Viggo Mortensen stars in the mysterious and evocative 'Jauja.' [ more › ]
It's probably safe to say that Quentin Tarantino's upcoming return to the neo-spaghetti-western genre, The Hateful Eight has an obscenely impressive cast. Yet rumors from about six months back teased the possible addition of another key cast member with the powerfully insightful Viggo Mortensen. Show More Summary
Hollywood actor Vigo Mortensen – star of such films as Lord of the Rings, A History of Violence and The Road – is a massive football fans. Mortensen professes affinity for several teams, but his first love is the Pope’s team, Argentine club San Lorenzo. Despite his busy schedule what with filming his movies, Mortensen […]
Hollywood A-Lister Viggo Mortensen is perhaps best known for playing Aragorn in the Lord of the Rings movies. However, he is also well known for being a massive football fan with Argentine club San Lorenzo being his favourite team. He...Show More Summary
"Jauja," a period drama set in Argentina's Patagonia region starring Viggo Mortensen, is one the most original and peculiar adventure films in recent memory; it's firmly in the wheelhouse of Argentinian director Lisandro Alonso's previous...Show More Summary
Viggo Mortensen became a household name when he was in three of the biggest films of all time, playing the warrior-king Aragorn in 'The Lord Of The Rings' trilogy. This week, though, sees the release of a film of a considerably smaller scale that Mortensen stars in. [ more › ]
A droll, primitivist Western, minimal in everything except texture, Jauja unfolds in a seemingly prehistoric landscape of volcanic rock and tuft grass. This is Patagonia, sometime in the 1880s, framed in boxy Academy ratio, with the edges rounded off to resemble early photography. Show More Summary
Viggo Mortensen Movie HDCinema Guild is pleased to release the official trailer for JAUJA, directed by Lisandro Alonso, and starring Viggo Mortensen. JAUJA opens on 3/20 in New...
Jauja looks like a western, but it really takes place in Patagonia in the late 1800s — and the film’s aspect ratio and general sense of tone reinforce the idea of this being something from decades past. Viggo Mortensen stars as a military...Show More Summary
Jauja, the newest movie from Argentine filmmaker Lisandro Alonso, is a hypnotic existentialist Western about a Dane lost in 19th century Patagonia. The film was shot in boxy Academy ratio, with the image enclosed by a rounded black border that resembles an old-time picture frame. Show More Summary
Viggo Mortensen is not a huge fan of Cristiano Ronaldo's. The actor is a fan of Real Madrid, but he's a far, far bigger fan of Argentine side, San Lorenzo, who face Real Madrid in the FIFA Club World Cup final on Saturday. In the match's...Show More Summary
Viggo Mortensen—the NYC-born, Buenos Aires-raised Danish-American actor most famous for playing Aragorn in the Lord of the Rings movies—is a humongous fan of Argentine club San Lorenzo. His team has reached the final of the FIFA Club World Cup, where they face Real Madrid. As well as acting, Mortensen's good at banter. Read more...
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Ambiguity is the intrigue in "The Two Faces of January," the new thriller starring Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.
Actors including Viggo Mortensen, Peter Sarsgaard and Kelly Macdonald gathered in New York on Friday, the 10th anniversary of the publication of “Voices of a People’s History of the United States”—a work based on the late historian Howard...Show More Summary
Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen admit they both play characters who are "a little dorky" in their new thriller Two Faces of January. We caught up with the pair at a recent press day in New York City to chat about the film, an adaptation of a book written by The Talented Mr. Show More Summary
The advance reviews for David Cronenberg‘s debut novel Consumed are impressive. And befitting the pedigree of the author, they come from such folks as Stephen King, J.J. Abrams and Viggo Mortensen. Cronenberg will be in town tomorrow night for a free book signing and reading at St. Show More Summary
It's hard to get a read on Viggo Mortensen's con man in The Two Faces of January, and that's awfully fitting, considering who plays him. Since the Lord of the Rings trilogy made Mortensen bankable, he's mostly spent that capital on unexpected character roles in a series of modestly budgeted... More »
If you're ready for a fabulous vacation but can only afford a ticket to your local cineplex, check out The Two Faces of January this weekend. Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac star in the film as three Americans living in Greece in 1962. Show More Summary
In “The Two Faces of January,” Viggo Mortensen wields a cigarette with the authority of Bette Davis and all the other great smokers of studio-era Hollywood. Gazing from under heavy-lidded eyes and a hat brim pulled low, Mortensen looks like a relic from that era, and cinematographer Marcel Zyskind lights him as such. Show More Summary