How Viggo Survived Cannibals, Starvation And Life On The Road

How do you keep your humanity in the face of death, cannibals and destruction? This 11 minute feature from The Road goes deep with Viggo Mortensen, using clips, interviews and analysis. Plus listen to three tracks from Nick Cave's soundtrack. » 11/24/09 8:00am 11/24/09 8:00am

"The Road" Is Lined With Dismal Sayings, Skulls On Sticks In New Trailer

Thanksgiving will see you giving thanks that you're not living in the movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road, judging from the ultra-bleak new trailer. Takeaway message: the world is dying, and pleasant dreams mean you've given up on living. » 10/30/09 4:00pm 10/30/09 4:00pm

Another Roadblock For The Road: Post-Apocalyptic Film Delayed Until…

The movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road, starring Viggo Mortensen, has already been delayed by over a year — but now it's facing yet another delay, from Oct. 16 to Nov. 25. Because cannibals and a ruined Earth are just what you need to gather the whole family around, for Thanksgiving... » 9/14/09 7:30am 9/14/09 7:30am

First Official Review Of The Road Calls It The Most Important Movie Of…

The first official review of Cormac McCarthy's big screen adaptation of The Road has been released, full of praise for the soul-crushing work of John Hillcoat and Viggo Mortensen. » 5/12/09 2:30pm 5/12/09 2:30pm

Viggo Takes Young Wolverine On "The Road"

The movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's post-apocalyptic bestseller The Road is roaring ahead, with the casting of Kodi Smit-McPhee (pictured) as the son of Viggo Mortensen's character. Smit-McPhee also plays the young Logan in the Wolverine solo movie. The Road starts filiming next month in Pittsburgh (possibly the… » 1/30/08 3:00pm 1/30/08 3:00pm

Post-Apocalyptic Lit Becomes Movie With Pretty People

Cormac McCarthy is currently riding a wave of cinematic bliss after the success of the Coen Brothers adaptation of his dark No Country For Old Men. Hopefully that washed the bad taste out of everyone's mouth that was the movie version his All The Pretty Horses. Next up is a film version of McCarthy's dark post-nuclear… » 1/15/08 4:00pm 1/15/08 4:00pm

Viggo Mortenson As The Father Of Science Fiction?

Sylvester Stallone wants Viggo Mortensen to pick up the pen and cavort with ravens in a film he's directing about the life of Edgar Allan Poe. Long known for his dark horror, fantasy and detective tales, Poe also created the first futuristic dystopia in fiction. » 11/14/07 12:30pm 11/14/07 12:30pm