New photos of Viggo Mortensen added!

Posted by Staff in Feb 23,2015 with No Comments

I added some new photos of Viggo Mortensen during the press conference of presentation of his book “Children of the forest” at the Museu Blau in Barcelona on 19 February 2015.

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“Children of the forest” Press Conference

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‘Jauja’ Trailer: Viggo Mortensen in a South American Western

Posted by Staff in Feb 18,2015 with No Comments

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 captain working with the Argentine army, and the film appears to put his facility with languages to great use. Lisandro Alonso directs, and this looks like a very beautiful and unusual film for an audience that wants to see something different. Check out the Jauja trailer below.

Even if this isn’t set in the American west, there are some other western film concepts here: the remote location, with lines drawn between friendly and enemy territory. Then there’s the fact that Mortensen’s character’s daughter disappears into the wilderness, leading him on a search to find her. Combine those elements with the apparent tone of the film and the gorgeous score — also by Mortensen! — this seems like a movie for those who really like Jarmusch’s Dead Man. [Source]

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Happy New Year 2015!

Posted by Staff in Dec 31,2014 with No Comments

In a few short hours, many of us will finally be celebrating 2015. I am sure that 2015 will be a great year. As always, I plan to bring you the best exclusives possible. This website will always feature the latest and most up-to-date gallery and I continue to work to bring you the best possible website.

But most of all, I hope that you guys had an awesome 2014 and an even better 2015. Thanks for all the support.

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Viggo Mortensen at the “Jauja” Madrid Premiere

Posted by Staff in Dec 16,2014 with No Comments

I added a few photos of Viggo Mortensen attending the “Jauja” Madrid Premiere  held at the Matadero Cineteca in Madrid, Spain on December 11st, 2014. You can go to the gallery to take a look and enjoy!

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“Jauja” Madrid Premiere

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14th Marrakech International Film Festival – Tribute To Viggo Mortensen (Photos)

Posted by Staff in Dec 09,2014 with No Comments

Viggo Mortensen arrives on the red carpet for the evening tribute to Viggo Mortensen during the 14th Marrakech International Film Festival on December 7, 2014 in Marrakech, Morocco. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos and enjoy!

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Viggo Mortensen Talks About ‘Jauja’ and ‘Far from Men’

Posted by Staff in Dec 09,2014 with No Comments

Viggo Mortensen rose to international fame as Aragorn in Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy. He has also garnered major critical acclaim for his multiple and complex roles, including performances in three films by Canadian director David Cronenberg, with whom he admits he has forged a special friendship.

In recent pics he has depicted quiet, retiring characters who try to get “far from men,” i.e., who attempt to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life, but through the twists of the plot suddenly see their inner calm shattered, reminiscent of the role he played in Cronenberg’s 2005 film “A History of Violence.”

The 56-year old Mortensen has recently received tribs at the San Sebastian Festival, Mar del Plata and now at the Marrakech film festival,where he was honored with a special career tribute on Sunday.

At 6 p.m. Sunday, Mortensen traveled to Marrakech’s World Heritage square, Place Jemaa el Fna, in the company of snake charmers, fortune tellers and jugglers, to present his most recent work, David Oelhoffen’s “Far From Men,” a French-language drama set amid the Algerian war of independence that was shot in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. The pic won the SIGNIS award at this year’s Venice Film Festival.

After the presentation in Place Jemaa el Fna, before 7,000 spectators, he was whisked off to the red carpet of Marrakech’s plush Palais des Congres, where he was honored with a personal tribute. Read the rest of this entry »

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