Taron Egerton as Elton John in Rocketman recreating his wedding day in 1984 in Sydney.
Rocketman aims to tell this story as "a fantasy musical", bringing trippy new life to John's most celebrated hits. Egerton is seen recording the iconic "Tiny Dancer" in the featurette below.
It'd be criminal to take the life of Elton John, one of the most outrageous and inventive figures in the history of modern pop, and fashion it into a boring, tiresome music biopic.
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Rocketman will arrives in Australia on May 30 and opens in the United States on May 31.
Joining Egerton in the cast are the likes of Jamie Bell (The Adventures of Tintin), Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), and Richard Madden (Game of Thrones).
The trailer gives fans a full look at the movie, showing how Reginald Dwight transformed into worldwide superstar Elton John.
Watch the trailer in the video above.