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In a recent episode of the hit HBO show “The Leftovers,” Noah Hawley (Joel McHale) was given a unique gift: a giant wrought iron angel that is supposed to give him eternal life.
The angel is made from the wood of the tree that Noah built his home on, which he named “Crown Jewel,” and has an inscription on it, saying: “I will be with you forever and ever.”
But, the angels powers aren’t always reliable and, when Noah’s brother, Tyreese (Nathaniel Anderson), died, Noah was left to care for his brother in the spirit world.
“It’s a beautiful story, it’s very real, but it’s also incredibly funny,” Hawley told Entertainment Weekly.
“When I wrote it, I was in the process of writing a play about a father’s struggle to be his son’s caregiver.
It was just so tragic, but the idea was to make the angel come to life and I thought it would be interesting to see how people react to it.”
The play, called “The Fallen Angel,” is currently playing in New York City and will be filmed in California in the spring.
The actors who played the angels are known as “Wrought Iron” and “Woven Iron” (depending on which part of the story you are watching).
Hawley explained that he and the cast had to get creative to make sure they were capturing the spirit of the fallen angel.
“I think what was fun about making the show was we were creating these little, weird little characters, so I wanted them to have the same qualities,” he said.
“They’re not the same as a real angel, but they’re kind of like a little angel that’s fallen.
It’s the same kind of thing you can imagine with a real fallen angel.”
The show also stars Emily Blunt, Anthony Anderson, and Sarah Paulson.
Check out the first trailer below.
“The Wrought-Iron Angel” is set to be released in theaters on April 20.
The show’s cast also includes Emmy nominee and former “Game of Thrones” star Natalie Dormer, who plays Noah’s wife, Rebecca, and former MTV host and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” star Abigail Spencer.
“We were in awe of her,” Hawkins said.
He added that the cast members were just “very respectful of what [the show] is about.”
“We had some fun together making the scenes with them, we had a blast making it together,” he added.
“She was like, ‘I’m sorry, but I don’t feel like we have any scenes with other actors because I have a real job.'”