The success of Bohemian Rhapsody
last year isn’t lost upon many. The Queen biopic walked away with four Academy Awards, including Best Actor for Rami Malek
, the big prize at the Golden Globes, and made about $900 million at the worldwide box office. That’s a lot of money that the late Freddie Mercury
may not get to see himself, but it looks like his family will get their share of the film’s profits.
When Mercury died in 1991, he left his London mansion and 50% of his future earnings to Mary Austin
, the “love of his life” and lifelong friend portrayed by Lucy Boynton
in the movie. The other 50% was divided among his family: his parents, who have since passed, and his sister, Kashmira Bulsara.
According to Sunday Express, Austin will be making at least $60 million from Bohemian Rhapsody and Bulsara is looking at around $25 million. The remaining members of Queen,