The Daily Heat Index: Rebecca Ferguson is Heating Up Hollywood

We find out J-Law makes A LOT of money, ‘Star Wars’ jets take flight, and Rebecca Ferguson boards a very important train.

Here’s your daily dose of what’s heating up the internet:

The Best Train Ride of Your Life

Rebecca Ferguson, who just kicked a lot of ass alongside Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, is jumping right into another huge role. The Swedish actress will star alongside the always amazing Emily Blunt in the film adaptation of best-selling novel, The Girl on the Train. Ferguson will play one of three very unreliable narrators in the over-the-top, thrilling mystery, which leaves room for one more female to be cast. We’re looking at you, Kate Mara.

Hell Hits the Big Screen

Warner Brothers is making the Dante’s Inferno movie that you didn’t know you needed. Sounds like a…hell of a good time. (We’re sorry.)

She’s Not Just Stacked, She’s Loaded Too

Today, on CBS This Morning, we were given just another reason to fall in love with the gorgeous Jennifer Lawrence. Not only does she spend her spare time jet-skiing with hilarious friends Amy Schumer, but according to Forbes, the starlet is officially the highest paid actress in Hollywood. Lawrence brings in a whopping $52,000,000 per year, more than Gwyneth Paltrow, Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Sandra Bullock, Emma Stone, and Mila Kunis….COMBINED. Bow down to Queen J-Law, folks.

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images 

May the Force Be With You

In case you didn’t have enough ways to live your best “Star Wars”-themed life, ANA Airlines has fashioned up a few Boeing planes to add to your air experience.  Sure, it’s no Millennium Falcon but with R2-D2 and BB-8 (a droid set to make his debut in Star Wars: The Force Awakens) it’s as close as you’re going to get. The birds will take flight officially beginning in November doing domestic routes and another will fly internationally between Japan and North America beginning in March.

Photos by David James/Paramount Pictures/Everett Collection