Austin is now starring within the Apple TV+ collection Masters of the Air, the place he performs an Air Power pilot who fought throughout World Struggle II. So, it is protected to say he in all probability does not want an Elvis accent for this mission.
“It was nearly too quick,” Austin mentioned after explaining how fast the leap was to engaged on a brand new mission after immersing himself in Elvis for 3 years complete.
Austin defined that popping out of the film was powerful for numerous causes, certainly one of them being he was “simply making an attempt to recollect who [he] was.” He added, “I used to be making an attempt to recollect what I appreciated to do, all I thought of was Elvis for 3 years.”
He added that he even wanted to work with a dialect coach and mentioned, “I had a dialect coach simply to assist me not sound like Elvis.”
And due to COVID-19 restrictions, he took that brief time in between tasks to check for his new collection, “After which I flew to London, and at the moment it was COVID, so I used to be quarantined for 10 days. I believed, ‘Alright, simply pour all this vitality into studying about World Struggle II,’” he mentioned.
If there’s one factor about Austin Butler, it is that he *will* decide to the position.
And stream Masters of the Air when it debuts on Apple TV+ on Jan. 26.