Weinstein Television is developing the first-ever scripted Elvis Presley television biopic to be shot at Graceland, the company announced on Wednesday. The eight to ten part series will explore every…
This indie drama based on Elvis Presley mythos fails to take full advantage of its fanciful premise.
“Last King of Scotland” director Kevin MacDonald is on board to direct the Elvis Presley biopic “Last Train to Memphis” for Fox 2000. Based on the 1995 Peter Guralnick biography, the film chronicles…
All of the major labels are putting renewed energy into reinvigorating the physical product marketplace that seemed snuffed out long ago by the emergence of cheaper digital options and rampant piracy.
Spain's Wanda Films has acquired all Spanish rights to Armando Bo's Sundance player "The Last Elvis," produced by Paul Green at Anonymous Content, Bo's Rebolucion and Argentina's K & S.
Newly minted BiteSize Entertainment is going to Graceland, snapping up feature rights to the David E. Stanley and David Gruder's Elvis Presley book "Conversations With the King: Journals of a Young…
Get ready for the return of the King.
BUENOS AIRES -- The 14th Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film opens April 11 with debut helmer Armando Bo's local dramedy "El Ultimo Elvis" (The Last Elvis), about an impersonator.
Droll and delusional, the title character of "The Last Elvis" will win over plenty of fans to Armando Bo's parable of obsession and denial.
In terms of representing recognizable gay life, "Elvis & Madona" harks back to the bad old days of "La Cage aux Folles."
Aaron Schroeder, who wrote "It's Now or Never" for Elvis Presley and thousands of other songs, died Dec. 2 in Englewood, N.J. He was 83 and had battled a rare Alzheimer's-like form of dementia for…
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