Last weekend, the office had only one film, which won the right to sing "We are champions" and it was Bohemian Rhapsody. Freddie Mercury biopics won a $ 50m prize that was higher than even the most optimistic predictions. Part of what was going Bohemian Rhapsody Such a success was that viewers from all age groups came out to watch a movie.
You might think that a movie about a rock band that saw its growth in the 70's and 80's could fight the drawing of Millennials and Gen-Z-er, but Bohemian Rhapsody It turned out to be a success with the latest crowd in addition to those who followed the group in their youth.
As reported by THR, the comScore outbound poll service PostTrak split up the makeup Bohemian RhapsodyAt the weekend's opening audience and found the moviegoers young and old could not go out to earn a living with the Queen. According to PostTrak, 17% of Bohemian RhapsodyAt the weekend opening, the audience was between the ages of 18 and 24, while film participants aged 25-34 were 26% of the audience.
These are significant percentages that are similar to those expressed in October Born Star, who benefits from a contemporary pop star whose audience is younger. So it speaks of the constant importance of the queen and the desire to see this film in contemporary youth.
Audiences from 35-44 to 45-54 each were 19% Bohemian RhapsodyThe # weekend opening audience, with 14% of movie ticket buyers over the age of 55. So those who were alive to remember the Queen also went out to see the big screen biopic of the iconic bar.
This distribution shows that age groups in the whole spectrum were well represented and Bohemian Rhapsody did not have to rely only on older audiences. This is proof of how the long queen's music has been and how it is still topical, recognizable and loved today. It turns out that not all of our parents' music was terrible.
New and old audiences can swim in their hands, catch the legs and play a ring and response with Rami Malek's Freddie Mercury and Queen's eternal songs, which undoubtedly has been a factor. Bohemian Rhapsody& # 39; s box office success.
Bohemian Rhapsody not only enjoyed the sale of tickets from different ages, but also from men and women. The distribution of listeners was almost the same with 51% of women and 49% of men. This is in contradiction with Born Star, which weighs more often on women ticket buyers.
It seems that the vast range of ticket buyers really liked the movie when it was seen. Bohemian Rhapsody enjoyed "A" CinemaScore, pointing out that the audience really loved the movie, despite its silence. It works well with mouth and mouth Bohemian Rhapsody& # 39; s legs in the box.
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