Posted by Staff in Sep 15,2014 with No Comments
After some hard months that I din’t update the sites (I am really sorry), I think I came back and now I can start again adding photos… The problem, I got over 5000 photos to check so, please, be patient because I need some time. Thanks for all your messages and for visiting the site. It really means a lot to me. A big hug
Posted by Staff in May 14,2014 with No Comments
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Viggo Mortensen attends the ‘The Two Faces Of January’ Paris Premiere at Le Grand Rex on April 3, 2014 in Paris, France. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.
Posted by Staff in Mar 10,2014 with No Comments
Viggo Mortensen attended the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards at Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on March 9, 2014 in Toronto, Canada. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos and enjoy!
— 2014 Canadian Screen Awards
Posted by Staff in Feb 23,2014 with No Comments
At some point, I’d love to be able to report on a story involving Viggo Mortensen joining a screwball comedy in which he plays the funniest man on Earth, but his career has just featured a string of characters that are either caught up in the aftermath of some devastating event, or they’re actually going through said devastating event. To be expected, the Oscar-nominated actor won’t be changing things up with Captain Fantastic, the Electric City Entertainment drama in which Mortensen is in talks to take the lead. If only this were a superhero film, or a big screen version of the interstitial character from Do Not Adjust Your Set. Oh well.
The film’s description, via Deadline, doesn’t go into much detail, but it paints a somewhat solemn picture of adaptation in the modern world. Mortensen will play a man whose idealism led him to live in complete isolation with his six children in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. After a decade of this amenity-free lifestyle, he and his family have to return to the modern world, which will of course be quite a jarring adjustment. It’s an interesting concept, and one that will no doubt include a scene where someone in the family is blown away by smartphone technology.
This will be the second film from director Matt Ross, who also penned the screenplay, and it’s quite a step away from his first film, the one night stand romantic drama 28 Hotel Room. [Source]