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Half of the things I've heard about Viggo Mortensen from the set of LOTR gives him 300 Respect-o-points!

Part two, for all you Tolkien fans!

Behind-the-scene facts you may or may not have known about The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. And THAT was the most expensive coffee spree in the history of the world!

"Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn in Lord of the Rings trilogy" omg and his love for animals just makes me... love him even more...

18 Snapchats From "Lord Of The Rings"

Lord of the Rings: Brego and Aragorn (Uraeus & Viggo - Viggo and Uraeus created such a bond that Viggo bought the horse. Uraeus lives on Viggo's ranch in Idaho along with TJ, the horse he rode in 'Hidalgo' )

The Lord of the Rings behind the scenes - Peter Jackson on Viggo Mortensen's sword

The Lord of the Rings behind the scenes - Peter Jackson on Viggo Mortensen's sword.

Viggo Mortensen - classic good looks and style - oh.....and a brilliant actor !

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Viggo Mortensen played as Aragorn. So amazing! He is very attractive and a good fighter in Lord of the Rings. Another of my fav Lord of the Rings actor.

"I told the boy when you dream about bad things happening, it means you're still fighting and you're still alive. It's when you start to dream about good things that you should start to worry."

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:D :D Love Viggo Mortenson knew about him purchasing his horse but its just so awesome he did that for the other horse-lover... makes me love him even more

Daily Afternoon Randomness in HQ (36 Photos)

Viggo Mortensen bonded so much with Uraeus (Brego in the film), the horse he rode in the Lord of the Rings series that after they finished filming, he purchased the horse from its owner. He also bought his stunt double's horse for stunt double!

Very cool. Some I knew, others I didn't.

LotR facts

Neat facts about LotR. However Frodo was 50 not 33 when he left the shire but I'm glad Tolkien really felt Sam was the hero of the story.

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