It’s been a little over a year since Rebecca Ferguson proved to the world she had what it takes to be in a class of her own in terms of on-screen exposure with her terrifying portrayal of Rose the hat in Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep The way the Swedish actress wore every scene she was starred in, including the nightmares depicting the gruesome death of Jacob Tremblay’s “Baseball Boy” was a Pleasure, albeit unsettling.And while we may never see Ferguson take on a threatening figure for some time, the Golden Globe nominated actress has put out a few projects over the next several years, including 2021’s Dune and Mission: Impossible 7

But where else are we going to see the actress in the near future who has excelled in shows like The White Queen and The Red Tent, as well as notable films like Life, The Girl on the Train and The Greatest Showman? Well, those who couldn’t get enough of Rebecca Ferguson’s chemistry with Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman are going to see some great news here soon, the same goes for those of us who want to see in an unreleased film that was finalized back in 2008 Where it all began for the Swedish actress Here we’ll see Rebecca Ferguson everywhere in the months and years to come

Rebecca Ferguson will appear alongside Hugh Jackman in Lisa Joy’s full-length debut, the sci-fi drama Reminiscence. The film focuses on Nicolas “Nick” Bannister (Jackman), a veteran of one of the impacts of climate change Miami lives in the near future and has a very risky and futuristic preoccupation: offering paying customers the opportunity to relive any memory they wish.This is where Mae (Ferugson) comes in, as a mysterious woman with an even more mysterious past who eventually becomes a client for Nick and a passionate lover too.But things change for Nick when, through another client’s memories, he sees Mae commit a series of violent crimes that puts the lonely character in a position to uncover the truth, no matter what she finds

Reminiscence’s existence was first announced in January 2019 when Deadline reported that Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy would make her full-length directorial debut in a science fiction drama that starred The Greatest Showman (and for one Another problematic relationship with the potential for dire consequences) The project continued to gain momentum months after its initial release with Thandie Newton, Daneil Wu, Cliff Curtis, and several others, and went into production in New Orleans and Miami in October Filming began in January 2020.The film is one of 17 titles from Warner Bros. plans to release on HBO Max on the same day as in theaters, which is June 16 April 2021 will be

One of the most anticipated films, not just for Rebecca Ferguson, both for cinema in general, is Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming bid-budget and star adaptation of Frank Herber’s cult classic Dune, in which Ferguson becomes Lady Jessica, portray the mother of Paul Atreides (Timothé Chalamet) Bene Gesserit and the concubine of Duke Leto Atreides (Oscar Isaac) The story begins when the Duke gains control of the desert planet Arrakis, commonly known as the Dune, which is home to the spice, the most valuable drug in the universe (thanks to its ability to grant users extended lives and superhuman abilities) as well as wild sandworms Lady Jessica and Paul Atreides accompany the Duke on his journey to take control of the spice mining, but they are also in a danger they have never known

The latest adaptation of Dune, with a cast of Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, Zendaya and a who-is-who of Hollywood talent, was originally scheduled to be out in November 2020, but like essentially any other film that should be released In this year we will not release Denis Villeneuve’s version of the classic novel until next year, May 1 October 2021, see, to be precise, when Dune finally releases we will have the option to choose whether to go to the cinema or see it at home on HBO Max (for a month anyway) And since Dune will only cover roughly the first half of Frank Hubert’s story, there’s a good chance we’ll see a follow-up film at some point in the not too distant future

It seems like Rebecca Ferguson joined the cast of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation just yesterday, but it’s been more than six years since the aspiring actress was hired by The White Queen and Hercules with Tom Cruises Ethan Hunt and the rest of the IMF team to work together Since that fateful casting decision in 2014, Ferguson’s Ilsa Faust has gone from being an undercover MI6 syndicate employee to someone Hunt could actually trust, even if his guts and Faust’s actions told him that he shouldn’t do it

And after reappearing in Mission: Impossible – Fallout in 2018, Ferguson’s character will reappear in the upcoming Mission: Impossible 7 for an ongoing deal not much is known about how Faust (or anyone, really) in the plot of the seventh chapter of the adventures of the bravest spy agency in the world will flow into it, but judging by videos from the set, the film is going to be as insane as previous installments

Production on Mission: Impossible 7 was scheduled to begin in early 2020, but was put on hold for a few months when the pandemic forced Hollywood to shut down movie sets around the world until new safety measures and procedures could be put in place Filming for Rebecca Ferguson, Tom Cruise, and the rest of the cast (which also includes Vanessa Kirby and newcomers Hayley Atwell, Shea Whigham, and Pom Klementieff) didn’t resume until September 2020, which ultimately led to Paramount Pictures (the distributor of the film) the original release date of Jan. July 2021 for a more hopeful 19th November 2021 canceled

If little is known about the plot of Mission: Impossible 7, and how Rebecca Ferguson’s Ilsa Faust plays into things (aside from the fact that she will eventually shoot down a massive weapon), even less is known about how she plays The character will be incorporated into the events of the movie’s sequel, Mission: Impossible 8, which is slated to go into production immediately after being finalized on the Ethan Hunt stunt show in 2021

This should probably go without saying, but the events of the eighth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise will be tied to the predecessor unless the writer and director Christopher McQuarrie goes in a crazy direction and does the spinoff film Ilsa Faust, who was teased a few years ago.One thing that is certain about the film is that it will have something to do with a specific character from the original 1996 Mission: Impossible film, like Vanessa Kirby’s Alanna Mitsopolis, akein The White Widow is the daughter of “Max” (Vanessa Redgrave)

And while we don’t know when Mission: Impossible 8 will go into production, the movie has a release date, but not as early as everyone originally hoped before the delays that postponed production of the seventh movie, Mission should : Impossible 8 on 5 August 2022, but now Ethan Hunt won’t be released until Aug. November 2022 Risking life and limb for the world

The final film on this list of upcoming Rebecca Ferguson vehicles is more of a mystery than anything, simply because production closed back in 2008, which for those who aren’t the best at math, was Cold Night 12 years ago was written and directed by André Costa and revolves around a private detective named Hamse Leth (Thomas Bang) who spends a cold winter night trying to find meaning in his life. On the way, he meets characters like Jenny Sorensen (Rebecca Ferguson) who are the Leaving man and questioning his place in society and his own reality

André Costa posted a trailer for Cold Night on his Vimeo page in early 2020, with the final moments listing the cast and a note that it will finally be released later this year in the months since the trailer was released no updates regarding the release of the film

These are all of the upcoming film projects with Rebecca Ferguson that we can expect in the next few years.If you want to know what’s coming up (in theaters in a very busy 2021 year) check out CinemaBlend’s 2021 Movie Release Guide

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