Different, but happy.
As for how he feels being a married man after he and Aniston wed in a surprise ceremony earlier this month (under the guise of his 44th birthday party), “it does feel different.”
“I’m very happy,” he added.
After returning from their honeymoon in Bora Bora, Theroux is now back at work shooting season 2 of The Leftovers, in which he plays a police chief Kevin Garvey dealing with the world-wide disappearance of 140 million people. When he returned to the show’s set in Austin, TX, he revealed the cast “gave me a big cheer so it was wonderful.”
Theroux also touched upon what’s going on in this upcoming season, which finds the characters moving from Stapleton, New York to a small town in Texas.
It’s a town that’s literally bordered by a fence. For my character and his insta-family, it’s a fresh start. But it boxes them in – in a weird and wonderful way.
It’s a tough character. Every time you get a new script, it’s like, ‘Oh boy, it’s going to go here.’ The walls to his struggles are high, but I enjoy it.
Season 2 of The Leftovers premieres Oct. 4 on HBO. We’re really looking forward to it.