ELVIS Trailer (2022)

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A biopic about Elvis Presley, with focus on his early years.

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Elvis (2022) is the new drama starring Austin Butler, Tom Hanks and Olivia DeJonge.

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42 replies
  1. depper
    depper says:

    That film has got Oscar written all over it. It will win 3 Oscars minimum and be nominated for dozens of awards. This real story will make millions of new young fans. Elvis was a YOUTH MOVEMENT more than anything. And that energy turned right into the civil rights movement and changed the world. Austin Butler looks like a young Johnny Depp and he will nab one of those Oscars for sure. This movie just made him a star. I WILL BE IN THE THEATER… no streaming …. on opening night! Bringing the whole family. Driving to a drive in movie theater FOR THE ULTIMATE NOSTALGIA 1st. Then the following week I'll see it in the IN THE highest quality IMAX THEATER we have so I can get the best sound quality experience.

  2. depper
    depper says:

    The great legends of color in his era: BB King – Jackie Wilson – James Brown were there to witness Elvis‘ creativity. He was a one-of-a-kind super talent that grew up in the black community during the great depression and segregation in the deep South. His support for the civil rights movement is not known by the greater population in America. This movie is going to examine this part. This is why almost all black musicians from that era absolutely loved Elvis because he was able to take that Memphis sound all around the country and then the world. Little Richard credited Elvis Presley multiple times for opening up the door for black music and creating a path that he could travel and so he could make his mark. Clearly a terribly racist time Elvis put poverty and racial socialization on his platform. But he did it all through Music and his behind the scenes actions alone. He never got political I think that’s what actually made him so powerful and able to succeed.

    BB KING: 'Let me tell you the definitive truth about Elvis Presley and racism', The King of the Blues, B.B. King said in 2010. 'With Elvis, there was not a single drop of racism in that man. And when I say that, believe me I should know'. — BB KING

    JAMES BROWN: “I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him … I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother”. — JAMES BROWN (During Elvis' private family wake, James was the LAST ONE TO LEAVE. 3 and a half hours later — it took several of his security guards to help him out of the room. James was devastated — they sang Gospel together to all hours of the night at each others' homes. James Brown was considered family by the Presley they were so close.)

    JACKIE WILSON: "A lot of people have accused Elvis of stealing the black man's music, when in fact, almost every black solo entertainer copied from Elvis." — JACKIE WILSON (Elvis quietly paid for Jackie's medical expenses until the day he passed away in 1977. Before Jackie's stage accident he would carry a small signed photo of Elvis in his pants pocket. Every day, bar none.)

  3. depper
    depper says:

    My initial humble opinion (and I realize it's just my opinion folks)?: 2023 will be the FIRST TIME I sit down to watch the OSCARS in 30 years. Just to root for Baz and the team he has put together to KICK ASS and win some awards for all their expertise and hard work!!! This is looking like it is going to be a MASTERPIECE work of art.

  4. Murray R
    Murray R says:

    This movie is mostly made for homosexuals and older women. Surprising this thing looks worse that the Johnny cash movie with Joachim P. Why are we so desperate to see the personal lives of celebrities? If I want to see Johnny Cash I can watch countless videos right here on Youtube but watching Joachim or this cutie pie playing Elvis is just plain stupid. typical American: "Well gee whiz that guy almost looks like Elvis"

  5. DC Publishing
    DC Publishing says:

    As a lifelong Elvis fan, the movie “Elvis” certainly works as a jukebox, and it does deliver exactly what you’d expect from a Luhrmann movie. But it never gets close to Presley; it never deals with the knotty man inside the jumpsuit; it never grapples with the complications in his legacy. It’s overstuffed, bloated, and succumbs to trite biopic decisions. Luhrmann always puts Butler in the best position to succeed until the credits, whereby he cuts to archival footage of Presley singing “Unchained Melody.” In that moment Luhrmann reminds you of the myth-making at play. Which is maybe a good thing, given Luhrmann's misleading, plasticine approach. It doesn’t help that Col. Parker is played by a disastrously miscast Tom Hanks, whose grotesque facial prosthetics and bizarre accent frequently made me wonder if I was watching the first-ever acting performance inspired by Watto from the Star Wars prequels.The latest entry in the Elvis-making canon is Baz Luhrmann’s cacophonous, fitfully entertaining, and mostly pointless "Elvis."As an Elvis fan, I was appalled at this movie and consider Kirk Russell's or Michael St. Gerald's, of the 1990's, to be infinitely better in acting quality and more true-to-life authenticity rather than this recent 'mashup of a movie disaster.'

  6. jefo
    jefo says:

    The first 5 mins of the movie Elvis I could not stop laughing.

    1.parker never gave the world Elvis

    2.Marion Keisker did and in the words of Elvis himself "without this woman there would be no Elvis"

    3.LMAO Austin looks like a cheap Elvis impersonator

  7. googlefan
    googlefan says:

    Austin Butler does not look anything like Elvis regardless of the fact that he moves his legs and feet

    like Elvis – he does not act like Elvis either – the only actor who really looks like Elvis is Jonathan Rhys Meyers – who played Elvis inn the past

    I guess it was easier to make Tom Hanks look like Col Parker than Austin Butler look like Elvis – which really did not work at all – so this movie did not do anything for me – just

    disappointment – did not portray the real Elvis at all – the story was fake and phony and did not connect with me like Elvis did!


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