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Austin Butler in the trailer for Baz Lurhmann's Elvis

Austin Butler in the trailer for Baz Lurhmann’s Elvis

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Before that Cannes Film Festival Premiere, Baz Luhrmanns Elvis He has something else Trailer for a movie. This time, the trailer looks deeper into the scandalous side of Elvis Presley (played by Butler Austin), and how his manager Tom Parker (as performed by Tom Hanks) used obsession to make him a star.

In the opening trailer, we see Butler as Elvis defiantly wiggles his finger on stage, fanning the flames of controversy. His theatrical performances send shock waves across the country, as people denounce the corruption of hip movements. People want to frustrate the guy, but damn it! Born to vibrate and vibrate! Butler really delivers on his performance as young Elvis, who has earned a seal of approval by those who knew Presley.

The great Gatsby Baz Luhrmann books Elvis Along with Sam Brommel, Craig Pierce and Jeremy Donner. Lurhmann directs the film, which also stars Olivia Degonji as Priscilla Presley, Dacre Montgomery as Steve Bender, David Wenham as Hank Snow, and dog power Cody named McPhee as singer-songwriter Jimmy Rodgers.

Actress Riley Keough, Elvis’ granddaughter, recently watched the movie with Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley. during It was “Women In Motion” Discussion, watching Elvis described as a “A very emotional experience,” she admitted that she cried throughout the show.

“In the first five minutes, I could feel how much work Buzz and Austin did in trying to make it right. It made me emotional right away,” Keough said. “I started crying for five minutes and didn’t stop. There are a lot of family traumas and generational traumas that started in that time for our family.” I felt so honored that they worked so hard to get its core, to feel its core. Austin captured that so beautifully.”

Elvis It will debut in theaters on June 24, before hitting HBO Max 45 days later.

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