She leaves you speechless so much we are amazed from the first seconds by the young actor Austin Butler (Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood) who embodies an Elvis more real than life, ultra-credible and whose resemblance to the star is disturbing .
Tom Hanks unrecognizable
The numerous concert sequences - with the camera twirling around, magnificent lighting and insane costumes - make you want to discover more. While in the shoes of Elvis' manager, Colonel Tom Parker, Tom Hanks is unrecognizable.
20 years in the footsteps of the King
The film spans two decades of the King's life, from his rocky beginnings to his peak and untimely death in 1977, when he was just 42 years old. The story focuses on Elvis' complex relationship with his manager and some very important relatives like Priscilla Presley (Olivia DeJonge) or his parents, played by Helen Thomson and Richard Roxburgh. Rounding out the cast are Luke Bracey, David Wenham, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Xavier Samuel, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Dacre Montgomery, Leon Ford, Natasha Bassett and Yola. Elvis by Baz Luhrmann will be released in theaters on June 24 in the United States and June 22 in France.