” is, by any measure, gargantuan. It’s at the $195 million mark at the U.S. box office and just got a turbo boost heading toward the magic $200M mark, with a post-Golden Globes expansion back into 1,300 theaters set for Friday, including a new “sing-along” version set for more than 750 screens. Its foreign grosses sit at $553 million. That’s big — bigger than the robot on the cover of “News of the World
.” Bigger than Brian May
’s stacks of Vox
amps. Bigger than Rami Malek
’s dentures. Big, we tell you.
But you know what’s even more behemoth than “Bohemian”? Queen.
Maybe that seems like an obvious point, but maybe not. There is a fair amount of myth-making in “Bohemian Rhapsody
,” as detractors focused on ways in which the story departs from the historical record have pointed out. But there are some myths around the film itself, and