IDRIS Elba's new Netflix show The Harder They Fall has been forced to shut down production.
Filming on the Western show has been put on hold after a crew member tested positive for coronavirus.
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Entertainment Weekly reports that shooting was delayed on Thursday October 15.
However, following the crew member's diagnosis, production is expected to get underway some time this week.
Shooting got underway back in New Mexico earlier this year, but was halted due to to COVID-19 and Idris himself caught the virus around the same time.
The new program follows outlaw Nat Love (Jonathan Majors), who discovers that a man (Elba), who killed his parents two decades ago is being released from prison.
Nat will join forces with his old gang to get his own brand of justice and vengeance against the murderer.
The show is directed by Jeymes Samuel and boats a cast that includes Regina King, Jonathan Majors, LaKeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz.
The film also stars The Good Fight star Delroy Lindo, The Haves and the Have Nots' Danielle Deadwyler and The Blacklist actor Edi Gathegi.
It is currently unknown when The Harder They Fall will be released on Netflix.
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Last week Luther creator Neil Cross has promised Idris Elba will be returning to the role amid rumours of a standalone film before the sixth series.
Idris, 48, has won a legion of fans as the no-nonsense detective on the BBC show, which last aired in January 2019.
As well as a potential sixth series, a standalone Luther film has been doing the rounds on the rumour mill for a while, and when asked about it, Neil said: "Ask Idris!"
He added: "We are – I don’t know what I’m allowed to say, which is an answer in of itself! Words are my job and I’ve lost them all.
"We wanna make more Luther. We’re gonna make more Luther. The how and the why, that’s all to come, but we’re gonna make more Luther.”
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