His role is steeped in mystery but my money’s on The Gorn.
It can sit in your queue now, instead of as a DVD on top of your TV for four months.
Oh, come on! If he can play one Luther, he can play two!
He doesn’t say yes, but he doesn’t say no.
These actors are known for playing the good guy (or gal), but they all broke bad at one point in their career!
It doesn’t have to make sense.
In case the robots housing monsters weren’t clear enough the first time around.
Suck it, monsters!
The Brits know how to tell some great stories that will make you a junkie for the tension before the first episode ends. Seriousness abounds, villains are everywhere, and the…
Anyone want to see the “dark and brooding” Bond for 15 more years? Yeah, me neither.
Here you go. It looks more like ‘Entertainment Weekly’ than it does a movie.
If you’re buddy bet you that there is no definitive proof that the ‘Ghost Rider’ sequel is being made, show him this gallery and collect your money.
These new roles will raise their positions on the Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon game board.
DiCaprio is now entering actual talks to play Calvin Candie, the ruthless slave owner who could use a big dose of vitamin comeuppance.
Everything’s coming up Idris Elba.
Is Idris Elba ‘Django Unchained’?
Maybe profile shots are coming out soon.
Actors are apparently lined up around the block to get chewed up by the aliens in Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’.
Stringer Bell a.k.a. Idris Elba is in talks to join Nicolas Cage, Ciaran Hinds, and hottie Violante Placido in Ghost Rider 2. THR reports that Elba would play "an alcoholic warrior monk tasked with finding Ghost Rider." There are so many contradictions in that character description. Basically, Worst. Monk. Ever.
Johnny Whitworth is also looking to jump into the Neveldine/Taylor-directed flaming skull flick. The "CSI: Miami" star would be "a criminal who is recruited by the devil to find the boy and is later turned into a demonic creature." What's with all the finding going on in this movie? I wonder how Neveldine and Taylor will make that interesting. Oh right, shoot the whole thing like it's an acid trip. This can't not turn out excellent.
Stringer Bell from "The Wire," actor Idris Elba, is taking over for Morgan Freeman as Dr. Alex Cross in Cross. The new installment of the James Patterson best selling novels will be directed by David Twohy, who will also rewrite the Kerry Williamson penned script.
Morgan Freeman chased after psychopaths as Cross in Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider, and he did it with class and a soothing tenor. Idris should carry the torch nicely, as he is a great talent who demonstrated on "The Wire" he can pop a cap in an ass, while on "The Office" he showed off his comedic chops. As a side note: doesn't it wrinkle your brain when British actors who you didn't know were British speak with a British accent? Quit fooling us, Red Coats! (Deadline)
The LosersPG-13, 95m., 2010Cast: Jeffery Dean Morgan, Idris Elba, Columbus Short, Chris Evans with Zoe Saldana and Jason PatricDirected by Sylvain WhiteScreenplay by Peter Berg and James Vanderbilt based upon graphic novel series, “Ante Up” written by Andy Diggle and illustrations by Jock
The graphic novel The Losers has transmovieafied its way to the big screen and today we have the trailer. It's the standard elite team of emissaries are betrayed by Jason Patric plot. But it looks like it could be fun. It borrows a good deal of its charm from The Italian Job and the Ocean's films and rests that on the shoulders of a cast comprised of rising stars. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Zoe Saldana, Idris Elba, and a nerdy Chris Evans (and his mind bullets) have a great rapport. This looks like it will either be a modest hit or a fun but forgettable mid-season film. Not all of the jokes hit in this trailer. For instance, after Elba successfully blows up a SUV with a homemade rocket launcher, he exclaims, "I'm the black MacGuyver! BlaGuyver!!" We'll never see a black MacGuyver in our lifetimes. MacGuyver's love of ice hockey makes that an impossibility. (MSN) Watch the trailer after the jump…