Sofia Coppola Compares Priscilla Presley to Marie Antoinette Ahead of ‘Priscilla’ Biopic

Of course, "Marie Antoinette" and "Priscilla" are separate 200 years,

in any case, author chief Sofia Coppola can't resist the urge to look at the two verifiable ladies in front of her impending Priscilla Presley biopic.

Coppola's 2006 film "Marie Antoinette" featured Kirsten Dunst as the notable imperial who ruled in the midst of the French Upset.

Presently, the "Bling Ring" top dog adjusts Priscilla's 1985 diary "Elvis and Me" with Cailee Spaeny ("Horse of Easttown")

also, Jacob Elordi playing wedded couple Priscilla and Elvis. Priscilla fills in as a chief maker of the film.

"I'm eager to accomplish something established in that Yankee folklore style interestingly.

 What's more, Priscilla is a quintessential fabulousness symbol," Coppola told Vogue.

"I was simply so keen on Priscilla's story and her point of view on what everything felt like to grow up as a youngster in Graceland.

She was going through every one of the phases of youthful womanhood in such an enhanced world — sort of much the same way to Marie Antoinette."