I now believe he still hasn't
Viggo Mortensen had never read the books before he made The Lord of the Rings trilogy. I have to assume he still hasn't. He's quoted in a story about not being in The Hobbit:
"I'm not in it unless there is some last-minute plan they have. But I thought I would have heard of it by now ... Aragorn is half elf and also lives a couple hundred years or more and he could be in a bridge, but I have to assume it isn't going to happen."Look, there is a set of people who think Orlando Bloom was right when he asserted that Legolas was roughly the same age as Arwen. I'm not among them, but he's not alone. But nobody thinks Aragorn is "half elf". Tolkien was pretty clear on that.
I mean, in a sense it's no big deal. Mortensen did a fine job in the movies. But in another sense it's pretty disturbing that he could have such a huge misconception as to why Aragorn had such a long life.
(ps: Bad enough they're putting Galadriel in it, but you could imagine she might be visiting Thranduil's court or something... maybe. But Aragorn? Really? Glad to see they've decided not to.)