HBO had itself a banner Sunday between 'Game of Thrones' season 4 premiere "Two Swords" and the debuts of 'Veep' season 3 and Mike Judge's 'Silicon Valley,' so what better time for a look at what's to come? 'LOST' creator Damon Lindelof's rapturous TV return with HBO's 'The Leftovers' has finally come to light with an eerie first trailer that shows off the scope of the world's biggest change.
It's been a good long while since we've heard from HBO's forthcoming Damon Lindelof-helmed pilot 'The Leftovers,' but thankfully the premium cable rapture hasn't left us behind. HBO has officially ordered the Liv Tyler-Justin Theroux starring drama to series, the deal marking the network's first major production with an outside studio, but when might fans expect to see 'The Leftovers' on their plate?
We've heard plenty about 'LOST' veteran Damon Lindelof's upcoming HBO rapture drama, 'The Leftovers,' based on 2011's Tom Perotta book of the same name, but little in the way of casting or shooting. Now Mr. Jennifer Aniston himself, Justin Theroux, has joined in a leading role, but what's the new religious series all about?
Once Marvel has completed their Phase 2 movie slate -- including 'Captain America 2,' 'Thor 2,' 'Ant-Man,' 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'The Avengers 2' -- it'll be time to bring 'Doctor Strange' to the big screen. While it's still a long ways away from coming to fruition, the latest rumor coming out of the digital woodworks claims that the studio already has someone in mind to take on the job of Sorcerer Supreme -- Justin Theroux.
Justin Theroux has been around the block in terms of random TV appearances -- 'Six Feet Under,' 'Alias,' 'The District,' 'Spin City,' 'Ally McBeal' -- his most noteworthy of late being on 'Parks and Rec' as one of Leslie's past boyfriends. But last night, we were watching the Style channel -- naturally -- during which time a 'Sex and the City' marathon was taking place, and all the while we couldn't help but see Jesse Bradford's face instead of a young Theroux.
After years of tabloid drama and a handful of relationships that failed to flourish under the bright and punishing tabloid spotlight that comes with being famous, Jennifer Aniston is finally ready to tie the knot.
Justin Theroux has become everone's favorite script doctor for comedies, having lent his talents to 'Tropic Thunder' and the recent Ben Stiller vehicle 'The Watch.' And now he's swooping in to rewrite -- and direct -- 'Swear to God.'
Though most of her fellow 'Friends' cast members have struck out, Jennifer Aniston is the only one who became a real movie star. And even though her most recent film 'Wanderlust' was a disappointment, she's up for at least two proejcts: 'We're the...