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The 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' star says on Twitter that he is flattered of being considered to be the next 007 agent.
A few days after it was revealed that the 'Luther' actor's name was mentioned in a Sony exec's whish list as the next Bond, the popular radio personality expresses his disagreement.
According to leaked emails floating on the web following Sony Hack, Sony's co-chairman Amy Pascal says in an exchange, 'Idris should be the next bond.'
Words on the street are, Elba is one of the three actors in consideration to play Apocalypse in the Bryan Singer movie.
BBC America brings back the drama starring Idris Elba for a two-part miniseries to air in 2015.
The actor, however, is not currently scheduled to reprise his Emmy-nominated role in the U.S. version.
The gate keeper and the 'Thor' villain would make their appearances in the 'Avengers' sequel, actor Idris Elba confirmed in an interview.
The 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' actor will play a knight who trains Arthur in the movie directed by Guy Ritchie.
The star of 'The Wire' announces the arrival of the baby boy in a Twitter post and shares a black-and-white photo of the baby's small hand holding his dad's finger.
The Nelson Mandela depicter is in talks to provide the roar of the tiger king in Disney's live-action adaptation of Mowgli's adventurous tale.
Morgan Freeman, Rihanna, Charlize Theron and many other celebrities paid tribute to the South African leader who died at age 95.
According to a source, the 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' actor is expecting a child with his make-up artist girlfriend Naiyana Garth.
President Barack Obama will be joined by Harvey Weinstein, Justin Chadwick, Idris Elba, Naomie Harris and Nelson Mandela's two daughters.
The 'Pacific Rim' actor opens up about the moment he learned that a child he fathered actually was not his, saying, 'It is just tragic' and 'it happened to me.'
'People learn to hate. They can be taught to love. For love comes more naturally to the human heart,' the narration says.