The British, already ready to embody the famous secret agent in the cinema, hijacked the famous formula of 007 on Twitter, writing: "My name is Elba, Idris Elba".
James Bond could change his face. Idris Elba has nurtured the voice more, on Sunday 12 August, with a tweet in the form of a nod to the secret agent. Already declared to assume the role after Daniel Craig, the British actor has detected on Twitter the famous formula 007: "My name is Elba, Idris Elba."
My name is Elba, Idris Elba. pic.twitter.com/kEyyaVg8JX
– Idris Elba (@idriselba) 12 August 2018
The name of this forty-five-year-old actor, born of a father from Sierra Leone and a Ghanaian mother, has been running for years as James Bond. In 2015, Pierce Brosman, one of the actors who worked as a secret agent in the cinema, estimated that 007 could be embodied by a "great black actor". "Idris Elba certainly has the physical, the charisma and the presence", judged Irish-American.
The item has grown recently and, according to the Daily star, director Antoine Fuqua recently spoke with the producer of the saga Bond Barbara Broccoli who she thinks she is "Time" that 007 can be interpreted by a person of an ethnic minority. But a spokesman for Antoine Fuqua denied any discussion, saying Hollywood Journalist that history was "get up from scratch".
Golden Globe winner for Luther, Idris Elba was revealed in the criminal TV series The wire. He played in big budget movies Thorand played on the big screen the icon of the anti-apartheid Nelson Mandela. The next James Bond will be released in 2019 with Daniel Craig in the lead role. It should be Daniel Craig's fifth and final James Bond.