Stellan Skarsgård plays the grotesque Baron Vladimir Harkonnen in the new take on Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel series.
Jason Momoa will portray the swordsman Duncan Idaho in Denis Villeneuve's two-part movie adaptation of 'Dune'.
As a film that explores the lives of two very different characters who are inexplicably drawn into each other's orbit, Danny and Abra (Kyliegh Curran), the movie shines.
Stephen King famously hated the movie of 'The Shining'. but he's apparently on board with 'Doctor Sleep'.
Rebecca Ferguson plays the villainous Rose the Hat in 'Doctor Sleep', which is based on Stephen King's sequel novel to 'The Shining'.
Mike Flanagan's sequel to the Stephen King classic is wearing its Kubrick influences on its sleeve.
"Men in Black: International" follows the adventures of Agents M and H as they investigate the inexplicable assassination of an alien dignitary on Earth.
Denis Villeneuve's film goes in front of cameras with a glittering cast of Hollywood A-listers.
'The Kid Who Would Be King' star discusses the spy films and her villainous new role as Morgana.
Joe Cornish is back with 'The Kid Who Would Be King', his first film since 2011's 'Attack The Block'.
‘Life’, the ‘Alien’-inspired sci-fi thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds, may get the sequel treatment, if its writers have anything to do with it. There are certainly doubts over ‘Life’s franchise potential, but wrtier Rhett Reese still has an idea about how the story could continue. At the end of the film, surviving astronauts David (Gyllenhaal) and Miranda (Rebecca Ferguson) try and fail to contain and destroy the alien beastie that’s killed their friends and trashed the International Space Station.
‘Life’, Sony Pictures’ genuinely terrifying new sci-fi thriller, hits cinemas today and to celebrate we’ve got two brand new videos to share with you. First is a new featurette – above – that explains the threat posed by the alien creature brought on board the International Space Station by the crew. The space craft receives the cellular organism from a Mars rover, but things quickly go south when the crew bring the creature to life through experimentation.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Rebecca Ferguson, two of the stars of new sci-fi horror 'Life' have their say on the inevitable comparisons with Ridley Scott's Alien, and reveal how zero gravity was achieved on film.
President-elect Donald Trump may be boasting about his star-studded inauguration for the ages, but there won’t be many A-list celebs in attendance to bear witness. While America’s Got Talent singer Jackie Evancho, Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down, Sam Moore (of Sam and Dave fame), Lee Greenwood, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and the Rockettes are all scheduled to perform, many more stars reportedly declined the invite. Heck, even the B-Street Band, a popular Bruce Springsteen cover group, pulled out of the inauguration festivities. Take a look at who else won’t be lending their voices on Inauguration Day.
It looks as though ‘Alien: Paradise Lost’ is gearing up already… as Rebecca Ferguson is linked to the female lead. According to Deadline, the 31-year-old Swedish actress is being considered for a leading role in Ridley Scott’s upcoming ‘Prometheus’ sequel. “She is eyeing the lead role in Guernsey with respected Brit director Mike Newell attached,” they said.
‘Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation’ actress Rebecca Ferguson is apparently at the top of Marvel’s list for the upcoming ‘Captain Marvel’. According to Heroic Hollywood, the 31-year-old Swedish actress is wanted for the role of Carol Danvers – aka Captain Marvel… but will she be convinced to join the MCU? “Got a hot tip that Rebecca Ferguson, who is UBERHOT at the moment coming off Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is at the top of Marvel’s list to play Captain Marvel,” they explain.
The Mission: Impossible franchise is all about Tom Cruise‘s Ethan Hunt – the unluckiest spy in the world – pushing the limits to impress moviegoers. But if you’ve watched Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, it’s very likely that your hearts were stolen by newcomer Rebecca Ferguson. As the enigmatic Ilsa Faust, she keeps Hunt (and the audience) guessing where her loyalties lie. While it seems like a Mission: Impossible tradition to swap out its female lead for each new installment, here are 5 reasons they should keep the Swedish-British beauty around. She’s grounded (Source: Paramount Pictures ) Unlike other movies that have women running in heels - yes Jurassic World, I’m looking at you - Faust displays common sense when she demands that Hunt helps her remove her shoes before she sprints barefoot across rooftops.
At the center of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, of course, is Tom Cruise, not only the eternally fresh face of the franchise, but a man who’s seemingly willing to risk bodily harm just to impress moviegoers. The 31-year-old Swede, whom Cruise personally championed for the role, has already been called “The second coming of Lauren Bacall,” with others comparing her classic glamour to that of countrywoman Ingrid Bergman.
Temperatures might be hovering just under 100 degrees in New York City right now, but celebrities are sticking with a mid-winter palette of black, white, and navy. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation star Rebecca Ferguson wore a simple and sophisticated blue jumpsuit by Diane von Furstenberg to the film’s premiere. On the sweeter side, Kiernan Shipka chose a girly printed cocktail dress from Valentino for the Los Angeles premiere of The Gift. And Nicole Richie brought the sexy in a plunging silver gown by Bec & Bridge with strappy black sandals for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. More from Yahoo Style:Cara Delevingne, Katie Holmes, & Charlize Theron Sparkle As This Week’s Best Dressed
From Emmanuelle Béart in the first film to Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa in ‘Rogue Nation’, ‘Mission: Impossible’ has always been a source of strong women. Of course not all of them have been on Ethan Hunt’s side – but they’ve always been the kind of women who can kick ass and are comfortable breaking into maximum security facilities or attending high society parties. Even Michelle Monaghan, who played Ethan’s fiancée Julia in Part III and wasn’t even an agent, killed the bad guy and saved her boyfriend’s life after he had an explosive device inserted into his head. ‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ is following on that tradition thanks to Ilsa, with Swedish actress Ferguson doing almost all her own stunts including abseiling down the side of Vienna Opera House.