Matt is gracing the cover of Modern Luxury / Angeleno’s October issue. The magazine is already out, and the beautiful photoshoot was made by Brian Bowen Smith. Check scans in our gallery.
Matt graced last night our TV screens at the Emmy Awards! He was there to present the award of Best Television Movie, alongside B.D. Wong.
Simon also joined Matt at the celebration, but they didn’t pose together at the red carpet. A photo of them both arrived on Instagram before the event.
You can watch Matt presenting the award below, and also some pictures in our gallery. More hopefully will surface later.
The Hollywood Reporter just announced that Amazon cancelled The Last Tycoon after some weeks of speculation about if it would be renewed or not.
The decision arrives days after the retail giant/streamer made an about face and canceled another Fitzgerald drama, the previously renewed Z: The Beginning of Everything, starring Christina Ricci as the author’s wife, Zelda Fitzgerald.
Amazon had spent roughly $7 million during pre-production on the scrapped season of Z. The cancellations come as what sources say is larger belt-tightening going on at Amazon as the outlet looks for a large-scale hit.
The streamer is now beginning to rack up a series of one-and-done shows, with The Last Tycoon joining Z as well as its 1970s Newsweek period drama Good Girls Revolt joining drama Mad Dogs.
As far we receive it with no surprise, its sad to see the show (as the novel itself) unfinished. It had potential to tell more and, sadly, we won’t see the end of it. :/
Walking Out made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it bowed to strong reviews. In this story of a man (Matt Bomer) trying to reconnect with his son (Josh Wiggins) during a wintry hunting expedition in Montana, the villains are the elements, the frayed familial bonds between an estranged parent and child, and definitely also the bears. After Bomer’s character sustains a grave injury, his boy must carry him back through the snowy wilderness to the safety of their car — or at least try his very best to do so — before blood loss and exposure claim him. See the first trailer here on Vulture, and mark down its theatrical release on October 6.
Matt Bomer is starring the new Fall campaign of Todd Snyder, that was released this week.
Five years ago Bomer reached Snyder on his first CFDA Awards. “He came up to me and said to me, ‘Hey I love your stuff. I was just blown away, obviously I’m a huge fan of his. Honestly, I don’t know if I said anything, I was a bit speechless.”
Over the next few years, the designer cultivated a relationship with the actor, who, he noted, had been a longtime customer of his brand. So when Snyder asked Bomer to appear in his fall campaign, it felt natural. The game plan for the photo shoot, he explained, was for Bomer to simply be himself.
“We wanted to tell our brand’s story through other people and Matt is someone who has great values and he’s a family man. He just fits our guy and who we want to be inspired by. And obviously he’s good-looking.”
Snyder said Bomer didn’t shave for four days to make the photos.
“So often [Bomer] looks almost perfect on screen, and I think he really likes the idea of looking more like he does every day. I’m sure he’s been told he’s beautiful so many times that I would think it would get annoying.”
Watch the campaign videos below, and head over our gallery to see the beautiful campaign, shot by Matthew Brookes.
Our gallery was updated with the remaining three episodes of The Last Tycoon. We still have no word if the show will have a second season, so enjoy the season one and if you feel so, send a tweet to @RoyPrice, head of Amazon Studio, telling how much you want to see more of Monroe Stahr.