The film adaptation of the popular BBC crime drama, Luther, It will be directed by Jamie Payne, who also directed the show’s fifth season. Luther It was created by Neil Cross and ran for 5 seasons from 2010 to 2019. Idris Elba stars in the lead role of Detective Chief Inspector John Luther, a role for which he has won multiple awards, including a Golden Globe. There has long been talk of a Luther film, with Elba as a vocal supporter.
Now, Collider confirms that Payne has been hired to direct the next Luther movie for Netflix and BBC. The news of the film’s move to Netflix was first reported by Freakin giant robot. Payne directed all four episodes of Luther season 5, and his other previous directing credits include Doctor who, stranger, Y The white princess.
According to Elba, the Luther The movie will begin filming in September. More details about the plot and how the movie may relate to the television series are unknown. It is also unknown if the film will address Recent criticism from BBC Diversity Director Miranda Wayland, who stated that he did not feel the original series was authentically diverse.
Luther follows DCI John Luther (Elba), a tough and very capable British police officer from the Serious Crimes Unit who blurs the boundaries between your work and your personal life. Besides Elba, Luther features an impressive array of British talents, including Dermot Crowley, Indira Varma, Stephen Mackintosh, and Ruth Wilson as Alice Morgan.
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