If Elvis Presley had not wanted to be a movie star, he would never have single-handedly revolutionized popular culture.
Yet this aspect of his phenomenal career has been much maligned and misunderstood — partly because the King himself once referred to his 33 movies as a rut he had got stuck in just off Hollywood Boulevard.
Author Paul Simpson explores the best and worst moments of ELVIS the actor, and analyzes the bizarre autobiographical detail that runs through so many of his films, and reflects on what it must be like to be idolized by millions around the world…
- Paul Simpson (Author of “Elvis Films FAQ”)
- Cynthia Pepper (Actress, “Kissin’ Cousins”)
- Ian Ziering (Actor, “Sharknado”)