Outstanding film, tears, laughter, and proof Queen are the best band ever.
As the run-up Christmas starts the Dr Seuss classic about the season The Grinch takes over from Bohemian Rhapsody at the top of the US box office.
The animated film from Illumination who also brought us Horton Hears A Who makes its debut with a vert impressive $66 million opening weekend.
The most recent version of the film starring Jim Carey and directed by Ron Howard opened to $55 million back in 2000.
The Queen film drops to number 2 on its second weekend of release with $30 million which brings its total to just over $100 million.
Famed director JJ Abrahams has his name all over this film and with good reason as it has had a good responce from critics and public alike.
Directed by Julius Avery the film takes $10 million on its debut weekend to see it land at number 3.
Dropping considerably in its second weekend of release the Disney film takes $9.5 million to boost its total to $35.2 million and is at number 4 this week.
Last of three new releases on the top 5 this week is a sequel of sorts as the book its based on is from the universe of The Girl With The Dragon tattoo.
Taking $8 million from the weekend this is lower than the US adaptation of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo from 2011 with took $12.7 million on its debut.
The power of Bohemian Rhapsody was too strong for any new comers as the Queen film stays at the top of the UK box office for a second weekend.
After the excellent £9 million debut last weekend there is no surprise that it manages a second weekend at the box office summit.
Posting a second weekend gross of £5.7 million the Bryan Singer directed film may not have been a hit with the critics but is proving to be popular with the paying public.
The films total UK gross now sits at an incredible £20.4 million after 10 days of release.
The Lady Gaga starring film is proving to be a bigger hit in the UK than many other parts of the world as the film spends another week at number 2 taking £1.8 million after 5 weeks of release.
The film which currently has the number single in the UK and the number 1 album has now taken £22.9 million.
Disney gets Christmas stared with the release of the popular story often performed as a ballet this time of year and it snaggs the highest new film at number 3.
The film takes a reasonable £1.7 million on its debut weekend of release.
The animated family film stays at number 4 this weekend £1.1 million which brings its total UK gross to £10.1 million.
Still holding strong at number 5 this week the film has a 5th weekend gross of just over £1 million which brings its total to £16.3 million.
Still hanging onto the charts as we enter the holiday season the film has notched up 15 week on the UK box office.
Further down the chart at number 9 is the new Simon Pegg starring movie which makes its debut this weekend with a £400,00 gross.
Another film worth mentioning makes its debut at number 3 this week in the shape of Mike leigh's latest which opens with £350,000.
Freddie Mercury and the band Queen dominated the global box offie this week as they take their bio-pic Bohemian Rhapsody to the top of the world box office with Halloween falling to number 3.
The film expanded wide this week with a terretory count of 65 and took an incredible $122.5 million in global grosses.
This takes the Bryan Singer directed films total world gross to a very respectable $141.7 million after 2 weeks of release.
Disney get the Christmas season off to an early start with their film adaptation The Nutcracker And The Four Realms which lands this week at number 2.
Released in 46 countries the film took a very respectable $58.5 million on its debut week of release.
After a very successful Halloween season for the horror film it drops to number 3 this week with $230 million from 67 countries.
This brings the films total global gross to $294 million.
The slow burning romantic drama directed by and starring Bradley Cooper is at number 4 this week with a $25 million gross from 74 countries to boosts its global cume to $294 million.
Closing out this weeks global box office the Sony movie takes $23.4 million from 66 countries to boost its total world gross to an excellent $541.5 million.
This weekend the Freddie Mercury/Queen film Bohemian Rhapsody got its North American release and took the top spot with ease on its debut weekend.
Making an impressive debut at the top of the US box office the bio-pic took $50 million over its debut weekend.
The film is directed by Bryan Singer so wont come near to being his top film at the US box office as he had major success with the X-Men movies.
With such a good debut for the film we could see a far bigger total gross than studio expectations.
Second new entry of the week comes in at number 2 in the form of Disney new film based on the short story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King.
The film starring Keira Knightley and Directed by Lasse Hallström and Joe Johnston takes $20 million on its debut weekend.
Completing a trio of new released at the top of the US box office this Tyler Perry directed film comes in at number 3 with a debut weekend gross of $14 million.
This film has turned out to be a bit of a slow burner as the Lady Gaga starring film spends a 5th week onside the top 5, this week at number 4 with $11.5 million.
The film has now taken an excellent $165.6 million at the US box office.
With the scare season over for another year the horror film takes a tumble down the chart from the top to number 5 this week.
An $11 million weekend boosts the films total US gross to $150.4 million.
With the fright season upon us now the world wanted to be scared and took in Halloween to keep it at the top for a second week with Bohemian Rhapsody the top new film
For the second week running the Jamie Lee Curtis starring film tops the global box office, released in 63 countries the film takes $57.6 million this week.
This boosts the films total global gross to $172.3 million and it is by far the most successful film in the series.
Still hanging in there is the Bradly Cooper directed and starring film which this week takes $31.7 million from 76 countries, this boosts the film global gross to $253.3 million.
The Sony villain film is still at number 3 this week and takes $28.1 million from 66 countries to boost its total cume to $508 million, taking another Marvel film past the half billion mark.
The animated family comedy is still holding onto a top 5 spot and this week takes $22 million from 79 countries for a $167 million global gross.
The film has the biggest country count on this week global box office.
The alien hunter movie moves back to number 5 this week with a global gross of $20.7 million from just 21 countries, the films total gross is now $62.5 million.
Highest new film of the week is the Queen/Freddy Mercury bio-pic which has been released in just 2 countries and takes $12.2 million.
The Bryan Singer directed movie expands this weekend in the US market where Queen had a big following.
Queen are arguably one of the greatest bands ever with one of the most flamboyant lead singers in Freddy Mercury, Bryan Singer directs the story of Queen released on October 24th.
The film stars Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury in a performance which is exciting critics.
The BBFC have given the film a 12A rating in the UK for moderate sex references, drug references, infrequent strong language and the film has a running time of 134 minutes.
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (12A) moderate sex references, drug references, infrequent strong language https://t.co/bnHFkpkTNh— BBFC (@BBFC) September 26, 2018
Its had a troubled shoot changing director from Bryan Singer to Dexter Fletcher but lets hope that doesn't ruin the film spectacle of one of Britains greatest bands.
Due for released over Christmas of 2018 the film titled Bohemian Rhapsody will follow the exploits of the band and in particular Freddy Mercury who died of AIDS in 1991.
The lead singer lead an interesting life and one which should work well on the big screen, the film culminates at Live Aid in 1985, perhaps one of their greatest ever performances.
Check out the trailer below
Total World gross $384,330,487 and the 280th top grossing film globally
UK BBFC Certificate: 12AGenres:
Highest chart position: 1
Weeks on box office: 4