Idris Elba On The Making Of His Big New Movies & How He Feels About Turning 50 | This Morning

Idris elba on the making of his big new movies & how he feels about turning 50 | this morning

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Superstar actor, producer, DJ and all-round Hollywood legend Idris Elba joined Rochelle and Vernon live in the studio to tell all about his latest movie ‘Three Thousand Years Of Longing’ where he stars alongside Tilda Swinton, his thriller ‘Beast’ and how he plans to celebrate turning the big 5-0 next week.

Broadcast on 02/09/22

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In This Story: Idris Elba

Idrissa Akuna Elba OBE is an English actor, writer, producer, rapper, singer, songwriter and DJ. He is known for roles including Stringer Bell in the HBO series The Wire, DCI John Luther in the BBC One series Luther, and Nelson Mandela in the biographical film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

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