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Exclusive Portrait: Viggo Mortensen on Red Carpet For ‘Good’ at Chicago International Film Festival

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CHICAGO – Academy Award nominee Viggo Mortensen posed for a HollywoodChicago.com red-carpet portrait on Oct. 29, 2008 prior to receiving a career achievement award at the U.S. premiere of “Good” on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival.

Mortensen has appeared in “Appaloosa,” “Eastern Promises,” “A History of Violence,” “Hidalgo,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,” “28 Days,” “Psycho,” “A Perfect Murder,” “G.I. Jane,” “Vanishing Point” and “Crimson Tide”. Our exclusive portrait of Mortensen is below.

Academy Award nominee Viggo Mortensen on Oct. 29, 2008 prior to receiving a career achievement award at the U.S. premiere of his new film Good on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival
Academy Award nominee Viggo Mortensen on Oct. 29, 2008 prior to receiving a career achievement award
at the U.S. premiere of his new film “Good” on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival.
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

7:01 p.m. update on Oct. 30, 2008: Joe Arce – the professional celebrity photographer for HollywoodChicago.com – has also captured a “Good” group shot with Jason Isaacs, director Vicente Amorim, Viggo Mortensen and Chicago International Film Festival founder Michael Kutza. It follows. Our exclusive portrait of Jason Isaacs on the red carpet for “Good” can be found here.

From left to right: Good actor Jason Isaacs, Good director Vicente Amorim, Good actor Viggo Mortensen and Chicago International Film Festival founder Michael Kutza at the U.S. premiere of Good on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival on Oct. 29, 2008
From left to right: “Good” actor Jason Isaacs, “Good” director Vicente Amorim, “Good” actor
Viggo Mortensen and Chicago International Film Festival founder Michael Kutza at the premiere
of “Good” on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival on Oct. 29, 2008.
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief Adam Fendelman

By ADAM FENDELMAN
Editor-in-Chief
HollywoodChicago.com
adam@hollywoodchicago.com

Kelly's picture

Viggo

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Is that...

Kelly wrote:
DAMN!!!!!

Is that a “damn!” about Viggo in a good way? Foot in mouth

Kelly's picture

Good grief, yes!!!

Good grief, yes!!!

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