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Rebecca Ferguson Says a Co-Star Screamed at Her On Set: “I Would Cry Walking Off Set”

Rebecca Ferguson is reflecting on a time when a former co-star screamed at her. In an interview on the Reign With Josh Smith podcast, the Dune: Part Two actress recalled a co-star growing upset on set which resulted in them screaming at her. Ferguson did not name the film set this happened on nor the […]

‘Dune: Part Two’ Review: Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya in Denis Villeneuve’s Gorgeous but Limited Sequel

The second film also features returning stars Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin, as well as fresh faces Austin Butler and Florence Pugh.

‘Mission: Impossible’ Stars, Director on Latest Film’s “Very Timely” Villain: “People Are Scared”

Christopher McQuarrie and actors Simon Pegg and Rebecca Ferguson speak about 'Dead Reckoning's' real-world threat, while Henry Czerny, back as Kittridge, talks returning to the franchise more than 25 years later.

‘Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One’ Review: Tom Cruise Amps Up the Electrifying Action but Story Is Strictly Secondary

Hayley Atwell joins returning cast Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Vanessa Kirby in Christopher McQuarrie’s high-octane opening salvo of the two-part Ethan Hunt thriller.

‘Silo’ Review: Rebecca Ferguson in Apple TV+’s Intermittently Gripping Sci-Fi Series

Graham Yost's adaptation of Hugh Howey's books features Ferguson as a mechanic looking for answers about her dystopian society, with David Oyelowo, Rashida Jones, Tim Robbins and Common in supporting roles.

‘Dune: Part Two’ Debuts Trailer Selling It as an “Epic War Movie” at CinemaCon

Dune: Part Two is coming into focus, with filmmaker Denis Villeneuve and stars Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya showing off a new trailer for the Warner Bros. and Legendary sequel at CinemaCon Tuesday. “Part One is more of a contemplative movie. Part Two is an action-packed, epic war movie. It is much more dense. We went […]

‘As in Heaven’ Wins Best Film at Goteborg Film Festival

As in Heaven, Tea Lindeburg’s Swedish period coming-of-age tale has won the Dragon Award for best Nordic film at the 2022 Goteborg International Film Festival. Lindeburg’s debut feature, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Marie Bregendahl, follow the ambitious 14-year-old Lisa (Flora Ofelia Hofmann Lindahl) as she is confronted with the […]

‘Dune’ Star Rebecca Ferguson, Luca Guadagnino to Receive Dragon Awards at Goteborg Film Festival

Dune star Rebecca Ferguson and Call Me By Your Name (2017) director Luca Guadagnino will be honored at the 2022 Göteborg International Film Festival with honorary Dragon Awards in tribute to their careers’ work. Sweden-born Ferguson played Lady Jessica Atreides, the mother of Timothée Chalamet’s character Paul Atreides, in Dune and is familiar to action fans […]

How ‘Dune’ Star Rebecca Ferguson Found “The Voice”

For Rebecca Ferguson, Warner Bros.’ Dune was an opportunity for the versatile actor to challenge herself. But first, she challenged filmmaker Denis Villeneuve to convince her that Lady Jessica was a character to whom she should dedicate months of her life. After a lengthy initial conversation, Ferguson was sold and signed on to play Jessica, […]

Timothee Chalamet in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’: Film Review | Venice 2021

Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi classic gets epic screen treatment, with an all-star cast that also features Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa and Zendaya.

Box Office: ‘Free Guy’ Heads for Happy $17M; ‘PAW Patrol’ Eyes $14M

It’s a weekend of mixed emotions at the domestic box office as the delta variant continues to impact moviegoing. On the happy end, 20th Century and Disney’s Free Guy is solidifying its status as a sleeper box office hit. The action-comedy, starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Shawn Levy, grossed $5.2 million on its second […]

Hugh Jackman in ‘Reminiscence’: Film Review

The star plays a private investigator specializing in the retrieval of lost memories who becomes dangerously obsessed with an elusive client played by Rebecca Ferguson.