own right. Mercury is obviously irreplaceable, and also, in a very practical way, replaceable — and of the maybe half-dozen or fewer people in the world you could imagine are well known and gaudy and huge-voiced enough to fill that role, Queen picked one of them. It is a happy fate that did not befall the Doors, Nirvana or any other loss-stricken mega-band you could think of. It also did not hurt that they waited a decent interval to soldier on.

And during that decent interval, there was licensing. Lawdy, was there licensing. There should perhaps be an asterisk put on claims for Queen’s enduring popularity for a fade of sorts in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, but any lull ended in 1992 with the headbanging sequence in “Wayne’s World,” and then it was off to a day at the races. Prior to that, beyond Mercury’s illness-based fade from public view before his death in 1991, there were the repercussions of some more synthetically inclined late-period albums that left the group’s rock ‘n’ roll base cold. And, contrary to what the movie maintains and conventional wisdom has adopted as gospel, Queen’s Live Aid performance in 1985 did not change the world or even get universally hailed as something that obviously eclipsed anything else that transpired that day. There was a bit of reputation damage from the disco-forward years (except maybe in the UK, where even a polka album would have stood in the way of their being a sacred totem). But once Mike Myers literally flipped his wig, the world was reminded not just of the greatness of “Bohemian Rhapsody’s” multiple middle-eights, but that there was such things as “Queen II” and “Sheer Heart Attack.” And all the love kicked back in.

Especially among music supervisors. A look at their list of credits in films and TV shows this is no fresh resurgence. Edgar Wright wins the Most Valuable Director award among Queen fans for using “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “You’re My Best Friend” in “Shaun of the Dead” and “The Ring (Hypnotic Seduction of Dale)” in “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” before getting to “Brighton Rock” as a car-chase orgasm in “Baby Driver.” But few supervisors or directors have been able to resist the temptation to cast “We Are the Champions” for triumphant moments, real or mocked, or “Another One Bites the Dust” for scenes in which someone or something is biting the dust, or “Under Pressure” when a character is… wait for it… under pressure. There are less obvious tunes that found appropriate homes, like “Moon Cycle” for Bill Nye the Science Guy. “I Want It All” accompanied a Trump documentary all the way back in the ‘90s. You heard and loved (or were distracted by) their music in “Married With Children,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Big Bang Theory,” “Grand Theft Auto IV,” “King of Queens,” “The Sopranos,” “South Park,” “Iron Man 2,” “Cold Case” and “Stranger Things,” among untold dozens and probably hundreds of placements.

And the covers. Panic! at the Disco has had a small side career with their “Bohemian” cover, as featured on tour and in “Suicide Squad”; “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” has been recorded by Michael Buble, Dwight Yoakam, Fantasia, Diana Ross and the Chipmunks; “Weird Al” has gotten to both “Bohemian Polka” and “Another One Rides the Bus”; Metallica won the 1991 Grammy for “Stone Cold Crazy,” a year after true Queen-loving pioneer Trent Reznor did an industrial version of “Get Down Make Love.” There is a Queen song for every occasion, including “Thank God It’s Christmas” (a song so ubiquitous in Europe it inspired Sparks to record “Thank God It’s Not Christmas”).

All of which is to say: Let’s not kid ourselves. Hollywood has been good to Queen, but in looking for credit where credit is due, it’s clear that, in this instance, Queen was good to Hollywood. The difference may be boiled down to only half of the nation’s marching bands having a Queen medley in their set prior to 2018, versus about 90 percent of them now (hi, Ohio State). The passing on among generations is a given thing, because children demonstrably like Queen: Who doesn’t respond to those stacked vocals, as something cartoonish, if you’re a kid, or symphonic, if you’re a tad older? As strong as it is at helping instill mania, in the overall scheme of things, the movie is like a booster shot in the fat bottom of a group that was never in danger of going away in any of our lifetimes.
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Postby slightlymad » Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:28 pm

According to a UK chart expert Queen were the biggest selling albums group in the UK in 2018, No5 overall. Over on the Haven website, chart expert 'Shireblogger' has listed the Top20 selling Album acts of 2018 in the UK. Here is what he said about Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody :: 210,000 (#13)
Platinum Collection :: 169,000 (#24)
Greatest Hits :: 128,000 (#40)

Oh, the power of the cinema to sell music. With 4 soundtrack albums in this year's Top 13, I suspect Hollywood will now be full of wannabe film makers pitching their ideas for jumping on the bandwagon. Still, Bohemian Rhapsody (the soundtrack) did contain some interesting song selections and a lot of rare live material, so therefore made a decent companion piece to the Greatest Hits triple set.

The outcome was Queen increasing their UK album sales 2.5x compared to 2017, which is no mean feat for the group which is already the 2nd best selling act of all-time. My spreadsheet says they'll pass 25 million UK album sales in 2019, but I only need to be out by 0.5% for them to have already reached that landmark, and I'd never claim to estimate sales to that degree of accuracy.
Top UK Album Selling Acts 2018
1 - CAST OF THE GREATEST SHOWMAN :: 1,622,000
2 - GEORGE EZRA :: 810,000
3 - ED SHEERAN :: 780,000
4 - EMINEM :: 760,000
5 - QUEEN :: 650,000
6 - DRAKE :: 595,000
7 - ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA :: 520,000
8 - MICHAEL BUBLE :: 510,000
9 -ARCTIC MONKEYS :: 475,000
10 - FLEETWOOD MAC :: 440,000
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Postby slightlymad » Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:33 pm

UK Official Vinyl Albums Chart Top 40 - 11 January 2019 - 17 January 2019
1 - Queen Greatest Hits
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12 - Queen Greatest Hits II
39 - Queen A Night At The Opera
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Postby braca » Sat Jan 12, 2019 12:57 am

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Japan Weekend Forecast (01/12-13)
01 (---) ¥425,000,000 ($3.9 million), 0, ¥425,000,000 ($3.9 million), Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II - Lost Butterfly (Aniplex) NEW
02 (01) ¥319,000,000 ($2.9 million), -05%, ¥9,125,000,000 ($81.5 million), Bohemian Rhapsody (Fox) WK10
03 (02) ¥209,000,000 ($1.9 million), -29%, ¥3,075,000,000 ($28.2 million), Ralph Breaks the Internet (Disney) WK4
04 (---) ¥125,000,000 ($1.1 million), 0, ¥155,000,000 ($1.4 million), Creed II (Warner Bros.) NEW
05 (03) ¥100,000,000 ($920,000), -40%, ¥3,550,000,000 ($32.0 million), Dragon Ball Super: Broly (Toei) WK5
06 (07) ¥x87,000,000 ($800,000), -12%, ¥450,000,000 ($4.1 million), Love! Live Sunshine!! Over the Rainbow (Shochiku) WK2
07 (05) ¥x84,000,000 ($775,000), -32%, ¥760,000,000 ($7.0 million), A Banana? At This Time of Night? (Toho) WK3
08 (04) ¥x76,000,000 ($700,000), -41%, ¥6,330,000,000 ($56.5 million), Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Warner Bros.) WK8
09 (08) ¥x74,000,000 ($680,000), -23%, ¥1,075,000,000 ($9.7 million), A Star is Born (Warner Bros.) WK4
10 (06) ¥x61,000,000 ($560,000), -39%, ¥1,340,000,000 ($12.1 million), Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FOREVER (Toei) WK3

Bohemian Rhapsody... It appears to be headed for a mostly flat weekend, again, in its tenth weekend of release. If the forecast is accurate, it'll end up achieving the sixth or seventh biggest tenth weekend on record. Its ten week multiplier will also be the highest on record (25.75) for any film after ten weeks in release. There's still no stopping this film at the box office.
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Postby braca » Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:08 am

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Pronóstico taquilla:
1 #Aquaman 0.9M€
2 #BohemianRhapsody 0.7M€
3 #ElVicioDelPoder 0.6M€
4 #ElRegresoDeMaryPoppins 0.6M€
5 #SpiderMan 0.45M€
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Postby braca » Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:43 am

http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming

Chart Date: 01/11/2019 (Week Ending: 01/10/2019)
LW TW ARTIST | TITLE | LABEL TOTAL CHANGE ALBUMS TEA SEA

-- 10 QUEEN | PLATINUM COLLECTION HOLLYWOOD 36,986 -- 8,020 6,380 22,586

http://hitsdailydouble.com/building_album_chart

LW TW Artist / Album Label Sales Index % Change
34 5 QUEEN THE PLATINUM COLLECTION HOLLYWOOD 8,020 103%
11 8 QUEEN BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK) HOLLYWOOD 6,435 -22%
31 11 QUEEN GREATEST HITS 1 HOLLYWOOD 5,773 38%
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Postby innocenteyes » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:57 am

Australia:

Single:

36 (31) Bohemian Rhapsody

Albums:

1 (1) Bohemian Rhapsody <G>
4 (5) The Platinum Collection <P> (new peak)
5 (4) Greatest Hits <P>15
29 (27) Greatest Hits II <P>8

DVD:

1 (1) Live At Wembley Stadium <P>
3 (4) Live At The Odeon
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Postby Rockintunesbaby » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:16 am

I'm amazed, looks like Japan is heading for 100 million dollars.

So Disney take over 20th century fox this year. I can't help thinking there are people behind the scenes wanting to make a second movie about the last 6 years. Am I wrong?
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Postby Lawyeris » Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:35 am

UK TOP 100 album chart
https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/
4 (6) Bohemian Rhapsody OST, 12 weeks
10 (14) The Platinum collection, 225 weeks
87 (69) Greatest Hits, 859 weeks
99 (86) A night at the Opera, 62 week

UK TOP Singles chart
https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/
65 (48) Bohemian Rhapsody, 27 weeks
out (79) Dont stop me now, 49 weeks
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Postby braca » Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:30 pm

https://www.mymovies.it/cinemanews/2019/159232/
Aggettivi esauriti per Bohemian Rhapsody (guarda la video recensione), che viaggia con una media per sala altissima e arriva a 24,1 milioni di euro complessivi: il prossimo traguardo è superare i 25 ed entro il mese dovrebbe essere una formalità.

Adjectives sold out for Bohemian Rhapsody (watch the video review), which travels with an average for the highest room and reaches 24.1 million euros overall: the next goal is to exceed 25 and within the month should be a formality.

Bohemian Rhapsody è 3° in classifica al Box Office, ieri ha incassato € 218.728,00 e registrato 31.005 presenze.

Box Office Italia del 11/01/2019
1. Aquaman: Euro 295.186
2. Non ci resta che il crimine: Euro 273.469
3. Bohemian Rhapsody: Euro 218.728
4. Ralph Spacca Internet: Euro 191.808
5. Van Gogh - Sulla soglia dell'eternità: Euro 139.533
6. City of Lies - L'ora della verità: Euro 127.444
7. Vice - L'Uomo nell'Ombra: Euro 60.377
8. La befana vien di notte: Euro 60.073
9. Moschettieri del Re - La penultima missione: Euro 55.066
10. Attenti al gorilla: Euro 47.040
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Postby braca » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:06 pm

Boxoffice@BoxOffice 25m

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY
$930K Friday Estimate
$196.2M Domestic Total
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$930,000+146% 1,334 Theatres  total gross $196,226,306
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