Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oscars - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 23rd February 2015
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center, Oscars - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oscars - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston - Hollywood's biggest stars were snapped on the red carpet as they arrived for the 87th Annual Oscars awards ceremony which was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 201
Jennifer Aniston, in an interview set to air on Sunday (4th January), explains how she copes with the constant media attention focussed on her personal life.
Jennifer Aniston has been constantly in the limelight since her role in Friends and her high profile marriage to Brad Pitt in the early noughties. Now, at the age 45, Aniston is in a long term relationship with actor Justin Theroux. The couple are engaged but it appears her critics may not be happy until she's been seen safely down the aisle.
Jennifer Aniston at the London premiere of Horrible Bosses 2 in November.
The ‘Horrible Bosses’ star described when her fiancee watched her film debut as ‘a mortifying moment’.
Aniston at the Horrible Bosses 2 premiere
Appearing as a guest on the BBC’s ‘Graham Norton’ show the actress said, "Actually, it was a mortifying moment when Justin and I had just started to date. He was flipping through the channels and he stumbled upon that. And that was our next two hours, much to my embarrassment.”
Penelope Cruz is reportedly in talks to star in 'Zoolander 2'.
Penelope Cruz at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in March.
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Basically, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are the perfect couple and it makes us cry tears of joy.
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston reportedly gave the press a bit of PDA at the Governor’s Ball on Saturday. Being, you know, engaged, it’s no surprise that the couple were quite affectionate on the red carpet. What we should all be more concerned with is how sharp both of them looked on Saturday. Theroux was dressed in the classic black suit and tie (as immortalised by Justin Timberlake).
Theroux is a longtime fan of the look.
Aniston meanwhile, opted for a tan dress with black lace detailing. Her hair was pulled back in a sleek, elegant updo. Basically, they matched perfectly in style and colour palette and it was adorable.
The Leftovers season 2 is confirmed.
Fans of Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers – and for those who are yet to try it out – can sigh a breath of relief: a second season is coming, meaning all those unresolved plot tangles will, probably, be straightened out. Although we are talking about the co-creator and showrunner of Lost here...
Justin Theroux stars in HBO's The Leftovers
Set in the suburbs outside New York, The Leftovers centres on a group of people trying to piece their lives together after an event dubbed “The Sudden Departure” – a day when 140 million people disappeared without a trace, or scientific explanation. Paranoia, religious cultist fanaticism, suicide and downright madness are just some of the things the population of this now uncertain world are subject to.
Continue reading: More 'Leftovers' For HBO As Network Orders Second Season
Nora has a dark past. And a dark present. And future, judging by this episode.
Let’s talk about The Leftovers, which came back this week with a particularly depressing episode. We got a look inside Nora’s everyday life, which we already knew included torturing herself by interviewing people in her situation – those, who have lost loved ones in The Departure. It turns out that Nora isn’t freelancing at all. In fact, she’s working for the government, ostensibly trying to suss out who actually deserves money from the government for their tragedy. It wouldn’t be a pleasant job for anyone, but for Nora, who lost her husband and children in The Departure, it takes on a particularly creepy masochistic undertone.
Justin Theroux in The Leftovers.
Speaking of masochistic and creepy, this episode also sees Nora paying a prostitute to shoot her. No, don’t worry, she does this all the time. Ok, but it’s completely normal, she’s wearing Kevlar and has a mattress laid out. What do you mean that doesn’t make it any better? Angel, the panicked hooker that Nora wants to pay for the “service”, also doesn’t think it’s normal, but she takes the money anyway and shoots. After a tense moment, Nora rises up, alive and relatively unscathed. We’ll leave the amateur psychoanalysis to anyone else, who wants to open that can of worms.
Continue reading: ""The Leftovers" Recap: What's Eating Nora? EVERYTHING.
Justin Theroux, in a recent interview, explained how he splits his time between his New York apartment and the home he shares with fiancé Jennifer Aniston in Los Angeles.
Justin Theroux doesn't mind living 2798 miles apart from fiancé Jennifer Aniston. The 42-year-old actor has recently opened up about his less than conventional living arrangements with the former Friends star.
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston have been dating since 2011.
The plot thickens in the second episode of HBO's new show.
Now that The Leftovers is on its second episode, it’s time to proceed with the (very spoilery) recap f this episode’s key events. In the second episode, Penguin 1, Us Zero, we begin to see that Police Chief Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux, might be more than a little unhinged. Judging by his collection of pill bottles and his erratic behavior, which has led all of Mapleton to suspect him for the recent spree of dog murders, Kevin can’t really be trusted, no more than anyone else in this shady town.
Justin Theroux - is police chief Garvey completely out of it now?
Meanwhile, things get heated at Wayne Gilchrest Jr. aka Holly Wayne’s camp. Wayne has been convicted of statutory rape before, due to his penchant for teenage girls. But that was back in Philadelphia. Here in Mapleton, he’s made a name for himself since the departure – as the guy who can “hug the pain out of people.” He’s also doing his thing with underage girls though, so when the FBI storm his ranch on an anonymous tip, we know this was a long time coming. The agents shoot at everyone, who isn’t a teenage girl.
Continue reading: The Leftovers Recap: The Mysteries Keep Piling Up
‘The Leftovers’ premiered last night on HBO.
The Leftovers has premiered on HBO, giving viewers their first look at Damon Lindelof's disturbing new show and adaptation of by Tom Perrotta's 2011 novel. If you are a complete newcomer to the concept of the series - no, it's not a sitcom about the perils of dating in later life, it's a dark and mysterious drama about the aftermath and enduring confusion following a rapture-like occurrence.
Justin Theroux Takes Centre-Stage In 'The Leftovers,' A Dark, New Drama About Life After An Apocalypse.
The latest post-apocalyptic drama from the Lost writer focusses on a core cast lead by Justin Theroux as police chief Kevin Garvey and his wife, Laurie Garvey, who is played by Amy Brenneman. Lindelof's reputation may be overshadowed by his poorly-received Lost ending but it seems like The Leftovers may just be worth riding out.
Continue reading: ‘The Leftovers’ Premieres: Stick It Out, This Dark Drama Is Worth It
Damon Lindelof will play things differently with 'The Leftovers'.
We're not going to go into the ending of Lost. It was clearly ridiculous and Damon Lindelof was burned badly by the backlash. Most would agree that the final two seasons of the show were so poorly put together that it was almost impossible to conclude with a coherent finale.
Justin Theroux in 'The Leftovers'
Now, Lindelof is back with his latest series The Leftovers, a downbeat drama about life in a U.S town after the rapture. The first episode was melancholy and slow moving and left critics a little bemused. However, as Mark A. Perigard of the Boston Herald pointed out, we may as well strap ourselves in for a long, complex ride because Lindelof just isn't going to try do any explaining.
Continue reading: Will HBO's 'The Leftovers' Suffer From Lost's Dreadful Ending?