In a recent article he talks about his life
Justin Theroux's lady makes him happy.
So it's nice to hear that happiness isn't tempered by the built-in challenges of being in a super-high-profile relationship.
"It doesn't feel like a hardship," the star of HBO's The Leftovers said about being with Jennifer Aniston in the August issue of Details, featuring the solemn-faced actor-writer-artist on the cover. "It doesn't feel difficult."
But aren't the paparazzi, for lack of a better word, annoying?
"It can be an annoyance, but it's not the end of the world," Theroux told the magazine. "You have to center on what its core thing is, which is that you met someone you fell in love with. It's hard to explain. I just find myself wondering, what's the big f--king deal?" Big f--king deal. Indeed. Way to not let the madding crowd get you down, Justin!
As for the written words that tend to accompany all those paparazzi pictures in the tabloids, Jen's 42-year-old fiancé said that "it's always based on fiction."
"You just kind of ignore it," he continued, "but then you also become reluctant to say anything about the relationship. I could say everything's good, and then it's reflected back as 'JUSTIN THEROUX: EVERYTHING'S GOOD?' That just creates this echo chamber, and it ricochets around the internet, it just gets wacky."
But he and Aniston soldier on. And from our perspective, being with Theroux doesn't look like such a tough proposition either, at least based solely on his ripped physique.
The 42-year-old showed off the results of all that time he spends in the gym for the magazine interview as well, cutting an impressive shirtless figure, his six-pack abs and muscled arms rippling for the camera reports E News.