Rebecca Ferguson (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation) joins Hugh Jackman in 20th Century Fox‘s P.T. Barnum musical biopic The Greatest Showman on Earth. Continue reading Rebecca Ferguson Joins Hugh Jackman in Greatest Showman on Earth
Last summer saw Rebecca Ferguson’s breakout role in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation where she stole every scene she was in from the charismatic Tom Cruise. Prior to suiting up as a spy, Ferguson received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries category for her work in the 8-episode limited series, The White Queen. Due to strong ratings and critical acclaim, The White Princess (a follow-up limited series) is being developed for a 2017 release on STARZ. Read below for a synopsis of the series (via Coming Soon). Continue reading The White Princess, Sequel to The White Queen, Being Developed for STARZ
According to Showbiz411, actress Rebecca Ferguson will reprise her role as Ilsa Faust for Mission Impossible 6. This would be the first time a major female character/actress is being brought back for a second Mission Impossible movie (unless you count the very brief scene with Michelle Monaghan’s character at the end of MI:4). Here’s the report from Showbiz411: Continue reading Rebecca Ferguson to Return for Mission Impossible 6
Following her breakout role opposite Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Rebecca Ferguson has been in demand. Deadline is reporting that the actress is being courted to star in both Ridley Scott’s follow-up to Prometheus, Aliens: Paradise Lost, and Tomas Alfredson’s The Snowman opposite Michael Fassbender. Continue reading Rebecca Ferguson In Talks for Aliens: Paradise Lost and The Snowman
For those who watched Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (and I recommend it, a very solid action/spy film) it was likely the first time you saw Rebecca Ferguson. Prior to steal scenes from Tom Cruise in the big summer blockbuster, she was best known for playing Elizabeth Woodville in the 10-part BBC historical drama The White Queen that won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress. She possesses the acting chops and had a notable breakout role, so the natural progression these days is to be cast in a superhero film. As of now Rebecca Ferguson is Marvel’s top choice to play Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel. Continue reading Is This Marvel’s Top Choice to Play Captain Marvel?