Elvis: Official Clip (2022) Austin Butler, Tom Hanks

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Elvis Presley (Austin Butler) makes his first big splash onstage at the Louisiana Hayride — and Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks) finds his “destiny” — in this rockin’ clip from director Baz Luhrmann’s biopic.

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