The Leftovers – Justin Theroux dressed in WHITE on set! Are theories real?


Hi everyone! I’m literally freaking out about this new pictures of Justin Theorux dressed in white and spitting water from a car window on the set of The Leftovers in Melbourne! These few picture could actually confirm some theories about Kevin Being a Guilty Remnant. (click for the article). Also, the fact that he’s spitting water takes us back to the Hotel world, where drinking water makes you forget your true identity and traps you in the limbo forever. What if in season three Kevin actually comes back to the hotel for a third time? Is this a real place then? And if it is, what’s gonna happen now that their almost-president of the United States has been murdered?  These pictures leave us with more questions than answers. Why is there a lot of water inside a car? And why is Kevin suit so elegant? Don’t forget to read the article about my theory (What if Kevin Garvey is a Guilty Remnant?) and let me know what you think! It won’t be long now….



The Leftovers – Justin Theroux vestito di bianco sul set. Le teorie sono vere?


Ciao a tutti! Hype a mille per queste nuovissime foto di Justin Theroux sul set di The Leftovers a Melbourne vestito di bianco e intento a sputare dell’acqua dal finestrino di una macchina. Queste pochissime immagini lasciano intendere tantissime cose e potrebbero confermare la teoria secondo la quale Kevin Garvey è un Colpevole Sopravvissuto (click per leggere l’articolo). Inoltre, il fatto di sputare dell’acqua ci rimanda all’universo dell’hotel, quello dove bere l’acqua ti fa dimenticare la tua vera identità rendendoti prigioniero del limbo per l’eternità. Che nella terza serie Kevin torni a far visita all’hotel una terza volta? Si tratta quindi di un mondo reale? (click). E se lo è, cosa succederà ora che il loro quasi-presidente degli stati uniti è stato assassinato? Queste immagini lasciano spazio a tantissime interpretazioni, e la presenza di acqua all’interno della macchina e il vestito elegante di Kevin non fanno altro che creare altre domande.

Eccovi i link per approfondire le teorie sulla serie:

E se kevin Garvey fosse un Colpevole Sopravvissuto?
Ecco perché i Colpevoli Sopravvissuti non hanno paura di morire!
The Leftovers – La terza serie sarà ambientata in Australia


The Leftovers – Le nominations ai Gold Derby TV Awards superano GoT


Ciao a tutti! Sono uscite da qualche giorno le nominations per i Gold Derby Awards, e con mia grande sorpresa ho notato che sono più le nominations del cast di The Leftovers che di Game Of Thrones. Infatti, mentre le nominations per GoT sono solamente tre (Lena Headey, Kit Harrington e Peter Dinklage), quelle per The Leftovers sono state ben quattro! Sembra poco, ma per una serie così poco seguita (ingiustamente) si tratta di un vero traguardo! I candidati sono Regina King, Christopher Eccleston, Justin Theroux e Carrie Coon. 😳

Speriamo vivamente che la terza stagione di The Leftovers lo porterà al successo che si merita!

The Leftovers – Lindelof, Theroux and Leder on Karaoke scene!


Hi guys! Here’s a very funny interview I found on to Justin Theroux, Damon Lindelof and Mimi Leder about the magical karaoke scene on the season two finale.

One of the things I’m most proud of is the sequence with Kevin Garvey singing “Homeward Bound.” — Mimi Leder

The karaoke scene was probably the most deeply uncomfortable scene I had to shoot.” — Justin Theroux

If you try to explain to someone, ‘Here’s what happened in the finale of “The Leftovers,”‘ you sound insane.” — Damon Lindelof

The second season of Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta’s magnificent exploration of belief, faith and family included its fair share of bold moments. Its opening sequence tracked a cave woman giving birth in rural Texas. Its first episode barely featured its main stars, shifting instead to a whole new family in a brand new location. And then came “International Assassin,” the season’s eighth episode that tracked Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux) into the afterlife; an afterlife set in a hotel where he donned a suit, became an assassin and had to kill his nemesis in order to get back to the real world.

But as ambitious as all those moments were, one pivotal scene in the finale was so bonkers it defied logic on almost every level. Kevin, who died again in the Season 2 finale, again found himself in the hotel, only this time he had a fresh challenge in front of him in order to return home: He had to sing a song.

Sounds simple, doesn’t it? And yet the courage it took, as every key player explained to IndieWire, to create and craft the scene itself speaks to a courage unique to television. It’s only in hearing how each piece came together that one can truly admire the crowning achievement of Season 2 — and the best scene of the 2015-2016 TV season. Much like the scene itself, you have to hear it to believe it. So here we go:

  • The Concept: “Explain your logic.”
    Damon Lindelof: We knew in Episode 7, before “International Assassin,” that we were going to send him back. Before he drinks the poison, he goes to the firehouse to get some bolt-cutters to get the handcuff off and ends up getting his handprint taken by John Murphy. And as soon as we did that, we knew there was going to be a real consequence to John getting Kevin’s handprint — it’s going to match. And we also knew Kevin’s going to drink poison at the end of Episode 7, and he’s going to be dead and then he’s going to be reborn again. But when he comes back to life, he’s still going to have to contend with the fact that his handprint matched. And so, what’s the consequence for the handprint matching?

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The Leftovers – Beautiful Interview To Ann Dowd


Hi everybody! Here’s an amazing and heartbreaking interview to the great Ann Dowd (Patti Levin in the show), released for

Hope you enjoy it 🙂

ADTV: Let’s talk about The Leftovers then. The second season was more of a success because I think not many saw the first season, which was also very good. Then at the Critics Choice Awards, you and Regina King were nominated and Carrie Coon won. That was great for the show.

AD: Yeah, that was a thrill. My family watches, and they love it. My brother John can’t make heads or tails of it. He was looking for something more linear. You go here then you go there, a natural progression of story. That is not what we have here, to our great delight. The first season was fascinating to do because putting it together and not knowing what the Guilty Remnant was and their beliefs. Then in the second season Patti is in a different place. People asked me what it was like to not speak. Quite daunting, as I rely on words. We all do. I had to learn what she wants and just get it and not use words. It was a very powerful experience, an extraordinary position to take. Damon [Lindelof] and Tom Perrotta know her so well. The whole group was so phenomenal.

ADTV: Yeah, a really great cast. The stuff with you and Justin [Theroux] was so good.

AD: He described it later as a kind of love story with just those two in the scenes. They were drawn to one another. They achieved something, which was intimacy. Justin understands the shape of a scene when you are playing the scene he is right there – it is a very safe place. As the material is daunting. Everyone had to be on their game, the writer, directors, actors, costumes, make up, hair.

ADTV: Do you empathize or support the Guilty Remnant’s plight? Did you get on board with it? Why they were like that?

AD: It is a terrific question. When I first read the material I remember thinking, “Well what is this now? What is going on here?” This show has taught me so much. I am a kind of kitchen sink actress with everything in front of me, but, hello, that is not what we are doing here. I found her very intriguing, and by episode three I am all in. Then I find out as I am fully attached to the show that my character is going to die. Damon gracefully wrote me an email, and I was heartbroken that I was now going away. When I started to realize what they were preaching – to let go the attachment – I didn’t know I could ever do that. What it did teach me to do was just let go. Do the work, enjoy the work as it is happening, but let go. A miraculous experience that whole thing. I remember asking Damon what does it matter that he kills her? What does that mean? He is always clear when you ask him. He said it is a new religion and are putting it together for the first time.

I had such empathy for the Guilty Remnant and that whole experience. You can come home to your family, have dinner together, go to work, pay your rent. Life offers its own kind of suffering – your children grow up and stop nursing. We wave goodbye. That is a privileged sadness. The Leftovers throws in from the start a catastrophe. And watching people trying to put their lives back, to get to get some semblance of grief, it made me think of my own life, and if such a thing were to happen, how it would change you. So I connected to their way of seeing the world.


ADTV: It must have been nice to get that email to say your character is going to die, but now you get some lines.

AD: [Laughs] Oh yes, you have something to say. They wrote it like a play.

ADTV: Season two was great, and you were fantastic. Patti’s haunting of Kevin was extraordinary – you were outstanding by the way. Chilling, funny, and then sympathetic. At the end it was a little bit like hero and villain falling in love. The well scene is very sad.

AD: Yes. We were talking about this, watching that little girl, and the things they made her say. When you realize you have the privilege of spending time with a character, and having time with her and then realizing it is time for her to go. She was in his life and did not know why, then able to say out loud how she failed in her life. I could not get over the writing, that well scene, that is a long day ahead sitting in a well. [Laughs] That was the day I realized Patti is going to die. Anyway, it was emotional. And thank god for Justin.

ADTV: He has worked with David Lynch so he is used to weird.

AD: [Laughs] Right, yes.

ADTV: Well, good luck with everything, the Emmys, the show’s reception, and just keep doing what you are doing. It is a pleasure.

AD: Thank you. And good luck to you with your children.



The Leftovers – La prima foto della terza serie!

Ciao a tutti! L’attrice Carrie Coon ha appena pubblicato la primissima foto scattata sul set e rappresentante una scena della terza serie di The Leftovers.

Cuddle time with Kevin & Nora @TheLeftoversHBO


Di nuovo rispetto alla serie precedente notiamo solamente la lunga barba di Kevin, e il braccio ingessato di Nora. Dalla seconda foto (in basso), vediamo invece che la scena è stata girata a Miracle, nella camera da letto dei nostri Garvey. Speriamo di ricevere qualche notizia in più a riguardo nei prossimi giorni. Nel frattempo continuiamo a “ripassare” gli episodi passati in modo da non farci cogliere impreparati dalle meravigliose assurdità che Damon Lindelof avrà in serbo per noi. 🙂 Ottobre arriva in fretta!!