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Idris Elba on #MeToo movement: “It’s only difficult if you’re a man with something to hide” — Consequence of Sound

I have loved Idris Elba since first seeing him in, “Prometheus”, then again in, “Pacific Rim” as the unforgettable Stacker Pentacost, and more recently in, “The Mountain Between Us”.  In each role, he has played a man of integrity, sharp intelligence, and a man who CHOOSES his life course through his own actions.  To see Edris Elba speaking out more than once on #MeToo is a quantum leap forward.  Ladies, let’s hope he becomes the new standard of hero that we all need.  Guys, please, listen to Idris.

He’s my #NewHero.

 

Who doesn’t love Idris Elba? He’s smart, he’s handsome, he’s talented, and he’s insightful. Whether he’s brooding in the corner of Baltimore or slumming it in a shitty movie like last year’s The Dark Tower, the English actor always proves to be a beacon of light, providing clarity in moments of chaos, and that’s a…

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10 thoughts on “Idris Elba on #MeToo movement: “It’s only difficult if you’re a man with something to hide” — Consequence of Sound

  1. It’s something I would need to make a commitment to watch as there are a lot of seasons. I watched a couple of episodes of S1 before and one of the guys it started getting on my nerves, so I didn’t keep watching.

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  2. There are a lot of characters in the show- my advice if you give it another try- watch the first two episodes twice–then move on- at first i found it a bit overwhelming then it slowed down.

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  3. ok you’ve convinced me. I’ve just started watching a random show I found the first season of at the library, called “Elementary”. It’s a modern day Sherlock Holmes, where Johnny Lee Miller is Holmes in NYC and Watson is Lucy Liu. It’s pretty good if you like crime-solving shows.

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