Priscilla Presley divulges more information about Elvis.

On the 45th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s passing, Hollywood icon Priscilla Presley is dishing brand-new facts about her late husband, music legend Elvis “The King” Presley.

According to Fox News, Elvis Presley’s ex-wife has revealed a bombshell about one aspect of his profession—the legendary Elvis beach movies—that he did not enjoy doing at any point during his career. She stated during an appearance on NBC’s “Today” that “He Really Wanted to Do Serious Films.”

Priscilla Presley addressed the topic of Elvis’ enduring legacy as well as the recently released Baz Luhrmann film, “Elvis.” She made her remarks from the Graceland estate. Priscilla spilled her frustrations to Colonel Tom Parker, who played the role of Elvis’ manager in the movie and was played by Tom Hanks. Colonel Tom Parker was questioned about the most difficult sequence in the movie.

Priscilla divulged the information that “He [Parker] didn’t take Elvis where he wanted to be.” “And it was challenging for me because I had lived through it. I was very interested in hearing their debates. I was there when Elvis tried to explain that he didn’t want to do all the movies with all the girls on the beaches. I witnessed it. The combination of living through that experience with him and watching the movie brought up many memories.”

Priscilla applauded Baz Luhrmann for his dramatic interpretation of The King’s life, despite the fact that viewing the movie brought up a flood of memories for her. She expressed these sentiments in an interview with “Today,” saying, “When I initially heard that [Baz] was doing the movie, I was a little concerned.” “And after it was all through, I thought to myself, ‘Wow. This is Elvis, really.’”

Priscilla Presley acknowledged that she had found peace with Colonel Tom Parker despite the fact that she had grievances with him regarding Elvis’ involvement in the beach movies. She made reference to the fact that Parker was successful in achieving what Elvis had aimed for from the beginning of his career.

“There was the Colonel who was the manager, and there was the Colonel who was extremely nice,” Priscilla explained. “There was the Colonel who was very sweet.” “When he wasn’t working, he revealed a really soft side to his personality, but when he was, he was all about business. He was obligated to fulfill Elvis’s final wish for him, which was for him to earn a million dollars, and he had no choice but to do it. He had made a commitment to Elvis, and he wanted to keep it.”

Elvis Presley married Priscilla Presley in 1967, and they remained together until 1973. Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE), which was established by Priscilla Presley at Graceland in 1977 after Elvis Presley passed away there in 1977, was instrumental in the transformation of Graceland into a well-known tourist destination all over the world.