Will they call this one “#2’s”?

Elvis’s ‘#1 Hits’ Could Have Follow-Up In September
The successful 2002 collection of Elvis Presley’s hits, Elvis: 30 #1 Hits, could be followed up by another anthology in September.
While BMG–the music corporation that has the rights to Presley’s RCA recordings–would not confirm a release, sources say the company is looking to create another remix hit like last year’s JXL remix of “A Little Less Conversation.”
Elvis: 30 #1 Hits topped charts in 15 territories, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, and Denmark.
Other reissues of Elvis material include a new version on DVD of the documentary Elvis, The Colonel & Me, packaged with a new cover. The DVD looks at photographer Ed Bonja’s life on tour with Elvis, and the new release includes 20 minutes of previously unseen film clips from 1971 and 1976.
In additional Elvis movie news, his film with Mary Tyler Moore, Change Of Habit, has been re-released by Universal and NBC Era Home Entertainment in China. For collectors, the actual DVD is a picture disc with the same photo as the cover packaging.