1. Viggo Mortensen & Kirsten Dunst in The Two Faces of January

    Watch now: Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen in ‘The Two Faces of January’

    This brief report from the LA Film Festival quotes director Hossein Amini about his "affection for novelist Patricia Highsmith and the film's male star Viggo Mortensen -- and their ability to bring the dark side of human nature to the fore. 'I love the cruelty in her writing,' he told the audience at the festival. 'Viggo really embraces the ugly side of characters... Not a lot of stars do.'"
  2. Viggo Mortensen, photo by Jerome de Perlinghi for Elle Sep 2009

    Beautiful Dreamer

    Holly Millea catches Viggo Mortensen in a silly mood, sharing vivid dreams, playing the piano, bearing gifts published by Perceval Press. They talk about his childhood, travel, and relationships. About The Road, he says, "Even if you haven't read the book, you have the gut feeling that it's probably not going to end well." Millea also shares quotes from several of Viggo's co-stars.
  3. Starburst Dec 2003 magazine cover

    Hail to the King

    This 12-page pictorial spread focuses on Viggo Mortensen in his role as Aragorn. In the interview, Viggo talks about his relationship with Uraeus, the horse who played Brego, working with the stunt team and training in swordplay, and his thoughts on the extended editions of the films.
  4. The Hero Returns

    Tom Roston spent two days driving from Montana to Idaho with Viggo Mortensen and his son Henry. The resulting article includes conversations on LOTR, fame, commitment, exhaustion, sex appeal, eating roadkill, and philosophy. "You know, there are freakish and unexpected events that make up our lives. You have to be open to suffering a little."