Rebecca Ferguson will be seen sharing screen space with Hollywood star Hugh Jackman again in the movie “Reminiscence” after “The Greatest Showman.” The actress talked about how she can be herself with him.
Speaking of working with Jackman again, Ferguson joked: “Yeah, probably the last one too. There are so many things that I can bear. Actually, it’s too much. “
“The actor that he (Hugh Jackman) is, I say, ‘Seriously, come on, stop singing your lines.’ But for me, to be on the receiving end of the movie where we had to dive into things that were hard and difficult, dark and sexy, and just feel so wonderful to do with someone that you’re safe with, ”said Rebecca Ferguson. .
Rebecca Ferguson said “she can do anything and I’m protected.”
“I can try things. I can be ridiculous. I can humble myself and still be so embraced and by him, just by having space for myself. And I hope he feels the same about me, ”added the 37-year-old.
Rebecca Ferguson added: “It’s just knowing that whoever is on the receiving end will help you improve what you’re trying to do. And I think for me to be able to say that about someone, because I haven’t been able to say that about everyone … I guess you shouldn’t be able to say that about everyone, because we all have different relationships with everyone else. people we work with.
“But being able to know that whoever is the recipient of what you do will not judge it, but will capture it, give it back and be very generous. It’s a tennis game in a way, right? “
The film is about a private investigator of the mind, who navigates the dark and seductive world of the past helping his clients to access lost memories.
Rebecca Ferguson also recalled her initial conversations with filmmaker Lisa Joy. The actress described it as “absolutely golden.”
She added: “I remember having poor cell phone reception in the house where I lived. And I had to stand in a little place in the garden and it was very cold. And I remember thinking, God, I’ve been out here for 45 minutes. How? Where did the time go? I think for me, the way he described the cinematic view of the movie he wanted to make, how important the characters were, the changes, the subtleties.
“I love environmental aspects that I don’t feel smart or articulate enough to even describe when it comes to where the world will be in 10 or 15 years.”
“Doctor Sleep” star Rebecca Ferguson said she loved the idea of them being nocturnal.
“Just the fact that we believe Miami will be underwater. I love the idea of us being nocturnal and the world taking over. And the idea of underworld figures working at night would work by day. Just the world we talk about, and then we live with her. “
Warner Bros Pictures is set to release “Reminiscence” in select cities on August 27.
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