Idris Elba

All Blacks hang out with film stars Idris Elba and Taika Waititi in Sydney

Wearing their club rugby jerseys, the All Blacks were snapped in a group photo with Waititi and Elba, who donned the team's famous shirt.

“Humbling experience for the boys, meeting two of Hollywood’s finest,” the All Blacks posted on Twitter.

Oscar-winning director Waititi is in Australia for the filming of Thor: Love and Thunder, which features Australian actor and Thor star Chris Hemsworth and is set for release in 2022.

Hemsworth revealed on Instagram in October the first meeting had gone so well that Waititi needed to take a nap outside in the sun.

Idris Elba: 'Food will run out if farmers can't farm'

The actor, in his role as UN ambassador, helped to launch its $40m (£32,2m) International Fund for Agricultural Development on Monday.

The fund is intended to help support farmers and food producers in rural areas globally during the pandemic.

"It is about food," the Luther star told BBC News.

"It is about the basic necessity for human beings, and that will run out if the farmers can't farm."

Idris, and his wife, model and fellow activist Sabrina Dhowre Elba, have been quarantined in their London home since last month, having tested positive for coronavirus.

Actor Idris Elba marries in Morocco

Over the weekend, the love chase ended in Morocco where he married model Sabrina Dhowre.

Photographs posted by British Vogue showed Elba, 46 - once rumoured to be in the running to play James Bond on screen - sharing an embrace with Dhowre, 29, a former Miss Vancouver.

Elba, who is marrying for the third time, made sure the journey to Morocco was worth the trouble for his guests, who included Motown great Diana Ross and her son. The celebrations were spread over three days.

Yardie actor on Idris Elba proposal: I had tears in my eyes

The 21-year-old has says he was already overwhelmed with emotion to be at the screening of Yardie - and that's before Idris made a surprise proposal to his girlfriend.

"It was very unexpected, such a beautiful moment," Adnan told Newsbeat.

The Luther actor popped the question to girlfriend Sabrina Dhowrie on stage at an east London cinema yesterday.

"Yardie was the first screening I've ever been to," said Adnan, from south London.

Go ahead and make Idris Elba James Bond please

Fans of Elba have been suggesting he become the first black Bond and the actor is making the argument easy.

He's suave in a suit, has the right accent and will soon star in a new reality series titled "Idris Elba: Fighter."

The Discovery network show will reportedly follow a year of Elba training to become a professional kickboxer.

The actor is familiar with the sport, having done it as part of his workout routine, but this new adventure will take him around the world as he pursues it as a career.

I'm too old to play James Bond: Idris Elba

The 43-year-old actor has been widely tipped by bookmakers to take over the role when Daniel Craig leaves the film series.

Elba, who is currently on the big screen in Star Trek Beyond, told ABC's Good Morning America: "I think I'm too old for that.

"Running around in cars and ladies and martinis, who wants to do that? Sounds terrible."

'Star Trek’'s Idris Elba brings his personal style to Superdry

In fact, his tailored look burnishes the swirling rumours of being considered for the next James Bond. In the meantime, Elba’s style shines through his premium menswear collection with British lifestyle brand Superdry.

Now in its second season, Elba’s line launched in November 2015 in the U.K. This month marks the U.S. launch at the new flagship store in New York City’s Herald Square.

Bastille Day movie pulled from French cinemas following Bastille Day terror

More than 80 people died when a French-Tunisian man, Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, drove a lorry into celebrating crowds on Thursday evening.

Elba's film, which involves a terrorist plot to bomb Paris, was released in France on Wednesday.

Game Of Thrones actor Richard Madden also appears in the movie.

StudioCanal pulled adverts for Bastille Day a day after the attack and have now asked cinemas to stop showing it altogether, according to Variety.

It's not the first time this particular film's release has been affected by attacks like the one in Nice.