Elvis is well and truly in the building as Luhrmann tweeted out some footage of the new biopic set for release next year.

The clip features some scenes without much context, all amidst the backdrop of an echoed 'Suspicious Minds'.

We don't get much of a look in to the man himself, other than his silhouette. But from what we can see, he's got the strut down.

The as-yet-untitled movie will focus on The King's rise to fame throughout his career and his complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker (Tom Hanks). Spanning twenty years, the film is set against the cultural backdrop shifting in America.

This will be Luhrmann's first film in nearly a decade since 2013's 'The Great Gatsby'.

The Australian director wrote the script with long-time collaborator Craig Pearce, alongside Sam Bromell.

As well as Butler and Hanks, Olivia DeJonge will star as Priscilla Presley. David Wenham, who featured in 'The Lord of the Rings' franchise has also been cast.

Butler featured in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood', 'The Dead Don't Die' and MTV's 'The Shannara Chronicles' before getting the lead role in the upcoming biopic, apparently beating Harry Styles in the process.

The film was originally supposed to release on June 3, however it has now been pushed back to June 24.

The film will be release in cinemas only. Warner Brothers are trying to pivot from their pandemic plans of simultaneously releasing in cinemas and on demand.