If you haven’t seen their work in “A History of Violence”, check it out!

Mortensen, Cronenberg in ‘Promises’
Actor Viggo Mortensen and Canadian director David Cronenberg are teaming up once again for the British thriller “Eastern Promises,” Variety reports.
The film centres on a young midwife who is drawn into investigating the identity of a mysterious Russian girl who dies in childbirth on Christmas Eve.
Mortensen will play a man who is caught up with the Russian mob.
Shooting on the film should begin this fall depending on the status of Cronenberg’s other project, “Maps to the Stars.”
Cronenberg directed Mortensen in last year’s “A History of Violence,” which garnered two Oscar nominations.
His other directing credits include “Videodrome,” “eXistenZ,” “Crash,” The Fly, “The Dead Zone” and the indie “Spider,” starring Ralph Fiennes.
Mortensen recently wrapped up work on the action-adventure “Alatriste,” which also stars Elena Ayalo (“Van Helsing,” “Dead Fish”).