Earlier today (local time), Rebecca Ferguson attended a press conference and gala premiere for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation in Shanghai, China. She looked fantastic in two different outfits, as she was photographed alongside Tom Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie. Click on the previews below to see pictures from both events in our photo gallery.
I have added almost 900 pictures from the public appearances Rebecca’s made throughout her career; pictures from movie premieres, both in Sweden and internationally; attending awards shows, including the Golden Globes in 2014 where she was nominated for her role in The White Queen; and lots of other events. Simply click on the previews below to check them all out in our photo gallery – now housing over 1,000 pictures! Big thanks to the Facebook group BeccaFergusonOnline for some of the older pictures.
I want to wish you all a warm welcome to Rebecca Ferguson Fan – the newest fansite for everything about the talented Swedish actress. You might know Rebecca from her fantastic portrayal of Ilsa Faust in this summer’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, or from her role as Queen Elizabeth in the mini-series The White Queen. If not, you have surely come to the right place.
We will provide you with information about both Ms. Ferguson and her projects, a photo gallery, press library and a soon-to-be launched video archive. I’m still working on everything behind the scenes, but felt I wanted to open the doors for you to browse the site still. If you encounter a broken link or something that’s missing, be sure that I’m working on it as we speak. Keep checking back to stay updated on all the latest on the gifted, beautiful, kick-ass Rebecca Ferguson. Welcome!
According to the always-reliable Deadline, Rebecca Ferguson is negotiating to star in The Girl On The Train, the Tate Taylor-directed adaptation of the Paula Hawkins novel. Ferguson will play the role of Anna.
There are three main female roles in the thriller, and the first was landed by Emily Blunt, who plays a recent divorcee who narrates the tale and spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day. One morning, she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.