TALLMAN, Circuit Judge:
The King is dead. His legacy, and those who wish to profit from it, remain very much alive. To what extent may a film maker, under the banner of fair use, incorporate video clips, photographs, and music into a biography about Elvis Presley without permission from the copyright owners of those materials? The district court — weighing the four statutory fair use factors under 17 U.S.C. § 107 — held that the film biographer in this case likely did not use the copyrighted materials fairly and enjoined the film maker from further distribution of its biography. We affirm.