Idris Elba Joins The Bullitts Saga! Makes 1st appearance on Day 49 of Amelia Sparks’ diary

Taking their name from Steve McQueen’s 1968 Bullitt thriller, an intriguing new “action adventure” musical outfit by the name of The Bullitts is on the way with creative concepts I have never seen before.

The Bullitts forthcoming debut album They Die By Dawn (which features Mos Def, Jay Electronica, Tori Amos + more) is an audio movie narrated by actress Lucy Liu who plays the lead character Amelia Sparks (Listen to the first single Close Your Eyes with Jay Electronica x Lucy Liu) who from what I can gather from her diary entries so far via @TheBullitts is a disturbed (possibly schizophrenic) young woman who finds herself pulled into a dark twisted story filled with secrets, deceit & murder.

The Bullitts saga continues to reveal new twists and turns through the multimedia online diary that Amelia Sparks has been sharing on twitter (Catch up with Days 1-42 here + days 43-48 here) , and today (day 49) the latest famous face to join The Bullitts storyline is Idris Elba who plays the part of the REAL Saul Emmanuel. (Amelia Sparks has been led to believe another another man was Saul Emmanuel over the last few days.)

Check out today’s diary entries and Idris Elba‘s 1st appearance after the jump…

AMELIA SPARKS DIARY: DAY 49

I kept hearing my phone ring in my sleep. I wasn’t dreaming. The number was blocked. I’m used to that now. I answered it.
I didn’t recognise the voice. Before I could even say hello, it said;

“Amelia Sparks. I know your name, your cell number and your address. Meet me at The Foundry now. Don’t make me come for you.”

And that was it. The only Foundry I know is in Upper West Side. I’m getting dressed now. I should be there in 45 minutes.

I’ve been walking around this area for the last two hours. The place I knew to be the Foundry is no longer here. I don’t know where to go.

The man hasn’t called back and I don’t have a number. The voices aren’t telling me anything. Saul still isn’t picking up his phone.

I asked a police officer. He said the only place by the name of The Foundry that he knows of is on West 54th St. I’ll walk there now.

I’ve hopped in a taxi. It’s too cold. The driver knows exactly where it is, but he says it’s no longer called The Foundry.

I should be there in 5 minutes. I don’t know what to do or who to call when I arrive.

Probably this man will know where Saul Emmanuel is. There must be something wrong.

I’m pulling up at the building now. There’s a tall man standing outside looking at his watch.

He’s seen me.

He knows who I am. He said; “What took you so long? Follow me.” And he’s walked into the building. I’ll follow.

I don’t know what I’m in for, but he obviously won’t kill me in here. People saw me enter the building and there are cameras all over.

We walked up a couple of floors and entered an office. It looks like a law firm of some sort. He told me to wait here. I’m in the reception.

He’s walked into another room. I can see him through the glass door talking to another man. Taller. They both keep looking over at me.

The man that met me at the door is seemingly being told off. He must be a secretary or something. The other guy is obviously the boss.

The man I followed in has just called me into the room. I’m going in.

He’s left me in here with the man that was telling him off.

To Be Continued via @TheBullitts