Warner Bros’ Elvis Budget Revealed & It’s Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million

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Elvis Budget Revealed & It's Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million
Warner Bros’ Elvis Budget Revealed & It’s Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million (Pic Source: Instagram/ Elvis Movie)

The biographical musical drama ‘Elvis’ is ready to hit theaters, and the film releases on June 24, 2022, in the USA{1]. Without a doubt, ‘Elvis’ is a special film for everyone, and critics and the audience are super excited for the theatrical release of ‘Elvis’. Recently there were also reports that the makers have spent $200 million on this special film, which was in the news a lot, and it was also becoming difficult to believe it. But recently, a publication has revealed the exact budget for the film.

Warner Bros’ Elvis Budget Revealed

Warner Bros' Elvis Budget Revealed & It's Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million
Warner Bros’ Elvis Budget Revealed & It’s Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million (Pic Source: Instagram/ Elvis Movie)

According to a verified report, the production budget for American singer Elvis Presley’s life-based biographical film ‘Elvis’ is $85 million, not $200 million, and it excludes advertising and print costs. The ‘Elvis’ was produced under the production banners of Bazmark Films and The Jackal Group and is set to be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

$200 million budget news can be seen as part of promotions campaigns. But it’s also a fact that the budget for the film can be $200 million, including the P&A cost because due to the biopic film of Elvis Presley, one of the GOAT celebrities, makers promoting ‘Elvis’ at a too big scale all over the world.

Warner Bros' Elvis Budget Revealed & It's Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million
Warner Bros’ Elvis Budget Revealed & It’s Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million (Pic Source: Instagram/ Elvis Movie)

But despite $85 or $200 million, the box office projections for the film are nothing special, and experts expect a $30-50 million opening weekend. But news and critics also believe that if ‘Elvis’ generates good reviews after its release, then it will gradually strengthen its hold at the box office, and if this happens, it will be a good tribute.

The ‘Elvis’ is directed by Baz Luhrmann, who also co-wrote the script with Craig Pearce, Sam Bromell, and Jeremy Doner. It stars Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh, Olivia DeJonge, Luke Bracey, Natasha Bassett, and David Wenham.


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9 thoughts on “Warner Bros’ Elvis Budget Revealed & It’s Reportedly $85 Million, Not $200 Million

  1. They Will do anything to cut down the Elvis film that’s what critics. I seen this film. Best film I’ve seen in years. No but no matter what anyone says you were going to love this film. I would say best film of the year

  2. Already picking out the cost which I don’t believe. They will find anything that they can grab onto to say anything bad they can think of to insult us movie. My bet , one of the best films of this year!

  3. “But recently, a publication has revealed the exact budget for the film. […] According to a verified report, the production budget for American singer Elvis Presley’s life-based biographical film ‘Elvis’ is $85 million, not $200 million, and it excludes advertising and print costs.”

    What recent “publication” is the source of this “verified report”?

  4. Loved the movie! Austin played a very good role and that’s not easy to do by no means! Thought there was too much Colonel in it and should been more Elvis and Priscilla and the family! Otherwise still one of the best movies in a long time!
    Will go see it again as well as many people I know!

  5. Nick was correct. Anonymous was dead wrong. The $31 million was OPENING WEEK in the United States. Doesn’t matter because in is July 27 and the movie has made $215 million worldwide. Elvis is a hit. Elvis books and CDs/Vinyl are back on the charts. It must suck to be a “hater”.

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