Idris Elba

Neither Stringer Bell on "The Wire" nor Tango in "American Gangster" held a candle to the Londoner's most challenging part.
"A lot of people talk about another character that begins with ‘J’ and ends with ‘B,’ but I’m not going to be that guy," the actor told the World Government Summit in Dubai.
A-listers fired back at nasty messages in Jimmy Kimmel's new "Mean Tweets" bit.
Idris Elba may go head-to-head with a lion in “Beast,” but the action flick was no match for the latest “Dragon Ball” movie.
For his new film "Beast," Elba made a casting choice that got a little awkward with his 20-year-old daughter Isan.
The "American Gangster" actor told Jimmy Fallon he wrote Jay-Z a poem that ended up on the film's companion album.
"It was Meghan's choice," the actor said of the Duchess of Sussex's song selection that stirred guests after her royal nuptials with Prince Harry.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators turned out to pressure world leaders to make real, impactful changes to slow the climate crisis.
“This wasn’t like my cousin’s wedding," the British star told Jimmy Fallon about playing for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The standalone sequel starring Margot Robbie and Idris Elba was simultaneously released in theaters and on HBO Max.