Justin Theroux Says Married Life Feels Different, But In A Good Way; Speaks On ‘The Leftovers’ season 2

By Akul Sharma | 2 years ago

Justin Theroux has admitted that life after marriage to Jennifer Aniston does seem different and his character in “The Leftovers” will be a married man in season 2. Read on to know more in details.

On 5th August, Theroux and Aniston married in a secret ceremony at their home in Los Angeles. They spent their honeymoon in Bora Bora and now Justin has returned to the set of HBO’s “The Leftovers” in Austin to shoot for season 2. He has revealed to People that he was received with a big cheer by the show’s cast and crew which made him feel wonderful.

“The Leftovers” follows the story where 140 million people disappear without a trace and Theroux’s character travels through the post-apocalyptic kind of world to find them. Without revealing too much, Theroux revealed that “The Leftovers” season 2 will see the story moving to a small town in Texas where something miraculous has occurred. The town will be bordered by a fence. It will be a new start for Theroux’s character and his family and the fences will make them come closer to each other, he added.

The show features a dark tone, but Theroux says the atmosphere on the set is pretty lively. He says that the mood is kept light among him and costars Liv Tyler, Regina King and Amy Brenneman.

Theroux also talked about his new role in his life, that of a husband to Jennifer Aniston. He says it feels different but in a really good way.

“It’s nice to be able to look down and see a new piece of jewelry on my finger.” he further added.

“The Leftovers” season 2 premieres on 4th October on HBO.

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Akul Sharma is a freelance writer who is a movie buff to an extent that he remembers less about his childhood and more about the movies he has watched. He is currently writing his own novella based on existentialism.