Hello! I’ve just updated our gallery with a huge collection of scans from previous years, mostly dedicated to Justin’s years in The Young and The Restless. You can browse around through the categories and albums by following the links below. Enjoy it!
Justin visited the Rachael Ray Show and the video of his appearance was just shared.
Justin stopped by to chat with Rach and revealed that the 1986 film that made Tom Cruise mega-famous, “Top Gun,” makes him cry every time: “I feel so bad for Maverick. When Goose dies, I’m like, it’s his best friend, they did everything together!”
When it comes to the success of “This is Us,” Justin told Rach, “People often ask me, ‘Did you know it was going be to such a big hit?’ There’s no way that you could possibly predict that, of course, but when I read the script [for the first time], I thought, ‘This is special. I’ve never read anything quite this good in my life.’”
TV veteran Justin is no newbie to the small screen, having starred in “The Young and the Restless” and “Smallville,” and though he plays a manny on TV, he’s also no stranger to parenting, being the dad to 12-year-old daughter Isabella. He shared that he’s not looking forward to her next birthday: “I am horrified of her turning 13. And it’s not her, I’m worried about, it’s the teenage boys i’m worried about, because she’s beautiful and she’s smart.”
But he added that he has a plan in place, “She knows that I am not afraid to intimidate people.”
Justin sat with The Hollywood Reporter last week to chat about the next This is Us season, and you can watch the video below:
Justin most recent movie, Another Time, will be released in theaters and on demand next September 14th, 2018.
Eric Laziter (Justin Hartley) is the top investment manager at his firm when his boss Ben (Mark Valley) assigns him client turnover with Julia (Chrishell Stause), the stunning owner of the company they just acquired. Julia, a true philanthropist, helps Eric realize that money isn’t everything, and Eric eventually begins to fall for her. Unfortunately, Julia is already engaged! Having a knack for math and science, Eric soon discovers that it may be possible to travel back in time to meet Julia before she meets her fiancé Adam (Jake McLaughlin). With the help of his best friend Kal (James Kyson) and local scientist Dr. Joseph Goyer (Alan Pietruszewski), Eric goes on a journey that teaches him the true meaning of love and friendship.
ANOTHER TIME is a story about the choices we make and the places they lead us. We seldom end up where we thought we would, but somehow end up where we belong.
Check the trailer below, and make sure to visit our gallery to see more related pictures.
Hello, and welcome to Justin Hartley Connection, your newest source dedicated to talented actor Justin Hartley. Mostly know for his roles in numerous television shows such as Smallville, Revenge, Mistresses or popular soap operas as Passion and The Young and The Restless, he can be seen now on NBC hit show This is Us as the Number One Kevin Pearson.
I’m excited to launch the site, and share my love for Justin. Our gallery is already very compreensive on all his past projects and event appearances, containing over 40.000 images but there’s many more to be added. I also would love to thanks my friends Bri (from Jen Lilley Fan), Jess (from Simply Mandy Moore), Emily (from Dreaming Ventimiglia) and Jasper (from Shantel Source) for their help while I was building the site. Make sure to pay a visit to their amazing sites!
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EW – The last time you saw Kevin Pearson (Justin Hartley), it was at the end of the season 2 finale of This Is Us and he was headed to Vietnam with his new girlfriend, a.k.a. Beth’s cousin, to learn more about Jack’s life there during the Vietnam War.
The next time you see Kevin Pearson, he’s not going to get those answers, but sometime after that, he will start to. “He’s going there — it’s a healing thing for him — so he’s going to get a lot of information, some stuff that he didn’t know and didn’t expect,” Hartley tells EW. “And it’s going to jar a few things.”
What Kevin uncovers about the time that his deceased father (Milo Ventimiglia) spent overseas during the war is “super heartbreaking ” and “shocking,” according to Hartley. “It’s not what anyone is expecting,” he says. “No one is going to see it coming. It’s ambitious stuff…. Here’s the cool thing about it: At the end of season 3 when you go back and watch the beginning of the series, you’re going to [be] like, ‘Wow, it all works,’ but you never would see any of this coming. I don’t know what those writers are eating, but it’s brain food. They’re brilliant.”
Hartley also offers a few hints about Kevin’s budding relationship with Zoe (Melanie Liburd) by asking questions instead of answering them. “Do they fall in love quickly? Are they friends? Are they lovers? What’s going on with that?” he says. Whatever this connection is, his sister-in-law, Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson), apparently will have trouble embracing the idea that her brother-in-law — yes, the man who got pulled over for a DUI with her daughter in the car — and her cousin are interested in each other romantically. “It’s not going to go over [well],” says Hartley. “What do you think it’s going to be — smooth or rocky? I think rocky. Rocky’s more fun.”
And since we’re throwing out questions, what is going on with ex-wife-turned-girlfriend-turned-ex-girlfriend Sophie (Alexandra Breckenridge)? “Does she come back [to him]?” he continues. “I don’t know why she would come back. Does he want her back? I think she’s probably done at this point.”
In other Kevin news, Hartley has even more questions for you to ponder about the fresh-out-of-rehab actor’s war movie with Ron Howard. “Does he become a massive celebrity or is the movie a flop?” he says. “It’s a Ron Howard movie, so it’s not going to be a flop. Does he win an award? How’s he going to deal with that? Does his sobriety get in the way? Does it help him? And what if the movie doesn’t do well, how does he deal with that?”
Those questions and more will be tackled when This Is Us returns to NBC for season 3 on Sept. 25.
Today was the NBC’s Drama Panel at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour, and co-showrunner Elizabeth Berger said lightness will overtake the darkness in This Is Us‘ upcoming third season. “We felt like at the end of Season 2, our family had grieved and processed [Jack’s death].”
The Season 3 premiere — which is set to air on Tuesday, Sept. 25 (9/8c, NBC) — once again centers on the Big 3’s big day. “We are picking up with [Randall, Kate and Kevin] turning 38,” shared co-showrunner Isaac Aptaker, before adding, “Our storylines are going to catch up to all of those [flash-forward scenes from the Season 2 finale] over the course of this year.”
Aptaker also confirmed that “we are going to be spending a lot of time in Vietnam” exploring Jack’s war-torn origin story. Added Berger: “There’s something very freeing about being past the mystery of Jack’s death and moving into this new chapter and being able to tell a completely different kind of story. To be all of a sudden [writing] about the Vietnam War is very special and different.”