Idris Elba has portrayed the character of DCI John Luther in the BBC crime thriller sequence due to the fact that its launch in 2010. The film, of the same name, used to be first introduced by way of Netflix in 2021.
In the first of two newly-released first-look images, DCI Luther can be viewed grimacing as he walks throughout a mountainous snow-covered panorama in his signature tweed coat.
In the second, the hot-headed detective appears to be in an underground tunnel, carrying an inquisitive expression.
The film, which is set to be released on Netflix in March 2023, will see Elba, 50, reprise his role as the eponymous character, as Cynthia Erivo and Andy Serkis join the cast.
Dermot Crowley is additionally set to return as detective Martin Schenk.
Speaking to Empire magazine about the highly-anticipated Luther film, Elba said: "We damage out of the gritty streets of London, we take it outside of that a little bit.
"That's great. It feels like now we’re getting into a specific existence of the Luther experience."
Elba additionally serves as a producer on the film, which has been written by Neil Cross and directed through Jamie Payne.
Source: Press Association