The reason "Elvis" is the most brutal of "generational trauma" Lisa Marie Presley

The fans might not be waiting for too long to see Elvis Presley return to existence on screen within Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis" could be released on Friday.

However, it's currently escalating "generational stress" for the late"King" who was rock and Roll's daughter, Lisa Marie Presley and her daughter, Riley Keough.

"It has become an efficient enjoyment," Lisa Marie said in a statement titled " totally Elvis," a "20/20"  

exclusive that airs in the evening of Tuesday, at 10:10 p.m. The show will air on Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. ABC.

"Like Riley said, it actually brings back this generation of trauma, but in a profound manner. It's an excellent way to do it." Presley 54 said Presley 54, and Keough 33.

"Riley 5 minutes in the film", it was lengthy past"i'm done. The actress was crying, and I was crying as well,"  

the mother of four stated. Then "Zola" actor Keough said: "It turned into certainly extremely intense. It's a top-quality film."

"Elvis""Elvis" stars Austin Butler as the mythical artist and Tom Hanks as his manager Colonel Tom Parker, plus Luke Bracey Olivia DeJonge Luke Bracey in addition to Richard Roxburgh.