‘Priscilla’ Moves To November Following Big Splash At Venice

EXCLUSIVE: A24’s Sofia Coppola directed movie, Priscilla, will now go wide on Nov. 3 instead of Oct. 27.

The news comes on the heels of a glowing world premiere out of the Venice Film Festival where the movie based on the Priscilla Presley’s memoir Elvis and Me grabbed a 94% critics score on Rotten Tomatoes.

With Dune: Part Two moving off of Nov. 3, it creates more breathing room for others movies and availability of theaters. And, true, it’s also the last weekend ‘official’ weekend of the Taylor Swift: Eras Concert movie.

Related Stories


'Priscilla' Gets 7-Minute-Plus Ovation As Sofia Coppola's Biopic World Premieres In Venice


'Priscilla' Review: Sofia Coppola Finds Meaning In The Small Things, Giving Fresh Point Of View To Familiar Elvis Story – Venice Film Festival

Talent and creators of the film including Coppola, Cailee Spaeny and Jacob Elordi are now cleared to promote the film since it was granted a SAG-AFTRA Interim Agreement ahead of its world premiere. 

The movie stars Cailee Spaeny as Priscilla and Jacob Elordi as Elvis. Coppola adapted the memoir. Producers are Coppola, Lorenzo Mieli and Youree Henley. EPs are Roman Coppola, Chris Hatcher, Fred Roos, and Presley.

A24 had a dynamite opening night here at TIFF as Dicks the Musical brought down the house with wall-to-wall laughs at the Midnight Madness screening, complete with gospel singers singing perverted songs about God, and flying inflated projectile penile objects. The Larry Charles directed movie saw its stars/scribes Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson show up, along with star Bowen Yang, after the pic landed a SAG-AFTRA interim agreement.

Must Read Stories

Quentin Tarantino’s Final Movie Snags Millions In California Tax Credits, Will Shoot In L.A.

Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’ Scores Biggest Global Opening Day For A Bollywood Film

‘Conjuring’ Universe Sequel Collects $3.1M In Thursday Previews

Lulu Wang Reveals How Nicole Kidman Persuaded Her To Make ‘Expats’

Read More About:

Source: Read Full Article