What a journey it has been for everyone involved with Bohemian Rhapsody.

The Freddie Mercury biopic initially went through production hell, changing its director midway through filming.

Despite the behind-the-scenes trouble, the film has wowed audiences, performing incredibly well at the box-office, before being the most awarded film at the 91st Academy Awards.

For anyone wanting to watch Bohemian Rhapsody for the first time, or for fans simply wanting to be rocked all over again, here’s how you can watch the Queen biopic from your own home.

HOLLYWOOD, CA – FEBRUARY 24: Rami Malek poses with the Best Actor award for “Bohemian Rhapsody” in the press room during at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

How to Watch Bohemian Rhapsody from Home

For UK viewers, the film has been available since February 16th in the form of a digital download, with Amazon offering the film for £11.99 on their Prime Video service.

Anyone wishing to get their hands on the physical release doesn’t have long to wait, with the film set to be released on March 4th on DVD and Blu-ray respectively.

It is available to pre-order from all major retailers, with the DVD being priced at £9.99, whilst the Blu-ray is £14.99. For a more immersive experience, audiences can pay £24.99 for the 4K Ultra HD copy.

Bohemian Rhapsody: Streaming

Due to the huge popularity of the film, we can safely assume that Bohemian Rhapsody will appear on one of the major streaming services in the future.

There’s currently no news if Sky, Amazon or Netflix have acquired the rights to the film, but do subscribe to Reality Titbit for more information on this subject.

Bohemian Rhapsody: Oscars

Bohemian Rhapsody performed incredibly well at the 91st Academy Awards, winning in four of its five categories.

Whilst wins for Film Editing, Sound Editing and Sound Mixing were all welcomed, it was Rami Malek’s Best Actor win for his portrayal of Freddie that was the big one, honouring the great frontman in the best possible way.

The only award Bohemian Rhapsody lost was Best Picture, which went to Green Book, but this was undoubtedly a successful night for all involved with the film.