Viggo Mortensen: Why Don't Spanish-Language Films Get Any Respect? 8 weeks ago
Viggo Mortensen has spent the past half-hour talking about his new movie, “Everybody Has a Plan,” when the thoughtful, mild-...
By Lucas Shaw
Walter Salles' adaptation of Jack Kerouac's iconic coming-of-age tale hits theaters Dec. 21
Several recent Toronto films feature marvelous performances in films that range from wonderful to forgettable
David Cronenberg’s examination of the origins of modern psychoanalysis will have you looking forward to the end of the session
Clooney segues from "The Ides of March" to "The Descendants," and chaos follows
First three days of the fest feature a handful of respected movies, plus Madonna's fancy flop
Actor would play opposite Kristen Stewart in the Universal "Snow White" project
The actor had been in talks for the role of the huntsman after negotiations didn't work out with Viggo Mortensen
Universal and Relativity are chasing the same live-action, fairy tale adaptation in the same year. Who will come out on top? The PowerGrid crunches the key data
Actor's schedule freed up because there was a delay in shooting the 'Wolverine' sequel
Studio must now find replacement actor for its project -- one of two "Snow White" films in the works -- slated to begin production in the fall
Universal is also looking at other actresses for the role of Snow White, and is negotiating with Viggo Mortensen to star as the Huntsman and Charlize Theron to play the evil queen
The 'A History of Violence' star is talking to the studio about playing the role of Snow White's protector
Oscar-nominated pair join Walter Salles' adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic Beat Generation novel
Foxx, Lawrence are "Skank Robbers"; Bello, Isaacs abduct Lautner; Baker, Bettany face financial crisis; Gough, Millar enroll in "Monster High"
Terminally ill actor asked for -- and got -- placement in front of the Egyptian
The star of "The Road" talks about "sadness and dread," fatherhood, and finding the right voice for Cormac McCarthy's apocalyptic prose.
Exclusive one-on-ones with a handful of current stars and filmmakers.
"I’ve never been in a movie where the character was dealing with this much sadness and dread all the way through."
What’s the last rung of the humanity ladder before we are no longer recognizable?
Abuse, apocalypse and death in combat -- the new contenders are not cheerful.
A Toronto roundup of brilliant movies, fried actors, famous producers and sexy directors.
Viggo Mortensen film pushed from October to November.
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama