Justin Theroux on 'The Leftovers,' Marriage to Jennifer Aniston

The actor discusses his role in the second season of HBO's "The Leftovers" and how married life with Jennifer Aniston has been "wonderful."
3:15 | 09/30/15

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Transcript for Justin Theroux on 'The Leftovers,' Marriage to Jennifer Aniston
? So much going on in the life of Justin Theroux right now. That top secret star-studded wedding to Jennifer aniston. The new season of his hit show "Leftovers" and so much more. Robin sat down with him to talk about it all. That these women have towards one another is re stunning. And, of course, that's the emotional through line of the film. Your character is you and Julianne Moore, you go through a a ton of homophobi you ever personally had to where I wasow, in a situation where I was directly fighting for rights that overtly being denied to me by any means, but, yeah, of course, of course, I deal with various degrees of homophobia in my life, yeah. This movieoing to be so inspirational to so many people. Thank you so much. Well, thank you so much. Ks for talking about it. I appreciate it. Great job. Absolutely. And "Freeheld" opens in select theersat T frindyda a tionnawide October 9th. Coming up, jtin userouth X speaut obo a a fictional town of miracle, Texas, where there's been I think it's safe to say no departures and I'd like to say things Normal lyze but they just get a lot weirder. What's so great bit, Justin, on many levels it's ordinary people, this extraordinary thing happened and you just are trying to figure it out as best you can. The expectation was, well, what happened to everybody? It becomes weirdly more psychological emotional drama. It's not quite as bleak as the first season. You're so busy, talk about "Zoolander 2" in a moment. I can't let any more time pass before saying, congratulation, congratulations to you. Thank you, thank you so much. Good for you for pulling it off. She said she's deliriously happy so -- Likewise, likewise, it's fantastic. Something really does shift and in a wonderful way and it sort of refocuses things and in a weird way it was sort of -- a long time coming but put us in the right space to -- I don't know. It's a wonderful thing, you know. You can see that with you guys. You guys were happy but there is something when you're married, you all have this different look to you. Something shifts and I can't quite explain what it is. It's -- guys having a ring on your finger but you relax into it in a certain way. I can't explain it. It had to be relaxing having jimmy Kimmel. That was the biggest blessing in the world. That he -- he officiated our wedding and it was the -- it was exactly what you would want him to do. He was extremely funny, kept things extremely light, was extremely touching, cried a little bit. He did, and then we both -- everyone did and it was just -- it was the perfect tone for the night. We're very, very happy. Thanks so much. And happy for "Zoolander 2." Yeah. Looks like so much fun. We're very excited. We think it's riotously funny. Do you have a blue steel look. I don't. I'm still perfecting it. There's only one guy that can do it. He does master it. Justin, always a pleasure. Yeah, likewise. Just continued blessings and good things going forward. That is so sweet. "The leftovers" premieres this Sunday on HBO.

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