Ink-slinging Steve McQueen biographer Marshall Terrill dishes on Elvis, Paul Newman, and the Duke

Frequent Steve McQueen chronicler Marshall Terrill evenhandedly dishes the dirt on the King of Cool’s collisions with fellow Hollywood superstars John Wayne, Paul Newman, and Elvis Presley. Seen here as cerebral San Francisco Police Lieutenant Frank Bullitt, McQueen is locked and loaded with his trusty Colt Diamondback snub-nose pistol in director Peter Yates’ “Bullitt,” unleashed to critical acclaim and strong box office receipts on October 17, 1968. Image Credit: Warner Bros.

Guilty as charged for penning seven authoritative tomes about Steve McQueen going back to 1993’s Portrait of an American Rebel, Marshall Terrill is a reporter in the truest sense of the word. Although a dyed in the wool King of Cool aficionado, Terrill doesn’t sugarcoat any details about the actor’s ceaselessly fascinating…