Eric Bana Elvis

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Eric Bana Elvis, An unlikely meeting between Elvis and Nixon was going to get the film treatment, and Eric Bana will play the King, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In addition to starring in “Elvis & Nixon,” said the Hollywood Reporter that Bana also act as executive producer through his company, Pick Up Truck Pictures. This is the first U.S. production Bana for the company.

The film revolves around December 21, 1970 meeting between Elvis and Nixon. Presley had requested a meeting with former president through a six-page letter, in which he asked to become an “agent-at-Large Federal” in the Office of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. The musician presents Nixon with family photos and a Colt 45 pistol during the meeting.

Danny Huston is in talks to play Nixon, The Hollywood Reporter says.

The film marks the first effort as director of Cary Elwes, best known for his starring role in “The Princess Bride.” Elwes will next be seen in “The Adventures of Tintin. The Secret of the Unicorn” Variety said Elwes was fascinated by how unlikely that this meeting was able to get out, and decided to make it the subject of his first film. Elwes also wrote the screenplay with Joey Sagal Sagal and Hanal.

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