Priscilla Presley Revealed The Unsettling Words That Elvis Used To Say To Her At Night
Priscilla Presley was very much in love with Elvis – even after the couple divorced in 1973. And in the decades since the King’s death, his former wife has naturally spoken fondly of the years that she spent with the musical icon. That said, Priscilla has also told stories about the marriage that have very much raised questions – along with, no doubt, a few eyebrows. And perhaps among the most alarming anecdotes that she has shared is her recollection of what Elvis used to tell her when the pair lay together in bed at night. Priscilla had been young, too, when she first encountered Elvis. The star – who had been serving in the U.S. Army at the time – initially met the girl who would become his wife at a house party at his German residence. And despite the significant age gap between Elvis and Priscilla – he was a whole ten years older than her at 24 – he was immediately taken by the teenager and made up his mind to date her.
New Top Gun: Maverick Trailer Is Full Of Pulse-Pounding Flight Scenes
Tom Cruise has played many iconic roles throughout the years, including his starring role in Top Gun as Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell. That 1986 action film put Cruise behind the cockpit, remains an iconic piece of pop culture. And with nostalgia continuing to influence the entertainment world, the 57-year-old actor will reprise his role for the long-awaited sequel Top Gun: Maverick. The upcoming movie’s first trailer arrived a while back, but a new has been released which includes plenty of new footage, including thrilling flight sequences.
Top Gun: Maverick will arrive decades after the original movie, and was directed by Tron: Legacy’s Joseph Kosinski. There’s a seriously strong cast assembled to star alongside Tom Cruise, including Val Kilmer who will be reprising his role from the original film. They’re joined by the likes of Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, and Jennifer Connelly.
Jason Bateman Found A New Thriller To Direct Before Making Clue And More Ozark
Jason Bateman is a very busy guy, as an actor and increasingly as a director. You probably know he both stars in and recently won an Emmy for directing Ozark, Netflix’s awesome drama series, which will return for Season 3 in 2020. He was also recently announced to direct Ryan Reynolds in the new Clue remake. However, while the Clue movie is still said to be in the works — as written by Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick — Bateman is going to squeeze in another movie before returning for more Ozark.
According to Deadline, Jason Bateman will next direct the thriller Shut In, written by first-timer Melanie Toast. Shut In is an edgy thriller following a single mother who is held captive by her violent ex, with her two young children left at risk. The movie was described as in the vein of David Fincher’s Panic Room, starring Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart. Sounds like it’s too early to know the casting of Shut In, but it won’t include Jason Bateman. He’s just meant to direct it.
The reason he’s doing Shut In is that it’s a contained thriller, he liked the script, and it fits better with his schedule because he can film it in early 2020. Apparently directing Clue would be too much for him to do before returning to Ozark.
Back in late September 2019, when the Jason Bateman Clue news came out, Deadline noted that he had just started production on the new season of Ozark and would direct two episodes in Season 3. Bateman also directed the first two episodes of The Outsider, and he also stars in that miniseries as Terry Maitland; that Stephen King adaptation premieres January 12, 2020, on HBO. (Apparently, it’s one of King’s best adaptations, according to King.)