The blue-chip cast, which also includes Toby Kebbell, Rob Kazinsky and Ben Foster, got along like gangbusters. Having those horns, I loved it."The film changed her life in numerous ways, says Patton, who's gregarious and a hugger. That was fortuitous, given that Patton's role, as a fighter who is torn between her loyalties to humans and orcs, was brutal, in the most physical sense. She became single right when the script landed in her lap."Because I had gotten separated from my husband -- this movie changed so much of my life. Since then, my life has changed and my outlook has changed. When you have a six year old, they still want to cuddle with you. 28 episode of the popular historic drama’s fourth season.Fimmel is repped by Management 360, Paradigm and attorney AJ Brandenstein.Den of Geek: How far off is this from something like Vikings? And it’s set with this just tremendous background of the game’s visuals. People pick teams, I feel, or will pick teams in this film. What did Duncan bring to the film as a director that enhanced it for you? So we’re showing 10 and then there’s another 10 in October. What do you think has touched people so strongly about that show? And then with the great action, as well, and the beautiful scenery. And I’ve got a few films that I want to do, have been talking to people about. I think I’ll go home for a bit as soon as I finish the press on this. They share the trappings of tradition, and of mythology, and battle, and that sense of honor and duty… There’s some amazing sets and some amazing visual effects. And some we had the broomstick out with the tennis ball on the end. Some will be with the orcs, the horde, and some will be with the humans, the alliance. Did you look at the game before or after doing the movie? We had Rob Kazinsky, who was like in the top 10 in the world as a player at one stage. I think the research is the biggest thing, and being prepared. “Just as Travis brought a completely fresh and unexpected approach to his character Ragnar Lothbrok, this would be an unconventional portrayal of Earp like you’ve never seen.We intend to capture the violent spirit of the great Sergio Leone films through telling the true story of criminal turned lawman.” Fimmel was the breakout star of — History’s first original scripted series — as legendary Viking chieftain Ragnar Lothbrok who died in the Dec.
The project is based on an original idea by Fimmel, who has written the first episode and is attached to executive produce and star as Wyatt Earp.Travis Fimmel: The biggest aspect in , other than…When you think of it, you think it’s all rape and pillage or whatever. Did working in something other than a big green room help it come to life for you? But no, some of the creators, and set designers, and carpenters, it just blows your mind how much effort they put into it, the detail. A film like this, you have to know every single detail. [laughs] What’s the coolest thing you brought home? But why the show is on the air is because of the heart it has and family bonds and the loyalties between people. Apparently you guys got to work on some pretty impressive sets. When you are taking characters from a video game, they can be sort of archetypal or they can be even one-dimensional. I don’t know what I’m looking at half the time, and he has to be able to explain it. Tell me a little bit about the training you did for the part. I had to work out a bit just to wear the armor and to try to learn to move with the armor. I can’t say what it is because then they’ll know it’s missing. Travis Fimmel (born 15 July 1979) is an Australian actor and former model.He is best known for his high-profile Calvin Klein campaign, for co-starring opposite the late Patrick Swayze in the TV series The Beast, for the film Warcraft, and for his role as Ragnar Lothbrok in the History Channel series Vikings. He was raised on a 5,500-acre dairy farm in Lockington.A knight and leader of the Alliance, Lothar is sworn to protect the Stormwind Kingdom of the planet Azeroth from the incursion of orc hordes from another dimension in hits it big -- not necessarily a sure thing for a movie based on a video game, but a possibility for this one -- then Fimmel can add “huge geek-friendly franchise” to his list of accomplishments. I’d just go watch it for Paula Patton, to be honest. Yeah, if you want to be immersed in a world that you’ve never seen before, check it out.We caught up with the amicable Australian at the press day for , where he discussed bringing Lothar to life, working with director Duncan Jones and what he stole from the set. What’s great about the film is it’s not the obvious good guys, obvious bad guys and the good guys have got to beat the bad guys. Everything they do, the construction of the little towns. There’s a lot of drama in it and family bonds and friendship bonds. , The Sharon Osbourne Show, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, MTV's Total Request Live and entertainment TV news program Extra.Fimmel studied under Hollywood acting coach Ivana Chubbuck, taking two years to pluck up the courage to audition for his first role, saying "half of acting is overcoming your fears [and] letting yourself be vulnerable in front of people".It was reported that one of his London billboards had to be pulled down after complaints from an auto club of traffic congestion and accidents by 'rubbernecking' female drivers, but Fimmel insisted the story started with a rumour spread on the internet.as well as on top-rating American TV shows in 2003 including Jimmy Kimmel Live!