There’s an Elvis scene you haven’t seen!
In Baz Luhrmann’s movie, Austin Butler’s character says the phrases, “I’ll at all times love you.” The director has since described it because the movie’s precise loss of life scene – however there’s extra to it.
In a current interview with collaborator and cinematographer Mandy Walker, Baz revealed a scene of Austin singing Dolly Parton’s “I Will All the time Love You” didn’t make the ultimate reduce.
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After Elvis and Priscilla Presley break up within the film, Elvis drops off their daughter, Lisa Marie, on the airport. They’ve a heart-to-heart, foreshadowing Elvis’ loss of life.
“The script was fairly lengthy, however I at all times wished one other second the place Priscilla got here again into his life and that they have been buddies. In a method when he walks on that aircraft and it takes off, we don’t must see him die, he’s useless,” he stated.
He defined that Dolly Parton had at all times wished Elvis to sing the tune, “however the Colonel interceded and he by no means recorded it.”
“Austin sang ‘I Will All the time Love You’ behind the automotive. The scene begins with Priscilla saying, ‘It’s a lovely tune,’ and he says, ‘Yeah, Dolly needs me to sing it, however the Colonel…’” Nevertheless, the second wouldn’t work for the scene and the movie, so it was reduce,” he revealed.
“When Austin obtained out of the automotive, he appears throughout at Priscilla and says that line, in order that’s the place it comes from.”
Watch the automotive scene inside.
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