The star of "Luther" and "The Wire" opens up on his villainous character and what makes him different from other "Star Trek" villains.
BBC America has released the first photo from Idris Elba's upcoming two-part "Luther" special, which is slated to air later this year.
As part of the magazine's "Vulture Remix" series, they've smash-cut the actor into scenes from the trailer of the latest Bond installment, "Spectre."
The long-awaited trailer has arrived for director Jon Favreau's live-action/CG remake of the 1967 animated classic.
Written and directed by Cary Fukunaga of "True Detective" fame, the war drama arrives Oct. 16 in select theaters and on Netflix.
The actor, so often mentioned in speculation about James Bond, says if he were ever cast in the role, it's because his fans made it happen.
Idris Elba keeps smiling in the face of the "too street" controversy, while an online bookmaker lays odds on another actor to succeed Daniel Craig as James Bond.
With the current controversy over what it means to be "too rough" to play James Bond, we take a look at a famous actor who actually did lose the role of Bond for being too rough.
Anthony Horowitz, the latest "James Bond" novelist, said that Elba is "a bit too rough" for the suave character and later apologized for his comments.
The actor trades Asgard for Oa in this fan-produced trailer that borrows from "Green Lantern," "TRON: Legacy," "Pacific Rim" and other films.
The two co-stars are forced to share the spotlight, and the captain's chair, in this humorous video promoting the "To Boldly Go" charity initiative.
Netflix's first original film, from writer/director Cary Fukunaga ("True Detective"), will receive limited theatrical release on Oct. 16, the same day it premieres on the streaming service.
Pegg offered more details about Elba's 'Star Trek Beyond' character, including the fact that his character will be a much different villain than Kahn.
Elba breakdances in a video that runs through the details of "Star Trek Beyond's" partnership with Omaze.
The writer shoots down speculation that Elba will play a character from the original series, saying, "We don't always have to keep bumping into the same people."
The "Luther" star is reportedly in early negotiations for the Justin Lin-directed sequel.
The streaming service is reportedly planning a major awards push for the drama, which stars Idris Elba.
The new "Avengers" poster lists the trio of actors in its credits; Donald Glover would be "honored" to play Spider-Man and more.