Great news! Rebecca Ferguson is featured in the pages of the December issue of Swedish Elle magazine. It’s a brand new (absolutely stunning!) photoshoot and an interesting article on Rebecca’s year as well. Scans from the issue have been added to our photo gallery. Since Swedish is my native language, would you want me to translate the interview for the site? Let me know!
According to Variety, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation writer-director Christopher McQuarrie will return to write as well as possibly direct the next installment. Paramount is also holding an option for Rebecca Ferguson to reprise her role as Ilsa Faust, one of the most-praised parts of the well-received last film. No word yet if Rebecca will sign on to do it (she is after all lining up project after project these days!), but M:I 6 is aiming to start filming in August next year, so we will know for sure by then. Do you want Ferguson to play Ilsa one more time?
Yesterday, one of this summer’s biggest hits – Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation – was released on Digital HD. To celebrate the long awaited release, I have added high-definition screen captures from Rebecca’s scenes in the film. Ferguson received rave reviews for her portrayal of the agent Ilsa Faust, a role that has opened doors to more fantastic projects that are in the pipeline for her. Click on the previews below to see the screen captures in the photo gallery.
What a cast this is turning out to be! Allison Janney and Lisa Kudrow have now joined the cast of DreamWorks’ adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best-selling novel The Girl on the Train. They join an ensemble that already includes Emily Blunt, Rebecca Ferguson, Haley Bennett, Jared Leto and Justin Theroux, with Tate Taylor directing. Janney will play a police detective in the pic, while Kudrow is playing an unknown role as Monica.
The movie centers around Rachel, a troubled alcoholic whose husband left her for his mistress, who becomes fascinated by a seemingly perfect couple whose home she passes while riding the train. But after she thinks she witnesses a murder, she begins to realize that she may have been involved in the crime. The Girl on the Train starts filming today, and is set to arrive in theaters on October 7, next year.
According to Deadline, Disney has set a release date of October 7, 2016, for DreamWorks’ feature adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ bestselling novel The Girl On The Train. The film from The Help director Tate Taylor tells the story of Rachel, a divorcee who goes on a train to London and spots Scott and Megan, who seem to have the perfect life as a couple. However, events turn for the worse, with Rachel finding herself embroiled in the murder mystery. Rebecca Ferguson landed the role of Anna back in August, with Jared Leto, Justin Theroux and Édgar Ramírez also in talks for roles in the film. What an exciting project for Rebecca!
On October 22, Rebecca Ferguson attended The 2015 Skin Cancer Foundation Gala in New York City. She looked stunning (when doesn’t she?), and she was accompanied by friends Olof Erlandsson and Adam Schweitzer to the event. I’ve only been able to find a few pictures, among them a picture posted on Olof’s Instagram account. Check them all out by clicking on the previews below.