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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson weighs in and calls Rebecca Ferguson his ‘guardian angel sent from heaven’ after she revealed co-star shouted at her and made her cry

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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson weighed in and called Rebecca Ferguson his 'guardian angel sent from heaven'

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson called Rebecca Ferguson his ‘heaven-sent guardian angel’ on Wednesday.

It comes after the Swedish actress, 40, revealed that a former film partner yelled at her and made her cry.

Dwayne, 51, weighed in on the dispute and showed his support for Rebecca by praising her for “standing up to the bullshit.”

He wrote on social media platform X: ‘I hate seeing this but I love watching her deal with nonsense. Rebecca was my guardian angel sent from heaven on our set. I love that woman. I would like to know who did this.

Dune star Rebecca revealed a former film co-star ‘yelled’ at her and left her leaving the set in tears.

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson weighed in and called Rebecca Ferguson his 'guardian angel sent from heaven'

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson weighed in and called Rebecca Ferguson his ‘guardian angel sent from heaven’

It comes after the Swedish actress, 40, revealed that a former film partner yelled at her and made her cry.

It comes after the Swedish actress, 40, revealed that a former film partner yelled at her and made her cry.

It comes after the Swedish actress, 40, revealed that a former film partner yelled at her and made her cry.

Dwayne, 51, weighed in on the dispute and showed his support for Rebecca by praising her for “standing up to the bullshit.”

The Swedish actress, 40, opened up about life on set as a younger star when she appeared on Tuesday’s episode of the Reign with Josh Smith podcast.

During the podcast, Rebecca revealed that there is an ‘absolutely idiotic co-star’ she will never work with again after how she was treated on the set of a previous film, but confirmed it wasn’t Hugh Jackman or Tom Cruise, who starred alongside her. in The Greatest Showman and Mission Impossible.

“I remember there was a moment where this human being was very insecure and angry because he couldn’t get the scenes out,” he said. ‘And I think he was so vulnerable and uncomfortable that they yelled at me.

‘But because this person was number one on a call sheet, there was no safety net for me. So no one had my back. And I would cry when I left the set.”

Rebecca recalled the co-star saying things to her on set like ‘Are you called an actor?’, ‘Is this what I have to work with?’ and ‘What the fuck is this?’ in front of the entire crew.

“I stood there devastated,” she said.

Rebecca was hoping to have the producers’ support in that situation, but she said no.

However, after being subjected to her co-star’s temper, Rebecca claimed she walked in the next day and spoke for the first time. “Get off my set,” she told her co-star.

“I remember being very scared,” she said. “I looked at this person and said, ‘You can go. I’m going to work to get a tennis ball. “I never want to see you again.”

Rebecca opened up about life on set as a younger star when she appeared on Tuesday's podcast episode.

Rebecca opened up about life on set as a younger star when she appeared on Tuesday's podcast episode.

Rebecca opened up about life on set as a younger star when she appeared on Tuesday’s podcast episode.

Rebecca confirmed that the co-star in question was not Hugh Jackman, with whom she starred in The Greatest Showman (pictured).

Rebecca confirmed that the co-star in question was not Hugh Jackman, with whom she starred in The Greatest Showman (pictured).

Rebecca confirmed that the co-star in question was not Hugh Jackman, with whom she starred in The Greatest Showman (pictured).

She also assured fans that the performer 'screaming' was not her Mission: Impossible co-star Tom Cruise (pictured together in Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning).

She also assured fans that the performer 'screaming' was not her Mission: Impossible co-star Tom Cruise (pictured together in Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning).

She also assured fans that the performer ‘screaming’ was not her Mission: Impossible co-star Tom Cruise (pictured together in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning).

Rebecca claimed producers told her she couldn’t do that to the actor in question, whom she refers to as “number one,” because he had to be on set.

But the actress stood her ground and said that her co-star could instead turn around and she would act on the back of her head. “And I did,” she helps. “And I remember thinking that I was really scared that time.”

Rebecca said she then went to the director after the scene to ask why the behavior was allowed to continue.

He added: “The director said, ‘You’re right. I’m not taking care of others. I’m trying to fool this person. Because he is very unstable.”

‘It was great from then on, but it took me a long time to get there. It’s in my last 10 or 12 years and I’ve been acting since I was 16.’

During the episode, Rebecca also talked about the valuable lessons she learned from working with Timothée Chalamet on Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two.

“I’m just having fun and doing a lot of different things, you know,” he said.

‘He’s carrying things. I remember the times when he would laugh at me and have fun and I could feel that it wasn’t really helping him. So I think I learned a lot from watching the process of one of our amazing independent actors on the set of a studio movie.”

And he added: “The respect that must be had for everyone… I have learned more from him without him knowing it.”

It comes after reviews of Dune: Part Two showed it may be an even bigger hit than the first installment.

Director Denis Villeneuve tackled author Frank Herbert’s massive 1965 sci-fi masterpiece with a two-part film, splitting the 896-page book in half.

During the podcast episode, Rebecca also talked about the valuable lessons she learned from working with Timothée Chalamet on Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two.

During the podcast episode, Rebecca also talked about the valuable lessons she learned from working with Timothée Chalamet on Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two.

During the podcast episode, Rebecca also talked about the valuable lessons she learned from working with Timothée Chalamet on Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two.

The first film, 2021’s Dune, was also praised by critics, with an impressive 83% score on Rotten Tomatoes out of 509 reviews, and also a 90% audience rating.

The first wave of reviews has arrived for Dune Part 2 ahead of its March 1 release, earning an incredible 97% from 112 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, as stars like Timothee and Zendaya continue a global press tour.

While its RT score is likely to fluctuate as more reviews come in, the film only has three negative reviews so far.

The film is set on the planet Arrakis, where young Paul Atreides (Chalamet) joins Chani (Zendaya) and her Fremen people to take back what is rightfully theirs.

The novel is widely considered one of the best science fiction novels of all time, but previous attempts to adapt it have failed, including an unproduced version by Alejandro Jodorowsky that was chronicled in the 2013 documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, a 1984 adaptation. by David Lynch and a miniseries from the year 2000.

Villeneuve’s decision to split the massive book in half appears to have paid off, with a resounding response from critics, many of whom weren’t big fans of the first half of 2021.

What films has Rebecca Ferguson starred in with male protagonists?

Hercules (2014)

Rebecca starred in the 2014 fantasy action film Hercules, as Ergenia, the princess of Thrace, while Dwayne Johnson played the lead role.

Life (2017)

She also took on the role of Dr. Miranda North in the 2017 sci-fi horror, Life, alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the title role.

The Greatest Showman (2017)

Rebecca played famous Swedish singer Jenny Lind in the musical with Hugh Jackman in the lead role of PT Barnum.

The Snowman (2017)

Rebecca starred as Katrine Bratt opposite Michael Fassbender as Detective Harry Hole in the 2017 psychological thriller The Snowman.

Doctor Sleep (2019)

In 2019, he was in the film adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, as Rose the Hat, while Ewan McGregor leads the film as Dan Torrance.

Men in Black: International (2019)

Rebecca transformed into Riza Stavros, an alien arms dealer, in Men in Black: International in 2019, with Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson in the lead roles.

Reminiscence (2021)

She reunited with Hugh Jackman in the sci-fi film Reminiscence in 2021, playing his love interest, Mae.

Mission: Impossible Movies (2015-2023)

Rebecca played undercover agent Ilsa Faust in three Mission: Impossible films, Rogue Nation (2015), Fallout (2018) and Dead Reckoning Part One (2023) alongside Tom Cruise.

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