Lisa Marie Presley says her late son Benjamin would have loved Elvis: Awesome

Mandatory credit: Photography by MediaPunch/Shutterstock (10710847a) Lisa Marie Presley and Benjamin Presley Q'  The Elvis Experience & # 39;  Music Production Premiere, The Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, Nevada, USA - April 23, 2015

Mandatory Credit: MediaPunch/Shutterstock Photography (10710847a) Lisa Marie Presley and Benjamin Presley Keough Musical Production Premiere “The Elvis Experience”, Westgate Resort & Casino Las Vegas, Nevada, USA – April 23, 2015

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Lisa Marie Presley Thinking of her late son Benjamin Keough While discussing the upcoming movie about her late father Elvis Presley.

While posting about the new Elvis A film directed by Baz Luhrmann, Lisa Marie, 54, could not help but remember her late son, who passed away in July 2020 From an apparent suicide at age 27.

Lisa Marie began her remark about the film by explaining why she hasn’t been active on social media for a while: “There’s not much to say the way I am and I will forever be mourning the loss of my son.”

I wrote in Instagram Posted next to the official poster of the movie.

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She shared her life update: “There’s not much more other than my three other kids getting my time and attention anymore.” “However, I want to take a moment to let you know that I saw the Baz Luhrmann movie”Elvis“Twice now, and let me tell you it’s nothing short of amazing.”

Mandatory credit: Photo by Copetti/Photofab/Shutterstock (1531422c) Benjamin Presley Keough and Lisa Marie Presley Lisa Marie Presley and Benjamin Presley Keough at Mr. Chow's Restaurant, London, UK - January 09, 2012 Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie, has son and grandson Elvis, Benjamin Presley Keough , pictured on a night out with family and friends at Mr. Chow's restaurant in Knightsbridge.

Mandatory credit: Photo by Copetti/Photofab/Shutterstock (1531422c) Benjamin Presley Keough and Lisa Marie Presley Lisa Marie Presley and Benjamin Presley Keough at Mr. Chow’s Restaurant, London, UK – January 09, 2012 Lisa Marie Elvis Presley’s daughter and son and Elvis grandson Benjamin Presley Keough, pictured A night out with family and friends at Mr. Chow’s Restaurant in Knightsbridge.

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Lisa Marie described the film as “absolutely wonderful,” and also praised the lead cast member’s work, saying:Butler Austin It beautifully embodied my father’s heart and soul.”

“In my humble opinion, his performance is unprecedented and was finally done with precision and respect,” she said before jokingly that she would “eat my feet” if Butler did not receive an Oscar for his performance in the film.

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She explained, “You can feel and witness Baz’s pure love, care and respect for my father during this beautiful film.” “And it is finally something that I and my children and my children can be proud of forever.”

“What also made me cry was watching Riley and Harper, and Finley afterwards, all three of them befuddled in the best possible way, and filled with pride for their grandfather and his legacy in a way I had never experienced before,” Lisa Marie continued.

Contemplating the passing of her late son Benjamin, she added, “It breaks my heart that my son isn’t around to see it. He would absolutely love it too.”

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“I can’t tell you enough how much I love this movie and I hope you will too,” she wrote. “All involved poured their hearts and souls into it, and this is evident in their performance.”

Lisa Marie expressed her gratitude to the film’s director, saying, “Baz, your absolute genius is mixed with your love and respect for my father and this project is so beautiful and so inspiring.”

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“I know I repeat, but I don’t care,” she confirmed. “Thank you for setting the record straight in such a deep and artistic way. I love you.”

Last Friday, Lisa Marie’s mother Priscilla Presley open she was crying After watching her daughter’s reaction to the movie that focuses on Elvis and his relationship with his manager Colonel Parker.

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“I saw Elvis In the movie, I watched the trailer more than a dozen times, “Priscilla, 76, started the caption for her post, along with a trailer for the movie.” But the words I heard from my daughter about how much she loves the movie and that [her daughter] Riley [Keough] You will also love it when you see that it brings tears.”

Noting that she “relived every moment in this movie,” Priscilla continued, “it took a few days to get over the feelings like it did with Lisa.”

Elvis It premieres June 24 in theaters and 45 days later on HBO Max.