If you’re a rock fan, you’ve probably seen this film released in 2018, which won the main performer an Oscar and a Golden Globe. But watch out car Bohemian Rhapsody will soon no longer be available for streaming…
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Bohemian Rhapsody will soon no longer be available for streaming. The film, which includes the story of this cult Queen song, leaves Prime Video this Friday, April 29 and the bad news is that it is not broadcast on any other platform, for the moment… Bohemian Rhapsodyby Bryan Singer, retraces the incredible destiny of Freddie Mercury, the emblematic singer of the rock quartet Queen, from the creation of the group in 1970 until the gigantic charity concert Live Aid in 1985. It is the actor Rami Malek, seen in series Mister Robot, who was chosen to play the singer on screen. Like every end of the month, streaming platforms renew their catalog. The problem is that Prime Video was the only platform to broadcast Bohemian Rhapsody… So we will probably have to wait a while before we can see it again.
Where can you see Bohemian Rhapsody?
Available on Amazon Prime Video until April 29, Bohemian Rhapsody had won more than 4.3 million French people in theaters when it was released in cinemas in 2018, and garnered more than 900 million dollars in revenue worldwide. Having become the most viewed biographical film in the world, the feature film has also been awarded several times. Nominated five times at the 91st Academy Awards, the film won four statuettes, including Best Actor for Freddie Mercury’s interpreter Rami Malek. Before playing the adversary of James Bond in Dying can waitthe actor was 100% involved in his role as a singing star, following intensive lessons with a coach and learning to wear dentures.
If you liked Bohemian Rhapsodythe other biopics on music to see
There is no shortage of biopics on singers, musicians or even composers. On the classical music side, Amedee, of Miloš Forman is still considered a true chef today. In a more popular register, Joaquin Phoenix made an impression for his performance in walk the line (available on Disney+), which looks back on Johnny Cash’s mythical concert at Folsom prison, while Jamie Foxx was Oscar-winning for his portrayal of Ray Charles in Ray. In France, Sveva Alviti was revealed for her role in Dalida (2016) and Jérémie Renier gave voice in Cloclo. Without forgetting, of course, Marion Cotillard, transformed and unforgettable in The kid.
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