Considering how much money 'Bohemian Rhapsody' made at the box office, despite the tumultuous production behind it, it's a wonder it did as well as it has.
All told, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' has made an astonishing $714 million so far from theatrical box office, and the home release is shaping up to be one of the biggest of the year. As you'd expect with a Blu-Ray / DVD, the special features are the main reason to be excited.
The full 22-minute set from Live Aid, the finale of the movie, is included and features two songs missing from the theatrical cut. Other scenes set to be included feature Freddie Mercury designing the logo for the band, how John Deacon came to join Queen, as well as how Mercury came up with 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'.
The Blu-Ray will be released everywhere on February 12th, whilst the Movies Anywhere/ Digital release will become available from January 22nd.