Elvis Presley Does not come inside Austin Butler A depiction of the late legend – so says TikTok … even if the king likes to display his own flesh and blood.
The TikTok account on the official “Elvis” page has posted a clip of the movie – which is due out this month – and shows Abby talking to another character behind the Elvis Hollywood sign … of how people want to bring her down. Discusses. He splashed on the first scene.
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Apparently, the “Elvis” team was trying to get some kind of viral challenge, but instead … they made a lot of jokes – especially about how some people understand Austin’s appearance / voice.You can take a look at some of your comments … it’s a tough crowd out there. Some say it doesn’t pass the eye test as an EP, but as many say its pronunciation is off – some (jokingly?) Argue that a Vegas impostor might be more appropriate.
Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. But, keep in mind, this is just a snippet of the film – and more importantly, Elvis’ surviving relatives (including his widow, Priscilla Presley) Has been singing Austin’s praises for the last few months …She recently revealed that Austin had thrown out Park’s role for her daughter Lisa Mary – who said that Abby deserves an Oscar for this. Swear Relay cafe (Elvis’s granddaughter) was heaping praise … posted a BTS clip featuring Austin himself singing Elvis’ tunes.
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So, it’s clear that the Presley family signed this flick … and more importantly, Austin’s turn as All ‘Snake Hips. And, at the end of the day, maybe just as important.We actually got Austin out of LA a while back and asked the Presley family what it means to be as enthusiastic about this project as they are … and when he wasn’t talking to us as much as he was on the phone, he Said in the end that it is a great deal for him.
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“Elvis” will hit theaters on June 24, and reviews have been largely positive … but only time will tell if people will agree. So far, they seem a bit skeptical – hey, everyone is a critic, right?