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Rebecca Ferguson refuses to work with A-list former co-star after they ‘screamed’ at her and left her in tears
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Rebecca Ferguson refuses to work with A-list former co-star after they ‘screamed’ at her and left her in tears

The actor opened up about the experience

Rebecca Ferguson let loose on a former co-star she called an ‘absolute idiot’ and was a real nightmare to work with.

Every now and again, you might have to work with a right annoying so-and-so.

But at best, at least in the office, you hope that everyone can keep things professional and if not, well that is what HR is for.

However, it seems that isn’t always the case when you work in Hollywood.

Swedish actor Ferguson detailed her awful experience with an A-lister that left her in tears.

Speaking on the Reign with Josh Smith podcast on Tuesday (February 27), the 40-year-old opened up about some of her earlier work as a young actor.

And despite the Dune star now having a great career, she insists she will never work with a certain individual again due to their behavior.

Rebecca Ferguson opened up about the experience.
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“I remember there was a moment and this human being was being so insecure and angry because this person couldn't get the scenes out,” Ferguson said of a former co-star.

“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 walking off set.”

Going into more detail, Ferguson claimed they would belittle her in front of the whole crew.

They would say things like 'You call yourself an actor?', 'This is what I have to work with?', and 'What the f**k is this?, according to Ferguson.

Without naming the individual, Ferguson said the person in question was not Hugh Jackman or Tom Cruise, who she acted alongside in The Greatest Showman and Mission Impossible franchise respectively.

Ferguson claimed the co-star would belittle her in front of the whole crew.
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However, she did indicate this was someone she had worked with in the 'last 10 or 12 years'.

Explaining the tense atmosphere due her co-star's attitude, Ferguson said she refused to work with them.

Recalling how she stood up for herself, Ferguson claimed the next day she demanded the actor get off the set and to basically ‘f*** off.’

Producers apparently insisted her co-star had to be on set and as a compromise the director allowed her to act to the back of the individual’s head.

She said she later received an apology from the director who admitted to falling short in dealing with the issue.

Ferguson added: “The director said, ‘You’re right. I am not taking care of everyone else. I’m trying to fluff this person because it’s so unstable’.”

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV