When asked by Good Morning Britain at the premiere of his directorial debut, "Yardie", if he was planning on playing Bond in the future, Elba responded in the negative. He was walking the carpet at the United Kingdom premiere of his directorial debut, "Yardie", when a reporter presented him with a martini and asked if he would like it shaken or stirred.
Cold War star Tomasz Kot was set to play the Russian villain in Bond 25
"Stir-fried, actually", he quipped, according to the UK's Express. Elba didn't mince his words when answering in no uncertain terms, "No".
Many Elba fans have campaigned for the star of "The Wire" and "Luther" to be the first black Bond.
Hurricane Lane strengthens to Cat 5 as it heads toward Hawaii: NHC
The weather service says tropical-storm-force winds could begin as early as Wednesday afternoon or evening on the Big Island. It is not certain what Hurricane Lane's path will be - whether it moves north or south.
On Tuesday, Craig and the producers announced that director Danny Boyle had left the film due to "creative differences". "It's interesting that the James Bond thing continues to go". When ITV asked if viewers were looking at the next 007, Elba said "no" and then walked away. Elba himself has even played along to an extent, posting a series of cryptic tweets about the role. As such, Idris Elba will not come on board as 007, disappointing fans worldwide.
The upcoming Bond film, 25th in the long-running franchise, would be Craig's last outing as the British spy.
Body of missing Iowa student found, reports say
Before she went missing, Tibbetts' brother dropped her off at her boyfriend's house so she could dog-sit, HLN reported . After questioning Rivera on Tuesday, the man led investigators to Tibbett's body in a field , the station reported.
Stocks hit all-time highs for the first time since January
The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes fell to 2.8298 percent compared with its USA close of 2.844 per cent on Tuesday. Advancing issues outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by a 2.04-to-1 ratio; on Nasdaq, a 2.66-to-1 ratio favored advancers.