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Sofia Coppola - Jacob Elordi - Lorenzo Mieli - Edith Wharton - Sofia Coppola to Direct Priscilla Presley Biopic Based on Memoir by Elvis’ Ex - thewrap.com - New York - USA - Italy - city Easttown
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Sofia Coppola to Direct Priscilla Presley Biopic Based on Memoir by Elvis’ Ex
Sofia Coppola wrote and will direct the feature film “Priscilla” based on the memoir “Elvis and Me” by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, A24 announced on Monday. Published in 1985, Presley’s intimate account of her life with Elvis became a New York Times Bestseller.Cailee Spaeny (“Mare of Easttown,” “Bad Times at the El Royale”) will star as Priscilla Presley and Jacob Elordi (“Euphoria”) will play Elvis.The film will shoot in Toronto in the Fall.Coppola, Youree Henley, Lorenzo Mieli of The Apartment, a Fremantle Company and American Zoetrope will produce the film and The Apartment, a Fremantle Company and Sony’s Stage 6 Films will finance the film.A24 will distribute in North America, Vision Distribution will distribute in Italy (and then become a Sky exclusive), Stage 6 Films/Sony Pictures International Releasing will distribute in the rest of the world.Coppola will reteam with her longtime collaborators, including Philippe Le Sourd (Director of Photography), Stacey Battat (Costume Designer), Sarah Flack (Editor) and Tamara Deverell (Production Designer).This marks the third collaboration between Sofia Coppola and A24 with “On The Rocks” and “The Bling Ring.” A series adaptation of Edith Wharton’s “The Custom of the Country” is also in development.Coppola is repped by Bart Walker of the Gersh Agency and Barry Hirsch of Hirsch Wallerstein.
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Jacob Elordi was sleeping in his car after filming the ‘Kissing Booth’: ‘I wasn’t booking jobs’
Jacob Elordi is opening up about his career in the entertainment industry, revealing to GQ that he struggled to find more jobs and only had “400 or $800 left” in his bank account after filming the first Netflix ‘Kissing Booth’ movie in 2018.The Australian actor admitted that it was his role as Nate in HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ the job that made him stay in Hollywood, as he was planning on taking a break if he didn’t have a successful audition.“I wasn’t booking jobs,” he admitted. “I think I had – I don’t know, $400 or $800 left in my bank account – and ‘Euphoria’ was my last audition before I went home for a little while to make some money and recuperate.”And while the Netflix franchise was a total success, catapulting Jacob and his co-star and former girlfriend Joey King to fame, the actor says that prior to the release of the ‘Kissing Booth’ he stayed on a friend’s couch for a few weeks and even slept in his car sometimes.Jacob started filming the first season of ‘Euphoria’ and when a producer for the show noticed that he was sleeping in his 2004 Mitsubishi, parking up on Mulholland Drive, he made a hotel reservation for the actor.The star also talked about experiencing bullying at school, as he pursued his passion for acting.
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