MOSCOW, November 12th. / Tass /. The "Bohemian Rhapsody" musical and biographical play about the Queen of British band and soloist Freddie Mercury, released in Russian hiring on November 1, keeps his leadership in cinemas in Russia and & The CIS countries for the second weekend in a row. This follows from the preliminary data of the kinobusinness.com portal for November 8-11.
Over the weekend, the film directed by Brian Singer and Dexter Fletcher raised 223 million rubles. The film was starred Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilim Lee, Ben Hardy and others.
Secondly there was the criminal drama directed by Federico Alvarez "The girl who was stuck in the web" (Girl in the Spider's Web) won 87.5 million rubles in the first four days of hire. The tape tells a girl hacker and journalist who is investigating the murder of a famous Swedish scientist. The film starred Claire Foy, Sylvia Hooks, Vicky Crips and others.
The third place was taken by the "Overlord" war film, directed by Julius Avery, who brought 66.4 million rubles. The tape, who has been running in cinemas since November 8, talks about two American soldiers who found themselves at the back of Germany during the Peer-based attacks in Normandy in 1944. The roles were performed by Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell, Jacob Anderson and others.