Agent Elvis: Matthew McConaughey lends his voice to the King in a Netflix animated series

The Netflix streaming platform continues to expand its offer of animated programs with the future series Constable Elvis, whose trailer has just been released. These first images suggest actor Matthew McConaughey give his voice to the King.


Netflix is ​​a paid subscription application and service that provides access to an online library of several thousand films, series, documentaries, shows and TV shows.

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From the creators of Spider-Man: Next Generation

You would have understood it, Constable Elvis starts from a crossed-out premise, and chronicles the adventures of the King as he is secretly enthroned as a secret agent of the US government to fight the dark forces that threaten the country he loves — while maintaining his day job as king rock’n’roll.

A crazy concept that promises to reinvent American history of the 60s and 70s, notably by making Elvis Presley the first man to have walked on the Moon, as these first images show.

If all this didn’t already pique our interest, the series also offers itself Matthew McConaughey to give his voice to Elvis Presley. The actor ofInterstellar, Dallas Buyers Club and wolf of wall street offers a mixture of phlegm and nonchalance perfect for the role.

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Created by John Eddie and Elvis’ daughter, Priscilla Presley, the series Constable Elvis is the latest production from Sony Pictures Animation, the studio behind Spider-Man: Next Generation and its future sequels, but also The Mitchells vs. the Machines And Hotel Transylvania.

A certain guarantee of quality that promises a unique program, and further consolidates Netflix’s place as the preferred broadcaster of films and animated series. The platform is indeed the one that offers the most animated programs (more than 750), excluding specialized streaming services like Crunchyroll.

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