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The casting report emerges after the 'Django Unchained' director was overheard discussing a 'ruthless gang leader' role with the 'Dangerous Method' actor.
The King Aragorn depicter says the production went over budget and the heavy use of CGI made 'whatever was subtle, in the first movie, gradually got lost in the second and third.'
Mortensen admits that the producers once offered him to reprise his role as Aragorn in 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey', though there were no further talks.
Featuring personal footage of him with Juliana Ramos, the music video sees Chris Medina crying at some point during 'What Are Words' recording session.
The 'Lord of the Rings' actor is said on top of the list to play General Zod in Zack Snyder's film.
Bardem is said to be the top choice to portray Roland Deshain, up against the 'LOTR' star who has been linked to the role earlier.
Other actors mentioned as the possible lead actor in the movie adaptation of Stephen King's novels are Jon Hamm and Viggo Mortensen.
The female lead is captured alongside Michael Fassbender in one photo, while another picture exposes Viggo Mortensen.
Just after he finds his love, a playboy is hit with a sour truth that the woman he loves apparently has a serious illness.
Robert was said joining Kristen on her movie set 'because Kristen has a real risque part' with Viggo Mortensen and he 'wants to make sure that it's all pretend from the start and finish of the film.'
Sporting old-fashioned style, the depicters of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung are seen chatting and strolling down the park of the Belvedere in Austria during the filming.