He’s cut from the same chiselled, masculine material as Robert Mitchum, with whom he shares a dimpled chin and a taste for complex heroes.He has stature and an often intimidating authority on screen, so it’s a surprise to discover, when we meet in Berlin, that he’s an unthreatening 5’10” in person – and wholly hospitable.
Photo Credit: BACKGRID-USA It’s always a big production when Angelina Jolie and her six kids and entourage go out in public. She’s getting a lot done on her brief trip to Paris – she’s filming a perfume ad for she had a meeting with President Macron’s wife discussing Syrian refugees, and above, she’s taking the kids to Le Louvre Museum.
The fact that she’s wearing HIGH HEELS to walk through a museum makes us wonder if this is just a photo op.
This could turn into a huge and riveting can of worms because some of the biggest models in the world worked for Guess, and may have plenty to say…
Photo Credit: BACKGRID-USA thinking when they published this Kathy Griffin cover?
He means it casually, but the phrase has a stray menace.
It’s the sort of line one of his film characters might mutter as they sat, quietly dominating a scene, absorbing new information, working out what to do with it.
We happen to support Kathy and her story inside is fascinating.
But this cover photo is so dramatically over- airbrushed that we barely recognize her! ) It’s BEYOND flattering but – HELLO – this is a news magazine, NOT a fashion magazine!
Mortensen’s latest, sensationally good, performance is as Chester Mac Farland, a con man losing his grip in Hossein Amini’s top-notch period thriller The Two Faces of January. Because The Talented Mr Ripley is really trying very hard for you to see that it’s this period, and it’s these clothes, and it’s these houses, whereas Hossein wasn’t at all precious about any of that.