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Tom Hanks and Austin Butler at the Australian premiere of Elvis in Queensland

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Hollywood descended on Queensland on Saturday night.

The stars of Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic, including Tom Hanks, Austin Butler and Olivia DeJonge, arrived at Event Cinemas Pacific Fair for the stunning Australian premiere of the highly anticipated film.

Tom cut a neat figure in a well-tailored suit in a slate-grey shade, paired with a crisp white shirt.

Star Power: Hollywood descended on Queensland on Saturday night for the premiere of Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic. In the photo: Tom Hanks

The 65-year-old showed off his ageless face as he posed in front of glittering signage for the film.

Tom, who completed his look with a pair of black suede shoes, plays Elvis’ manager Colonel Tom Parker in the film.

Also on the red carpet was the man of the hour, Austin Butler, who takes on the role of the King of Rock and Roll in the drama.

Cool: Tom cut a neat figure in a well-tailored suit in a slate-grey shade, paired with a crisp white shirt

Cool: Tom cut a neat figure in a well-tailored suit in a slate-grey shade, paired with a crisp white shirt

Looks good: 65-year-old showed off his ageless face as he posed in front of glittering signage for the film

Looks good: 65-year-old showed off his ageless face as he posed in front of glittering signage for the film

Star: Tom, who completed his look with a pair of black suede shoes, plays Elvis' manager Colonel Tom Parker in the film

Star: Tom, who completed his look with a pair of black suede shoes, plays Elvis’ manager Colonel Tom Parker in the film

Austin posed next to his co-star, Australian actress Olivia DeJonge, who plays Priscilla Presley.

Olivia, 24, was chic in a white suit with a slim-cut blazer and wide-leg pants.

She added a pair of silver heels with a chunky platform for a touch of retro energy to the look.

Lookalike: Also on the red carpet was the man of the hour, Austin Butler (left), who takes on the role of the King of Rock and Roll in the drama.  Austin posed next to his co-star, Australian actress Olivia DeJonge (right), portraying Priscilla Presley

Lookalike: Also on the red carpet was the man of the hour, Austin Butler (left), who takes on the role of the King of Rock and Roll in the drama. Austin posed next to his co-star, Australian actress Olivia DeJonge (right), portraying Priscilla Presley

On trend: Olivia, 24, was chic in a white suit with a slim-cut blazer and wide legs

On trend: Olivia, 24, was chic in a white suit with a slim-cut blazer and wide legs

Smasher: For makeup, Olivia chose a peach palette with warm tones

Smasher: For makeup, Olivia chose a peach palette with warm tones

Happy couple: The co-stars exchanged warm looks as they posed for photos

Happy couple: The co-stars exchanged warm looks as they posed for photos

The actress went light on accessories, adding a silver gemstone necklace and matching ring.

For makeup, Olivia chose a peachy palette with a rust eyeshadow and soft coral lipstick.

She completed her look by wearing her caramel-colored locks silky and softly wavy.

Wow: She added a pair of silver heels with a chunky platform for a touch of retro energy

Wow: She added a pair of silver heels with a chunky platform for a touch of retro energy

Details: The actress went light on accessories, adding a silver gemstone necklace and matching ring

Details: The actress went light on accessories, adding a silver gemstone necklace and matching ring

Smasher: She opted for a rusty eyeshadow and soft coral lipstick

Smasher: She opted for a rusty eyeshadow and soft coral lipstick

Gorgeous: She completed her look by wearing her caramel locks silky and softly wavy

Gorgeous: She completed her look by wearing her caramel locks silky and softly wavy

Austin, 30, who is a dead letter to Elvis, looked very neat indeed in a glittery black jacket.

He paired the jacket with a form-fitting black shirt he wore with several buttons undone to show a glimpse of his chest.

Austin added well-cut trousers to the ensemble, as well as pointed leather boots.

Brave: Austin, 30, who is a dead ringer for Elvis, looked very neat indeed in a glittery black jacket.  He is pictured alongside Chaydon Jay, who plays a young Elvis in the film

Brave: Austin, 30, who is a dead ringer for Elvis, looked very neat indeed in a glittery black jacket. He is pictured alongside Chaydon Jay, who plays a young Elvis in the film

Looks good: He paired the jacket with a slinky black shirt he wore with several buttons undone to show a glimpse of his chest

Looks good: He paired the jacket with a slinky black shirt he wore with several buttons undone to show a glimpse of his chest

Director Baz Luhrmann made a scene-stealing appearance on the red carpet, wearing pink silk pants and a chunky Elvis belt.

He added a black top under a short leather jacket to his look, along with a necklace of natural pearls.

The proud Australian filmmaker looked delighted as he posed next to his stars on the red carpet.

Think Pink: Director Baz Luhrmann (second from right) made a scene-stealing appearance on the red carpet, wearing pink silk pants and a chunky Elvis belt

Think Pink: Director Baz Luhrmann (second from right) made a scene-stealing appearance on the red carpet, wearing pink silk pants and a chunky Elvis belt

On fire: he added a black top under a short leather jacket to his look, along with a natural pearl necklace with a rhinestone pendant

On fire: he added a black top under a short leather jacket to his look, along with a natural pearl necklace with a rhinestone pendant

Happy Together: Baz's wife, costume designer Catherine Martin (far left) also turned heads in her eclectic ensemble

Happy Together: Baz’s wife, costume designer Catherine Martin (far left) also turned heads in her eclectic ensemble

Tom, Austin and Olivia had a ball on the red carpet, laughing and joking together.

In the film, Tom plays Elvis’ manager Colonel Tom Parker, who was infamous for cheating the music icon out of a fair share of royalties for his songs.

But the actor thinks his alter ego should be recognized for his part in making Elvis a megastar.

Hanks said, “I’ve heard from a lot of people that he was a lovely guy, who lit up every room. Was he a cheap crook who played fast and loose with the money? Yes, (but) he brought joy to everything he did. With a little bit of theft.

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