HBO has released the trailer for season two of The Leftovers, the premium cable drama series created by Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta, based on Perrotta’s novel of the same name. We previously posted a very brief Leftovers teaser trailer, which teased the show’s focus on Jarden Texas, a town which had no departures. The Leftovers season 2 trailer gives us a better look at the characters and story which will be featured in this upcoming second season.
The show has been criticized as being too dark and depressing, and this second season seems to promise a more hopeful future. But we are told: “There are no miracles in miracles.” Watch The Leftovers season 2 trailer embedded now after the jump. Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The first season of The Leftovers ended the same way Tom Perrotta‘s book did, with a powerful, potentially hopeful image we won’t spoil here. But what we can say is that all of the source material for the show is gone. So what are the producers to do for a second season? It seems The Leftovers season 2 will change settings from its quaint upstate New York town to a yet-to-be announced location. Plus, while the main cast will return, most of the supporting cast will not. Read more about The Leftovers season 2 below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 by Angie Han
Who wants to be the next Shia LaBeouf? Love him or hate him, it’s tough to deny that he’s got the kind of career most aspiring actors would kill for. No surprise, then, that Transformers 4 is one of the hottest projects currently casting.
Michael Bay is getting ready to test actors for the male and female leads, and his appointment book includes slots for several up and comers including stars from The Last Airbender, Carrie, Taken 2, Terra Nova, Weeds, and Maleficent. Their names may not ring a bell right now, but they will someday if they get that part. More after the jump.
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