Cailee Spaeny is a spitting image of Priscilla Presley.
The full-length trailer for Sofia Coppola's highly anticipated Priscilla is here, and it's giving us a closer look at the ups and downs of Elvis and Priscilla's relationship — as well as Priscilla's famous wedding gown from their 1967 Las Vegas nuptials.
In the first clip of the 90-second trailer, a man approaches Priscilla (played by Cailee Spaeny) and asks her if she likes Elvis Presley (portrayed by Jacob Elordi). Her response? "Of course. Who doesn't?" The preview goes on to show Elvis courting a teenage Priscilla while on a German army base before taking her back to his world and introducing her to Graceland and fame (which includes black hair and "more eye makeup" for Priscilla).
Later in the trailer, fashion fanatics get a glimpse at the film's recreations of Priscilla's famous wedding gown. A white long-sleeve sheath dress with a high-neck lace overlay along her chest and shoulders, which she paired with a voluminous tulle veil and a pearl tiara. Her signature black hair was styled in very big, very loose waves, and combed over on top to create a very deep side part. Her glam was a recreation of Priscilla's inverse cat eye, winged liner, and feathery lashes.
The trailer goes on to show clips of Priscilla holding the couple's daughter Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis throwing a chair at the wall, and a crying Priscilla. At the very end, Priscilla drives up to the gates of Graceland by herself and says, "I want a life of my own."
"Through Priscilla’s eyes, Sofia Coppola tells the unseen side of a great American myth in Elvis and Priscilla's long courtship and turbulent marriage, from a German army base to his dream-world estate at Graceland, in this deeply felt and ravishingly detailed portrait of love, fantasy and fame," the film's tagline reads, per People.
The biopic, which is based on Priscilla Presley's memoir Elvis and Me, premiered to rave reviews (not to mention a seven-minute standing ovation, according to Variety) at the Venice Film Festival in September. In fact, Spaeny was awarded the festival's coveted Best Actress award for her portrayal of the wife of the king. Priscilla herself even gave the movie her stamp of approval, and she was seen becoming emotional during the film's premiere.
The movie hits theaters Nov. 3.
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