Direk Baze Luhrmann's biographical film about the King of Rock and Roll is expected to bring in $ 30 million from 3,906 cinemas when it opens.

It was the second strongest North American career for an Australian filmmaker and was behind the debut of his $ 50 million 2013 adaptation of "The Great Gatsby."

The film, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, could also mark the highest franchise-free domestic premiere

"The Lost City" early this spring for $ 30.4 million. That's a good start for "Elvis." Warner Bros.

 Edition he received many friendly reviews from critics, many of whom called the explosion of the star Butler to be Presley. 

These are two strong signs for "Elvis", who needs to show some remaining strength to raise $ 85 million in production from home theaters.

The film has an impressive 159 minutes - although it's only 12 minutes longer than last week's award-winning Jurassic World Dominion.

While it's okay to debate it, to say things like when Durant said he was bitter about the Warriors' victory is pure exaggeration.