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 THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL!

About the Film THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune — all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent.

Viggo Mortensen ~ 2008 ~
A modern renaissance man, Viggo speaks several languages, paints, performs jazz music, enjoys photography, and is an excellent horseman (he even purchased the horses he rode in the ‘Rings’ films and “Hildago”).  A character actor, he gets very deeply into his roles.  He will soon be seen in the post  apocalyptic film, “The Road.”
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Viggo Mortensen ~ 2008 ~
A modern renaissance man, Viggo speaks several languages, paints, performs jazz music, enjoys photography, and is an excellent horseman (he even purchased the horses he rode in the ‘Rings’ films and “Hildago”).  A character actor, he gets very deeply into his roles.  He will soon be seen in the post  apocalyptic film, “The Road.”
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Viggo Mortensen ~ 2008 ~

A modern renaissance man, Viggo speaks several languages, paints, performs jazz music, enjoys photography, and is an excellent horseman (he even purchased the horses he rode in the ‘Rings’ films and “Hildago”).  A character actor, he gets very deeply into his roles.  He will soon be seen in the post  apocalyptic film, “The Road.”

66ème Festival du Cinéma de Venise (Mostra), 2...

LORD OF THE RINGS EPIC HOBBIT REUNION   
Photograph by SARAH DUNN for EMPIRE MAGAZINE   It’s hard to imagine the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed (in its entirety) over a decade ago! The $285 million epic took eight years to complete, culminating with the release of The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001.
HH:  That’s pretty cool.

LORD OF THE RINGS EPIC HOBBIT REUNION  

Photograph by SARAH DUNN for EMPIRE MAGAZINE   It’s hard to imagine the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed (in its entirety) over a decade ago! The $285 million epic took eight years to complete, culminating with the release of The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001.

HH:  That’s pretty cool.

 
Glenn Close
In an unbilled 1991 cameo, Glenn Close first got in touch with her inner man when she played a pirate who is mercilessly punished in Hook. And in a film premiering next month at the Toronto Film Festival, Close gender-bends as the title role in Albert Nobbs. Based on the 1982 play (in which Close starred), Nobbs is the story of an Englishwoman who disguised herself as a butler in Victorian Dublin because there were so few work opportunities. Close, who co-wrote the screenplay with novelist John Banville, is already being mentioned as an Oscar contender for the role.

 

Glenn Close

In an unbilled 1991 cameo, Glenn Close first got in touch with her inner man when she played a pirate who is mercilessly punished in Hook. And in a film premiering next month at the Toronto Film Festival, Close gender-bends as the title role in Albert Nobbs. Based on the 1982 play (in which Close starred), Nobbs is the story of an Englishwoman who disguised herself as a butler in Victorian Dublin because there were so few work opportunities. Close, who co-wrote the screenplay with novelist John Banville, is already being mentioned as an Oscar contender for the role.