The Rock (and the rest of the internet) wants to know who screamed at Rebecca Ferguson

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There's nothing like a good mystery to bring people together. When Rebecca Ferguson, who plays the role of Jessica in Dune: Part Two, revealed that she had a terrible on-set experience with a Hollywood a-lister who she says "screamed" at her until she "walked off set", internet users all came together to try fo giure out who it could have been -- and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson joined in.

According to Rebecca Ferguson, this experience was with someone who was at the top of the call sheet, meaning that they were such a big star that there was really no one from the production who was willing to stand up to them and take Ferguson's side.

"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. And I think I was so vulnerable and uncomfortable that I got screamed at," she said and revealed that it took place sometime in the last 10 or 12 years of her acting career as well as confirming the fact that it was not Tom Cruise or Hugh Jackman.

While the internet has been absolutely exploding with theories about who might have been the big star that upset Rebecca Ferguson, celebrities haven't exactly been silent.

Emily Blunt, who appeared alongside Rebecca Ferguson in The Girl on the Train, assured fans that it wasn't her and said in a statement released to through a representatitive that, "Rebecca and Emily are friends and there’s nothing but love between them."

Meanwhile, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has joined the hunt for who was responsible for verbally abusing his Hercules co-star. On X (formerly Twitter), he replied to a video of Ferguson telling the story and said that he loved hearing about how she stood up to the abuse before adding, "Rebecca was my guardian angel sent from heaven on our set. I love that woman. I’d like to find out who did this."

In the story, which Rebecca Ferguson told on Reign with Josh Smith (full episode below), she said that telling the actor to get off of her set and that she refused to film scenes with them from then on was the first time that she really stood up for herself and used her voice to advocate for herself on a movie set.

"I’m gonna work towards a tennis ball. I never want to see you again," she said she told the unnamed actor and said she was "scared" to get the director to let her act with her aggressor turned around instead of looking into their face.