Elvis star Austin Butler claims he’s “gone the accent”

Austin Butler was recently nominated for an Academy Award for the first time for playing the titular role in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis, and the internet is very amused by the fact that the actor seems to have kept the iconic singer’s accent. Butler recently won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama and fans were amazed by his voice. Butler put a lot of time into the role and recently claimed it has not seen his family for three years while working on the movie, so it’s no surprise it cost him as much as it did. However, the actor recently appeared on the Graham Norton Show and revealed that he is working to get rid of Elvis’ voice.

“I’m getting rid of the accent, but I probably damaged my vocal cords from all that singing,” Butler said. “One song took 40 takes.”

Currently making Butler Dune: part two, and his co-star Dave Bautista recently assured fans that he doesn’t have Elvis’ voice in the movie. “He’s just the sweetest man you’ll ever meet,” Bautista said USA today. “I don’t know who this guy was, but it’s not Austin Butler. It’s not Elvis. His voice is different, his look is different. Everything about his behavior is terrifying.”

Who plays Austin Butler Dune: part two?

Austin Butler plays Feyd-Rautha Dune: part two, the favorite cousin of Baron Harkonnen (Stellan Skarsgard), leader of the rival house of House Atreides. In the books, he is more cunning than his brutish brother, “Beast” Rabban (Dave Bautista), and eventually becomes Paul Atreides’ main adversary, who will again be played by Timothée Chalamet. In a recent interview with Behind the scenesButler spoke about his iconic villain’s narrative approach and teased that he thinks he’s right.

“[We] really trying to dig into the humanity of [the character]. It’s that bad guy thing in the world that doesn’t feel like he’s the bad guy,” Butler explained. “He feels like he’s the hero of his own story. And that can be difficult with certain characters; with others it is easier, but you should not judge the character, and you should find a way to feel the motivation for someone from your actions. So we had a lot of conversations and made that together.

“Denis is so attentive, he doesn’t miss a thing and his attention to detail is remarkable,” he said. “Denis is amazing; he’s such an incredible director. The energy on his sets is amazing, everyone trusts him so much, and it’s such a well-oiled machine, and he’s a master of the craft.”

Dune: Part 2 is currently scheduled for release on November 3.

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