Hollywood stars Will Smith and Idris Elba are teaming up together for a secret new project. The collaboration will be the actors’ first, in spite of each having long, effective careers and jobs in various blockbuster franchises. Both are presently advancing new movies, with Elba’s Western The Harder They Fall right now available to stream on Netflix and Smith’s Oscar-buzzy biopic King Richard set to hit theaters and HBO Max on November 19.
On the contrary, Elba and Smith appear to have an actively firm relationship, with the former confirming a future collaboration in a new Instagram post. Elba shares a photograph of the pair blessing the Oscars honorary pathway along with the caption “Me + Will = Coming soon.” The British actor also shared the post to his story with the additional caption “London soon come,” which Smith thusly shared to his own.
The decision of utilizing a photograph from the Academy Awards could be alluding to a potential Oscar play, which would make sense, considering that both have yet to win a brilliant statuette. The nature of the announcement as a post on Elba’s personal Instagram makes it far-fetched that the collaboration will be a DCEU crossover, as such announcements are firmly controlled and strategically considered, yet that doesn’t mean fans should surrender expect a Deadshot-Bloodsport meeting later on. The project may not be in cinema at all – the two stars have extremely high-profile music careers, so Elba’s tease could allude to a song or concert featuring Smith rapping over beats from DJ Big Driis. With such a variety of talents, it is genuinely difficult to foresee what the pair could be teaming up for right now.
Whatever the project may be, “Idris + Will” is possible going to equal achievement. In the event that their endeavors are in cinema, Smith has substantiated himself a film industry attraction for over two decades, while Elba is both critically and openly adored, as demonstrated by his continual connections to the iconic job of James Bond. In case the stars’ collaboration is instead in the music circle, fans would be wise to look out for any mention of a concert, as tickets would doubtlessly only need a couple of moments to sell out.