Matthew McConaughey voices Elvis Presley in Netflix's adult animated series ... trends now
Matthew McConaughey is staying busy after it was revealed that he is voicing Elvis Presley in the new animated series Agent Elvis.
The 53-year-old Oscar winner made his debut as the the rock and roll legend on Monday when the teaser trailer for the new Netflix show was released.
The teaser trailer presents a version of Elvis at the height of his fame in the late 1960s or early '70s as he's conscripted into a secret crime-fighting organization known as TCB.
The show — which is set to premiere in March on the streamer — was first announced back in 2019, following news that Baz Luhrmann was making what turned out to be the hit biopic Elvis, starring Austin Butler.
The new teaser indicates that McConaughey is staying busy following Deadline's report on Monday that he is in talks to lead a new Yellowstone spinoff series after its star Kevin Costner is looking to step back from the wildly popular series.
New role: Matthew McConaughey, 53, voices Elvis Presley in the trailer for Netflix's adult animated series Agent Elvis, it was revealed on Mondauy; seen in 2021 in LA
Having fun with it: The Oscar winner plays a version of Elvis who is drafted into a secret crime-fighting organization in the late 1960s or early 1970s
The teaser opens with Elvis as he drives crowds wild with his performances on stage and signs autographs for adoring fans.
'Every once in a while, man accomplishes the impossible. All it takes is someone with a dream,' McConaughey says in voiceover with his recognizable drawl, which is a bit thicker than usual but not particularly close to Elvis' voice.
'Because if a man dreams, he can change the world,' he adds with a chuckle.
The teaser clarifies that it's for an adult audience as a man dressed as pimp sees the King and shouts in delight: 'Holy s***, it's f***ing Elvis!'
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