Viggo Mortensen is the top pick for the villain in BOURNE 5. Read the full article on AICN Been a minute since Viggo Mortensen played a straight-up villain. Sure, he’s done the morally-complex anti-hero thing in stuff like THE ROAD,Show More Summary
Not much has been known about the upcoming installment to the hit action movie franchise "Bourne." Nonetheless, "Bourne 5," as what it is being referred to for a while by the press, will see the return of Matt Damon's amnesiac agent Jason Bourne.
Stiles has signed on to return as Nicky in the next installment, while Mortensen has reportedly just been offered a villain role "Bourne 5 Brings Back Julia Stiles, Wants Viggo Mortensen For Villain" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Viggo Mortensen has been offered the main villain role in Universal Pictures' 'Bourne 5', starring Matt Damon and Julia Stiles.
The plot of Bourne 5 is still under wraps, but if nothing else we can expect it to involve an old friend and a new enemy. Julia Stiles is set to reunite with Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass for the film, while Viggo Mortensen is...Show More Summary
Imagine Viggo Mortensen in "A History of Violence" meets Jason Bourne meets a ton of weed. What do you get? Jesse Eisenberg's Mike Howell in "American Ultra." In the action comedy from writer Max Landis ("Chronicle") and director Nima Nourizadeh ("Project X"), Mike is a "stoned cold killer" who doesn't even know it. Show More Summary
Viggo Mortensen has become the unlikeliest of movie stars. Ever since hitting the jackpot with the Lord of the Rings movies (after what seemed like half a lifetime of supporting roles in mainstream fare), he’s carved out the career other stars merely boast about wanting to have – avoiding big... More »
The prospect of Viggo Mortensen speaking fluent French (and some Arabic) in a foreign-language film based on a short story by Albert Camus reset as a classic western might not sound like a can't-miss proposition.
Nobody moseys like Viggo Mortensen. In The Road, Appaloosa, Jauja, and the new French Western Far From Men, the erstwhile Aragorn masters the tricky art of being a figure in the landscape. When it comes to traipsing either purposefully...Show More Summary
Photographed by Lonny Spence, Juaja actor Viggo Mortensen connects with Clash magazine to discuss the new movie. Talking about the type of projects he likes to tackle, Mortensen explains, “I like to work on stories where I’m forced to...Show More Summary
Beautiful and confusing, the Eastern Promises star takes the lead in mystical Western drama Jauja.
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, who've played together in the Bad Seeds and Grinderman, have added another film soundtrack to their long list of credits. They've scored French director David Oelhoffen's Far From Men (Loin des Hommes), a movie that stars Viggo Mortensen and is based off an Albert Camus short story. Show More Summary
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...