Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star to ‘F***K Off’ During Dune Part 2 Shooting!

Rebecca Ferguson, who starred in Dune Part 2, disclosed that she had to tell a well-known co-star to “f**k off” on set because of their outlandish behavior.

In addition to her parts in the Mission Impossible trilogy, The Greatest Showman, and Doctor Sleep, Ferguson is most recognized for her portrayal as Lady Jessica, the mother of Timothée Chalamet’s Paul Atreides in Dune: Part Two.

She has now opened up for the first time about a previous co-star who she described as a “absolute idiot” who “screamed” at her and brought her to tears during an interview on the Reign with Josh Smith podcast.

Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star
Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star

She did not identify the star, but she did state that it was neither Tom Cruise nor Hugh Jackman.

Must Read

She recalled an instance in which a person was incredibly insecure and irate because they were unable to let go of the scenes.

Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star

And I believe that I was yelled at because I was feeling so exposed and uneasy. However, since this individual ranked first on a call sheet, I had no safety net. Nobody, then, had my back. And when I left the set, I would cry.

“You call yourself an actor?” and “This is what I have to work with?” were among the words the actress said the actor yelled. She remembered, “I stood there just breaking.”

The next day, Ferguson claimed to have made the decision to confront her co-star, urging them to “get off my set.”

Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star

“I told this individual to fuck off after giving them a quick glance. My goal is to reach a tennis ball. I hope to never see you again. The producers then, I seem to recall, approached and said, “You can’t do this to number one.” This individual needs to be allowed on the set.

Ferguson ultimately resolved the dilemma by acting to the back of the actor’s mind.

Denis Villeneuve is the director of Dune: Part Two, which also features Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, and Stellan Skarsgård.

Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star

The adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 896-page 1965 novel comes to a close in Part Two, which follows Paul Atreides (Chalamet) as he teams up with Chani (Zendaya) and the Fremen to battle the forces that murdered his family, discover the ways of the desert, and fulfill his destiny as the so-called chosen one.

The movie opens on Friday, March 1st, and early reviews are praising its grand sweep.

As with the previous film, Part Two proves to be a heart-poundingly immersive experience, thanks to production designer Patrice Vermette’s crazily inventive sets, cinematographer Greig Fraser’s breathtaking sights, and some great sound design work, according to NME’s four-star review.

Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star

This is especially clear during the film’s thrilling set piece in the middle, where Paul must demonstrate his mettle by riding a gigantic sandworm. This punch-the-air scene, which was hinted at in the first chapter, pays off magnificently.

Villeneuve, who helmed Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, and Sicario before directing the original Dune, has stated that fans can anticipate a much different tone from the first movie.

“The first film leaned more on meditation and introspection. According to Villeneuve, “We were following a young man who was discovering a new planet, a new culture.” “Compared to the first portion, the second movie is more of an action movie. It has greater muscle.

Style Your Hairs & Beard With Dadhi Style

1 thought on “Rebecca Ferguson Breaks Silence on Telling Co-Star to ‘F***K Off’ During Dune Part 2 Shooting!”

Leave a Comment

Discover more from

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading