Bohemian Rhapsody vs. Nutcracker Starts the November Box office on a Promising note
The films Bohemian Rhapsody and The Nutcracker and the Four Realms are the big films releasing this weekend at the US and will kick start November on a high note...
The musical biography drama Bohemian Rhapsody and the fantasy picture The Nutcracker and the Four Realms are opening at the North American theaters and all set to open the November box office with a bang on performance. The real story of Queen rock band with singer Freddie Mercury as the main lead, the film focuses on their journey to Live Aid performance at Wembley stadium with Rami Malek playing the main lead as Freddie.
The trailer of the film made huge expectations and hit the nostalgic memories of the iconic singer recreating the magical attitude and performance of Freddie. Another film The Nutcracker and Four Realms is opening with pretty good anticipations around it with the fantasy fans keenly looking forward to the film. Making it a tough fight box office, the new releases will take over the top spot from the dominating Halloween.
Newly releasing comedy drama Nobody’s Fool is also looking for the top three spots and expected to have a close competition with the Halloween around $15 million for the opening weekend. The films Bohemian Rhapsody and The Nutcracker and Four Realms will take the top two spots of weekend comfortably by $38 million and $20 million in the domestic box office.
October toppers Venom and A Star is Born will settle down from their ranking to have the next two spots, while Bradley Coopers musical romance drama is expected to have a $10 million weekend and the superhero film with $5 million. Goosebumps 2 and the Hunter Killer would maintain their decent run at the domestic box office.