A new documentary about the life of Elvis Presley is wrapping production and coming to HBO in the near future, reports Deadline. The project, which spans three hours and two films, is directed by Emmy and Grammy winner Thom Zimny, known for his work on several Bruce Springsteen documentaries, and written by longtime music journalist Alan Light. It encompasses Presley’s life from childhood through his last Jungle Room recording sessions in 1976. It has the blessing of the Elvis Presley family estate and includes material from previously inaccessible Graceland archives. There’ll be shots from inside Presley’s home and lots of interviews with session players, producers, engineers, directors and more. No title or air date has been announced yet.