He’s ‘Getting Rid Of’ The Accent – Hollywood Life

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Everyone’s been all shook up over Austin Butler’s Elvis Presley accent ever since the Oscar-nominated actor filmed the movie about the King of Rock and Roll. Austin addressed his Elvis accent and admits his voice will likely be changing again. “I am getting rid of the accent, but I have probably damaged my vocal cords with all that singing,” Austin said on The Graham Norton Show on February 3, according to Insider. “One song took 40 takes.”

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Austin Butler as Elvis Presley. (Warnes Bros.)

Ever since the Elvis press tour, fans have remarked that Austin’s voice still sounds like the late singer. The actor hadn’t noticed the voice change, despite commentary going viral on TikTok. “I don’t even think about it. I don’t think I sound like him still, but I guess I haven’t noticed ’cause I hear it a lot,” Austin said after winning the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama.

He added, “I think, I often liken it to when somebody lives in another country for a long time, and I had three years where that was my only focus in life, so I’m sure that there’s just pieces of my DNA that will always be linked in that way.”

Just days after the Golden Globes, Austin’s dear friend Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis’ only child, passed away at the age of 54 after going into cardiac arrest. Austin, along with Lisa Marie’s family and friends, attended her funeral at Graceland mansion on January 22. The actor received his first Oscar nomination for playing the iconic singer two days later on January 24.

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Austin Butler at the Golden Globes. (Earl Gibson III/Shutterstock)

Austin is moving on from Elvis and looking ahead to new roles. His Dune 2 co-star Dave Bautista revealed that Austin sounds nothing like Elvis playing Feyd-Rautha in the upcoming sequel. “I don’t know who this guy was, but it’s not Austin Butler. It’s not Elvis,” Dave told USA Today. “His voice is different, his look is different. Everything about his demeanor is terrifying.”

Source link Actor ____ is ready to revamp his onscreen persona. The actor revealed he is “getting rid of” his accent, referring to the native dialect from his hometown.

____, who hails from ____, said his choice to get rid of his accent was fueled by a desire to expand his career and not be typecast as a certain type of actor. Moreover, he said, it would open up more work opportunities for him.

The process is expected to take a few months, during which time the actor will attend elocution classes and work with a speech coach. He has already hired a range of vocal coaches to help him eliminate his accent and work to refine his voice.

If successful, ____ hopes his accent-less voice could lend itself to new roles and movie projects. He noted that modern audiences family with accents, so it’s key for his new tone to accurately reflect the roles he’s seeking. He is also hopeful that it will enable him to better convey his emotions and experience as an actor.

The journey may be arduous, but the effort is worth it for ____. He’s determined to keep focused and stay persistent with his goal, and he’s confident his new accent-free voice will open up more career opportunities in the future.

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