Margaret Qualley: The Leftovers Beauty

Margaret Qualley on the set of The Leftovers in Mt. Vernon, NY

Margaret Qualley on the set of The Leftovers in Mt. Vernon, NY

Beauty Margaret Qualley and young hotties Max Carver and twin brother Charlie Carver played intruders while filming scenes for the upcoming HBO series “The Leftovers,” in Mt Vernon, NY, yesterday.

We heard a rumor that they were in the vicinity of the same location they filmed a few days ago and we couldn’t resist the urge to take a drive and see what they were up to.

Absent from the quartet of a few days earlier was Emily Meade.

We chilled out in the sun, itching to start disrobing, watching the trio play out their mischief and were tickled to get a birds eye-view of the scene play out.

A lot of hype is surfacing as the debut for the series based on the book by Tom Perrotta draws closer – it is scheduled to premiere June 29th.

As the crew busied themselves with shooting the NY Times published a piece on Damon Lindelof – made infamous by the hit ABC drama “Lost – who serves as the shows writer and further builds on the fanfare.

“It’s what I love, it’s what I’m good at,” Lindelof is quoted by the Times as stating, on his return to television.

If twitter is any indication – the jury is still out on exactly how much creds can be found on social media – the arrival of this new HBO drama will be met with wild  ovations.

Charlie and Max Carver on set of The Leftovers in Mt. Vernon, NY

Charlie and Max Carver on set of The Leftovers in Mt. Vernon, NY

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  1. #1 by Paul Petersen on June 1, 2014 - 3:42 AM

    If the set of “The Leftovers” gets any hotter, the whole thing may spontaneously combust! The Carver brothers are apparently irrepressible imps, and Margaret seems to have them under a watchful eye. Itching under the sun? I’d be tempted to disrobe too, even if the boys snickered a bit.

    Still, it’s your own irreverent and very entertaining style that keeps me coming back to see what events and venues you have covered, or uncovered, and wonder at just how you manage to remain free to continue. Not a negative at all; my Canadian soul wishes for a bit more of that adventuresome spirit.

    Best from London, Canada :)
    Paul

  2. #2 by Native NYker on June 1, 2014 - 6:24 PM

    much obliged Paul!

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