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Rita Wilson steps out in red dress during a Greece performance as Tom Hanks’ movie Elvis has success

Rita Wilson rocks a glittery red dress at a gig in Greece, as husband Tom Hanks’ movie Elvis beats the Top Gun sequel at the box office

Rita Wilson took the stage on Monday in a stylish red dress during a performance in Greece.

The 65-year-old actress wore an ankle-length red dress with a plunging neckline that stopped halfway down her chest.

The dress was tied around her waist with a red felt belt and she was wearing high gold heels.

Chic dress: Rita Wilson took the stage on Monday in a stylish red dress during a performance in Greece

Chic dress: Rita Wilson took the stage on Monday in a stylish red dress during a performance in Greece

The scruffy blonde locks of Seattle actress Sleepless were parted in the middle, falling in wavy waves down the sides of her face.

Two gold bracelets wrapped around her left wrist and she held the microphone firmly in her right hand.

She appeared at the Rock the Parthenon concert with Desmond Child, who wore a dark blue and silver long jacket over a matching shirt and pants combination.

Deep V: The 65-year-old actress wore an ankle-length red dress with a plunging neckline that ended at the center of her chest

Deep V: The 65-year-old actress wore an ankle-length red dress with a plunging neckline that ended at the center of her chest

Jewelry: two gold bracelets wrapped around her left wrist and she held the microphone firmly in her right hand

Jewelry: two gold bracelets wrapped around her left wrist and she held the microphone firmly in her right hand

Lively: She appeared at the Rock the Parthenon concert with Desmond Child, who wore a dark blue and silver long jacket over a matching shirt and pants combination

Lively: She appeared at the Rock the Parthenon concert with Desmond Child, who wore a dark blue and silver long jacket over a matching shirt and pants combination

He stood in dark blue boots that added an inch or two to his height.

The Jingle All the Way actress’s appearance in Europe came as her husband Tom Hanks, the film Elvis, continues to perform at the box office.

The film once again topped the box office this past weekend, grossing over $31 million.

It dethroned Top Gun: Maverick, which made just $29.6 million, for first place.

Baz Luhrmann’s biopic of Elvis Presley opened beyond expectations, bringing out large numbers of older moviegoers – some of the audiences that were slow to return to the cinema during the pandemic.

Good luck: The actress Jingle All the Way's appearance in Europe came as her husband Tom Hanks film Elvis continues to perform at the box office

Good luck: The actress Jingle All the Way’s appearance in Europe came as her husband Tom Hanks film Elvis continues to perform at the box office

Lots of people come out: Baz Luhrmann's Elvis Presley biopic opened beyond expectations, bringing out a large number of older moviegoers

Lots of people come out: Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic opened beyond expectations, bringing out a large number of older moviegoers

Great Reviews: Costing about $85 million to make, Elvis was powered by strong reviews (78% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), good word of mouth (an A-CinemaScore), and a glitzy premiere at the Cannes Film Festival

Great Reviews: Costing about $85 million to make, Elvis was powered by strong reviews (78% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), good word of mouth (an A-CinemaScore), and a glitzy premiere at the Cannes Film Festival

Elvis, starring newcomer Austin Butler as Presley, came into the weekend with expectations closer to $25 million. Of recent music biopics, a $30.5 million debut puts the King ahead of Elton John (Rocketman launched at $25.7 million in 2019), though not in the same league as Freddie Mercury (Bohemian Rhapsody opened at $51.1 million in 2018).

“I’m less concerned about who’s number one and who’s number two, and I’m more concerned that we’ll hit this big number, since this audience is the slowest to return to the cinema,” said Jeff Goldstein, Warner’s director of distribution. brothers.

About 60% of the audience for Elvis was over the age of 35. Older audiences have been among the most hesitant to return to theaters during the pandemic, but that’s changing — in part, Goldstein noted, because of Top Gun, which brought fans back from the 1986 original.

Costing about $85 million to make, Elvis was propelled by strong reviews (78% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), good word of mouth (an A-CinemaScore), and a glitzy Cannes Film Festival premiere. It added $20 million overseas over the weekend.

Elvis is Luhrmann’s second-best opening after 2013’s The Great Gatsby ($50.1 million).

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