Rebecca joined presenter Caroline Barker and Now Magazine's Editor in Chief Mark Frith as they ran down the weeks top stories. Rebecca's segment was focusing on the huge audience buzz around the new DC Comics movie Batman v Superman and why we should be excited for its release in March 2016.
Continuing her work as part of the Breakfast Show team with the BBC Asian Network, Rebecca discussed Marvel's rise with AntMan and how there is a big film low with The Gallows. She also deconstructed the new trailer releases from Comic Con, Suicide Squad and DC's Batman vs Superman
Rebecca also started featuring on the BBC Asian Networks popular Snapchat channel, giving bite-sized reviews on the latest films.
Rebecca made her BBC Asian Network on the breakfast show this week, as part of a regular spot to bring audiences an insight into what's hot at the movies each week. Rebecca joined the team including Breakfast Show host Tommy Sandhu to talk through Magic Mike XXL, Arnie's return in Terminator Genisys and her film of the week Amy, telling the story about Amy Winehouse as you've never seen her before.
You can catch Rebecca on the BBC Asian Network every Thursday morning just after 9am.
Rebecca joined ITV Weekend and its host Aled Jones once again to talk through the weeks top TV and film picks which included Sun Trap on BBC 1, 24 Hours in A&E and this weeks big movie Man Up starring Lake Bell and Simon Pegg.