We saw the life story of Elvis Presley portrayed on the big screen in Baz Luhrmann's epic 'Elvis' last year, and now it's time to hear another side of the story.

The new trailer for 'Priscilla' - the Sofia Coppola-directed story of how a young 14-year-old girl was plucked from obscurity and became the wife of the most iconic musician of all time - has landed.

Actress Cailee Spaeny ('Mare of Easttown') plays the titular Priscilla, while Jacob Elordi ('Euphoria') plays Elvis. The film is based on the now-78-year-old's memoir 'Elvis And Me', and was also written by Coppola and by the looks of the trailer, captures both the glitzy highs and dramatic lows of her relationship with The King.

Having debuted at the Venice International Film Festival last month, it'll be released in Irish cinemas on December 26th.

Watch the trailer below: