I am totally 100% against Elvis' classic song being used in a movie about the rape of a young girl. Elvis' music was always positive, and never broached such subjects, so why insert it into a movie of this type? The need for Lennon's songs in the movie "Chapter 27" are more obvious, because it's about Mark David Chapman, and he was obsessed with Lennon, and later assaninated him. Elvis' music has served wonderfully in movies over the years since his death, but this is one movie it doesn't deeserve to have a song of his in. I think that the makers of the film are just trying to lure audiences in because this just happens to be the 30th anniversary of Elvis' tragic death. I hope EPE, RCA/BMG, Priscilla, Lisa Marie, and Lieber and Stoller prevent "Hound Dog" from being used. It's the proper and decent thing to do.