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Cannes 2022 Photos: Austin Butler, Priscilla Presley, Tom Hanks, Kaia Gerber & Elon Musk’s Mom Celebrate Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’

Click here to read the full article. Everyone but the King himself seemed to turn out for the premiere of director Baz Luhrmann’s long-awaited Elvis biopic, Elvis, in Cannes. Among those walking the red carpet were stars Austin Butler, Tom Hanks and Olivia DeJonge as well as Luhrmann, Priscilla Presley, Kaia Gerber, Shakira, Sharon Stone, Conor McGregor and even Elon Musk’s mom Click on the photo above to see a gallery of images from the premiere and many other Cannes 2022 red carpets. More from DeadlineFull List Of Cannes Palme d'or Winners Through The Years: Photo GalleryLukas Dhont's Cannes Competition Drama 'Close' Sells To Mubi For UK/Ire, LatAm, Turkey & IndiaCannes Review: Claire Denis' 'Stars At Noon'Best of Deadline2022-23 Awards Season Calendar - Dates For The Oscars, Emmys, Tonys, Guilds & MoreOscars 2023 Telecast And Nomination Dates SetAwards Season Red Carpet Photos: Grammys, Oscars, SAG Awards & More
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Austin Butler and Tom Hanks in Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

How you feel about Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis will depend largely on how you feel about Baz Luhrmann’s signature brash, glitter-bomb maximalism. Just the hyper-caffeinated establishing section alone — even before Austin Butler’s locomotive hips start doing their herky-jerky thing when Elvis Presley takes to the stage to perform “Heartbreak Hotel” in a rockabilly-chic pink suit — leaves you dizzy with its frenetic blast of scorching color, split screen, retro graphics and more edits per scene than a human eye can count. Add in the stratified, ear-bursting sound design and this is Baz times a bazillion. If the writing too seldom measures...
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Austin Butler & Tom Hanks Light Up Screen in Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’: Review

Click here to read the full article. How you feel about Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis will depend largely on how you feel about Baz Luhrmann’s signature brash, glitter-bomb maximalism. Just the hyper-caffeinated establishing section alone — even before Austin Butler’s locomotive hips start doing their herky-jerky thing when Elvis Presley takes to the stage to perform “Heartbreak Hotel” in a rockabilly-chic pink suit — leaves you dizzy with its frenetic blast of scorching color, split screen, retro graphics and more edits per scene than a human eye can count. Add in the stratified, ear-bursting sound design and this is Baz times a bazillion. If the writing too seldom...
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Tom Hanks helped Elvis star stop obsessing about the role

The pressure on Austin Butler’s young shoulders is currently huge, and has been for the last two years. Stepping into the blue suede shoes of arguably the biggest and most iconic star of all time is no mean feat. It’s made even harder if you’re all geared up to make your big debut on set and then everything gets shut down because Tom Hanks gets Covid. However, Elvis will finally be out in the world soon and Butler can finally let out a sigh of relief.
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Ellen DeGeneres' Test Talk Show Footage With Tom Hanks Is the Ultimate Throwback

Ellen DeGeneres is taking viewers back to the start. On Wednesday, the talk show host gave audiences the ultimate throwback when she unveiled 20-year-old test footage she used to help sell The Ellen DeGeneres Show to network execs. Dated Sept. 13, 2002, it gave networks a mini-show featuring Tom Hanks, Helen Hunt and Alanis Morissette.
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Tom Hanks Directed A Camera Away From Himself And Toward ‘Elvis’ Star Austin Butler During The Cannes Standing Ovation

As mixed reviews for Baz Luhrman’s Elvis started to trickle in on Tuesday, the film apparently received a much more glowing reception at Cannes. According to Variety executive editor Ramin Setoodeh, the Austin Butler-starring biopic prompted a 12-minute long standing ovation, which Setoodeh described as “the biggest and most enthusiastic of the festival so far.” Here’s Tom Hanks, making sure that the leading man (and not himself) gets the camera’s love.
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Elvis Presley’s shady manager: Tom Hanks dissect his character

Cannes, May 26 (SocialNews.XYZ) Oscar-winning Hollywood star Tom Hanks on Thursday opened up about Colonel Tom Parker, the not-so-reputable character he plays in 'Elvis', the Baz Luhrmann-helmed biopic that opened to a thunderous reception at the 75th Cannes Film Festival.
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