Justin Theroux and Woody Harrelson look very ’70s as they take a ride in a red convertible while filming The White House Plumbers in LA
Shooting for the drama miniseries The White House Plumbers continued in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Stars Justin Theroux, 50, and Woody Harrelson, 60, were seen on set in a red convertible as they performed a scene from the upcoming HBO show.
The two were dressed as G. Gordon Liddy (Theroux) and E. Howard Hunt (Harrelson).
Working: Justin Theroux, 50, and Woody Harrelson, 60, were seen on set in a red convertible while performing a scene from the upcoming HBO show The White House Plumbers
The Leftovers actor wore navy blue pants, a printed blue and white shirt and a light blue sports jacket.
The Washington DC resident wore dark-tinted aviator sunglasses and his distinctive thick mustache was on display.
Harrelson wore a light-colored fedora hat, a blazer and sunglasses as he drove the clear vehicle.
In the back seat of the car was a cameraman with large film equipment.
Spotted: Shooting for the drama miniseries continued in Los Angeles on Wednesday
On Location: White House Plumbers has been shot in several locations throughout the year, including New York, DC and now the West Coast
Some of the snapshots also featured masked crew members as they helped keep production running smoothly.
White House Plumbers has been shot in several locations throughout the year, including New York, DC and now the West Coast.
The show is named after the secret name for the FBI group put together by Richard Nixon, created to prevent government leaks after the disclosure of the Pentagon Papers.
Justin and Woody’s characters are the masterminds behind the Watergate scandal who “accidentally overthrew the presidency they were zealously trying to protect,” according to the show’s description.
Lena Headey plays E. Howard’s wife Dorothy Hunt, with other cast members including Ike Barinholtz as Jeb Magruder, Kim Coates as Frank Sturgis, David Krumholtz as William O. Bittman and Kathleen Turner as Dita Beard.
Team: Some of the snapshots also featured masked crew members as they helped production run smoothly
Details: The Washington, DC resident wore dark-tinted aviator sunglasses and his remarkable thick mustache was on display
According to Deadline, production of The White House Plumbers was halted (and resumed days later) in August due to alleged unprofessional behavior on set.
It came after HBO reportedly received reports of an incident of “unprofessional conduct.”
The series will consist of five parts and in addition to starring Theroux and Harrelson will also be executive producers.
The project was conceived and written by Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck. David Mandel is the director.
It was developed using public records, along with the book Integrity: Good People, Bad Choices, and Life Lessons from the White House by Egil ‘Bud’ Krogh and Matthew Krogh.
White House Plumbers doesn’t have a premiere date yet, and there’s no indication when production may end.
Committing the character: The Leftovers actor donned navy blue trousers, a printed blue and white shirt and a light blue sports jacket