‘Elvis’ tops $100 million at U.S. box office and over $65 million overseas

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Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ movie broke through $100 million at the U.S. box office and made more than $65 million outside the U.S. in international markets. In this movie, there is no superhero, dinosaur or fighter jet.

'Elvis' tops $100 million at U.S. box office and over $65 million overseas | FMV6

In addition, the popularity of the film has also driven Elvis Presley’s music score, whose music streaming has increased by 90%.

It is worth mentioning that since the film’s release, Elvis Presley-related content on Tiktok has also been viewed more than 280 million times.

The film spans two decades of Elvis Presley’s statements and details the singer’s rise to fame and the ensuing fallout.

'Elvis' tops $100 million at U.S. box office and over $65 million overseas | FMV6

The film is directed by Baz Luhrmann (‘Moulin Rouge’), Austin Butler will play Elvis Presley, Tom Hanks will play his manager Tom Parker, Olivia DeJonge, David Wenham, Luke Bracey, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Kelvin Harrison Jr. and others also star.

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