Idris Elba Moved To Sign A Deal To Produce Series And Film For Apple TV+

by Duke Magazine

It has been gathered by Deadline that the thespian will be producing global series and feature films via his Green Door Pictures production platform. Elba, who founded Green Door in 2013 with the goal of grooming new talents, while also promoting established talent to increase inclusion, representation, and diversity. In the past, he and his company have produced “Concrete Cowboy, “In The Long Run, “Elba vs Block, and “Turn Up Charlie. 

Beside his regular onscreen presence in films like “Fast & Furious Presents,” “Hobbs & ShawAvengers,” “Infinity Warand Molly’s GameIdris also starred in the popular drama series, “LutherIn a conversation with Sky News, Elba claimed that with his new deal, there have been talks about reviving the franchise by giving it the movie treatment. Funnily enough, Jay Hunt–the woman who originally brought “Luther” to British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is now the European content chief at Apple.

“I’ve made it very clear that I’d like to see Luther come back as a film,” Elba revealed. “And I can tell you this, that we are this close to making a film of Luther.”

This new first deal for Elba follows a series of new partnerships Apple TV+ has made with big names like Oprah Winfrey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and more.

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