Emily Blunt and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are showing support for their former co-star, Rebecca Ferguson, after she reveled she was disrespected on a movie set.

Ferguson shared on Josh Smith’s “Reign” podcast Monday that she had a run-in with “an absolute idiot of a co-star” who screamed at her on set. 

Following Ferguson’s confession, Johnson took to X, formerly Twitter, to show support for his “guardian angel sent from heaven.”

“Hate seeing this but love seeing her stand up to bulls–t,” Johnson wrote. “Rebecca was my guardian angel sent from heaven on our set. I love that woman. I’d like to find out who did this.”

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The two worked together on the 2014 film “Hercules.”

Since Ferguson’s confession, many fans have come up with their own ideas of who was disrespectful to the Swedish actress. 

Ferguson has worked alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant in “Florence Foster Jenkins,” Emily Blunt in “The Girl on the Train” and Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet and Florence Pugh in “Dune.”

Blunt’s spokesperson issued a statement to the Daily Mail, saying there is no bad blood between the actresses. 

“Rebecca and Emily are friends, and there’s nothing but love between them,” a spokesperson for Blunt told the outlet.

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Ferguson’s confession on the “Reign” podcast painted a picture of the incident. 

“I did a film with an absolute idiot of a co-star,” she revealed. “This human being was being so insecure and angry because [they] couldn’t get the scenes out. And I think I was so vulnerable and uncomfortable that I got screamed at, and I would cry walking off set.”

Careful not to give anything away about the co-star, Ferguson detailed the discomfort she felt. 

“This person would literally look at me in front of the whole crew and say, ‘You call yourself an actor? This is what I have to work with? … What is this?’ And I stood there just breaking.

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“And I remember the next day I walked on, and I said, ‘You get off my set.’ That’s the first time I [had] ever spoken — I remember being so scared. And I looked at this person and I said, ‘You can F off. I’m gonna work toward a tennis ball. I never want to see you again.’”

Ferguson clarified that it was neither A-lister Tom Cruise nor Hugh Jackman, with whom she’s worked on several projects. 

Continuing with her story, Ferguson said she didn’t feel support from executives. 

“And then I remember the producers came up and said, ‘You can’t do this to No. 1. We have to let this person be on set,’” she explained. “And I said, ‘But the person can turn around, and I can act to the back [of their] head.’ And I did.

“It took so long for me to get to that. It’s within my last 10 years or 12 years. And I’ve acted since I was 16. But, from that moment, I have never let myself get to a point when I’ve got home and gone, ‘What did, why did that happen?’”

Fox News Digital’s Caroline Thayer contributed to this report.