Rebecca Ferguson Set to Join Tim Miller’s Revenge Flick Best Served Cold

Award-winning Swedish actress Rebecca Ferguson has been keeping plenty busy with an array of current and upcoming projects, and another big feature is likely about to land on her docket. Per an exclusive report from Deadline, Ferguson is in final talks to join Tim Miller‘s new action-packed revenge film titled Best Served Cold.

Related:Dune: Part Two Is Better Than Part One, Rebecca Ferguson Declares

Best Served Cold, which is slated to be an action-packed revenge flick, is the latest project in the works by Tim Miller, who is best known for directing the absurd superhero comedy Deadpool (2016), along with Terminator: Dark Fate (2019), and the CGI remake feature Sonic the Hedgehog as well as its upcoming sequel. The film will be based on Joe Abercrombie’s best-selling book of the same name from his First Law World series, and be produced under Skydance. Along with adapting the screenplay, Abercrombie serves as producer on the project alongside Miller, Skydance’s David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Don Granger.


While plot details of the film are largely under wraps right now, per the original book, the premise centers on the story of the legendary mercenary Monza Murcatto, played by Ferguson. She faces a betrayal that ultimately ostracizes her, and she embarks on a journey for revenge that will forever change the course of an entire nation.

What Else Ferguson Has In Store

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Rebecca Ferguson has become a household name in a number of big budget films since first appearing as disavowed MI6 agent Isla Faust in Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible: A Rogue Nation (2015). She has since reprised that role in the franchise’s following films including Fallout (2018), this summer’s Dead Reckoning: Part One, and next year’s finale Dead Reckoning: Part Two (2024). Alongside that, she has also recently starred in Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic Dune: Part One (2021) as the Lady Jessica, the mother of main protagonist Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet) and a sister of the Bene Gesserit who plays a key role in Paul’s upcoming rise to power among the Fremen of Arrakis.

She’s set to reprise her role in the sequel, Dune: Part Two, due in theaters in November. She’s since remarked that the film will be even more incredible than the first. On top of all that, she currently executive producers and stars in the dystopian sci-fi series Silo, adapted from Hugh Howey’s Wool novels, which premiered on Apple TV+ earlier this month.

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