Rebecca Ferguson films sci-fi thriller in UK
Rebecca Ferguson, star of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, is on her way to the UK for a major new feature film to shoot in the UK this summer.
Simply entitled Life, the film stars Ferguson as a member of a space station crew who discover signs of intelligent life on Mars.
Child 44 director Daniel Espinosa will be calling the shots from a screenplay by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, the writing duo behind Marvel’s Deadpool.
The film comes from LA-based Skydance Productions with David Ellison and Dana Goldberg producing alongside Mockingbird Pictures’ Julie Lynn and Bonnie Curtis.
From 8 February, PI subscribers can login to find details of the UK studio being used for this major project, currently in early pre-production, along with the names of crucial UK hires.
Ferguson is currently juggling filming on The Snowman with Michael Fassbender in Norway while appearing in the big screen US adaptation of Then Girl on the Train in New York. She is also set to reprise her role of Ilsa in the next Mission: Impossible, currently lining up for a late summer shoot.
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