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  1. Toronto: Idris Elba and Naomie Harris on Track for Oscar Noms for 'Mandela' (Analysis)

    12:58 pm 9/8/2013

    The two stars, who play South Africa's first black leader and his wife, could score lead actor and supporting actress nominations.Read more

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  2. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom: Toronto Review

    4:33 am 9/8/2013

    Idris Elba plays the father of South African freedom, with Naomie Harris as his impassioned wife in Justin Chadwick's epic biographical portrait.Read more

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  3. Stacker Pizzacost: Idris Elba's Sci-Fi Origins Revealed

    1:26 pm 9/4/2013

    Nothing stays hidden on the Internet, as proven by the recent re-emergence of Idris Elba's first foray into outer space almost two decades ago. Read more

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  4. Toronto: THR to Honor Idris Elba and Naomie Harris With Inaugural Breakthrough in Film Awards

    8:15 am 9/4/2013

    The stars of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" will be honored Sept. 8 at the Thompson Hotel, at a gala ceremony sponsored by Bulgari.Read more

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  5. 'Luther' Creator Eyes Movie Version

    4:59 am 8/28/2013

    Neil Cross has written a prequel movie script for the character played by Idris Elba in the U.K. cop show.Read more

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  6. BBC Orders Idris Elba Car Racing Documentary

    6:31 am 8/22/2013

    The U.K. public broadcaster has commissioned a slew of fact-based programming.Read more

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  7. Luther Season 3: TV Review

    12:23 pm 8/19/2013

    Idris Elba returns as John Luther in the latest season of BBC America's British drama.Read more

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  8. Idris Elba Plays Nelson Mandela in 'Long Walk to Freedom' Trailer (Video)

    7:11 pm 7/18/2013

    The Weinstein Co. biopic about the iconic South African president is directed by Justin Chadwick and hits theaters Nov. 29.Read more

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  9. 'Pacific Rim' Director Guillermo del Toro: 'Post-Conversion 3D Can Be Great'

    11:47 am 7/12/2013

    At a LACMA screening, the man behind the monsters vs. megarobots extravaganza said the film was inspired by his bed-wetting childhood nightmares -- and advised people see it on "the most obscenely large screen" possible.Read more

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