'You gotta listen to yourself!' - Austin Butler's mesmerizing thrusts as Elvis reach theaters June 24, with a stunning $50 million budget
Austin Butler's portrayal of Elvis in the flash movie "Elvis" wows fans and critics alike. With powerful performances and a mesmerizing soundtrack, the film hits theaters on June 24.
Get ready to be all shook up! The flash movie that is Baz Luhrmann's Elvis biopic is about to hit the theaters, and the buzz is nothing short of electric. With Austin Butler stepping into the shoes (and hips) of The King, fans are in for a treat they won't forget.
It's all about the hip thrusts, baby! When Elvis Presley's granddaughter, actress Riley Keough, introduced the exclusive clip from the movie at the MTV Movie & TV Awards, she called Butler's portrayal "mesmerizing."
As reported by MTV News, "'In 1954, a young man from Mississippi walked into Sun Records and changed music forever. That man was my grandfather,'" she said, acknowledging the profound impact Presley had on the world of music.
The flash movie goes beyond mere biography; it captures the raw sexuality and the audacity that made Elvis the icon he was. With Butler's uncanny resemblance and powerful performance, the film promises to give fans a glimpse into the legend's life, in style. "'There's a lot of people saying a lot of things, but in the end, you gotta listen to yourself,'" Butler-as-Presley echoes, setting the stage for an unforgettable ride.
But it's not just about the acting; it's about the music, too. Diplo and Swae Lee were in the house to debut their collaboration "Tupelo Shuffle," a track filled with Vegas flash and festival charisma. And of course, Butler's own vocals as Elvis add that magical touch, taking the soundtrack to another level.
And let's not forget Tom Hanks in prosthetics, portraying one of the scandalized old men losing their minds over Elvis' revolutionary performance. Whether it's the music, the acting, or just the sheer thrill of seeing The King back on the big screen, this flash movie has it all.
Mark your calendars for June 24, as the mesmerizing Elvis hits the theaters. It's time to rock 'n' roll and remember the man who, with a thrust of his hips, broke not just hearts but all the rules.
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