Shane Black’s The Nice Guys, starring Ryan Gosling, Matt Bomer and Russell Crowe, will hit theaters a few weeks earlier than expected.
Warner Bros. is moving up the release of the movie from June 17, 2016 to May 20, 2016.
Set in 1970s Los Angeles, Nice Guys follows a private eye (Gosling) and a hired leg breaker (Crowe) who must work together to solve the case of a missing girl and the seemingly unrelated death of a porn star.
In its new date, Nice Guys goes up against family film Angry Birds, while Central Intelligence takes on Pixar’s long-awaited Finding Dory.
Matt attended the panel for American Horror Story: Freak Show panel during the 32nd Paleyfest in Hollywood last night. The whole Freak Show cast attended, but Matt joined to announce his check in into American Horror Story: Hotel as the new male lead, with Cheyenne Jackson and Lady Gaga.
AHS: Hotel debuts in late October; a specific date has yet to be announced. Production will begin in the late summer in Los Angeles, FX said. Watch the full panel at YAHOO, and check pictures in our gallery.
Matt attended last night the Human Rights Campaign Gala in Los Angeles, to support the organization, which ‘represents a force of more than 1.5 million members and supporters nationwide’, considers itself ‘the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization… where LGBT people are ensured of their basic equal rights’, according to its website.
I have a few HQ pictures added in our gallery. Enjoy!
Matt is among the guests attending The Human Rights Campaign Los Angeles Annual Gala Dinner and Auction to be held next March 14 in Los Angeles. You can buy tickets for the event here. You can get an early bird VIP ticket discount if you purchase before 2/13/2015.
Shonda Rhimes will be honored at the gala. Shonda Rhimes is the biggest name in television today. A Golden Globe award winner, she was named as one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. With everything she touches turning to gold, Rhimes is the creative force behind hugely successful shows such as Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How To Get Away With Murder. HRC is proud to recognize Shonda Rhimes as this year’s recipient of the “Ally for Equality Award” for her incredible contributions to our movement.
Who You May Spot: Shonda Rhimes (Honoree, Screenwriter / Director and Producer), Michael Lombardo (Honoree, President of HBO Programming), Lena Dunham (Presenter, Actress/Screenwriter, Girls), Guillermo Diaz (Presenter, Actor, Scandal), Chad Griffin (HRC President), and Dana Goldberg (Live Auctioneer, Comedian).
Additional Guests: Matt Bomer (Actor, White Collar), Lance Bass (Singer, N*Sync), Cheyenne Jackson (Actor, 30 Rock), Wentworth Miller (Actor, Prison Break), Sara Ramirez (Actress, Grey’s Anatomy), Jonathan Del Arco (Actor, Major Crimes), Ross Matthews (TV Personality, Live From E!) Dan Bucatinsky (Actor, Scandal), Katia Winter (Actress, Sleepy Hollow) and George Takei (Actor, Star Trek).
For more about it, visit hrcladinner.com.
Matt and Simon attended last night in Los Angeles the Family Equality Council Dinner, and we have some pictures added in our gallery from the event.
The Family Equality Council‘s annual dinner is an “event aimed at connecting the growing Los Angeles community of families headed by LGBTQ parents and supporters, as well as advancing efforts to create equality for all families.”
Matt is currently in Santa Monica, attending the Independent Spirit Awards, and I have the fist pictures added in our gallery.
Check back later for a proper coverage.
It was reported by Business Wire that Matt is set to attend the Gold Meets Golden today.
This year on Hollywood’s most golden weekend of Academy Awards® celebrations, “Gold Meets Golden” will again welcome some of the world’s greatest names from sports and entertainment. “Gold Meets Golden” will take place at the Equinox Sports Club Lounge on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015 –the site of the inaugural 2013 celebration – with a luncheon where actors, athletes, artists and Olympians will merge in celebration of Hollywood Awards Season, and the Special Olympics World Games, which are being held over nine days in Los Angeles (July 25-Aug. 2) this summer. This event will specifically benefit the World Games “Support An Athlete” Program, which raises funds to cover costs for the 7,000 athletes during their stay in Los Angeles.
The 2015 event will continue to carry the torch of the Hollywood and sports connection initially lit by 2013 hosts Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Jon Bon Jovi, Stacy Keibler and Ryan Kavanaugh; and 2014 hosts Kerry Washington, Sofia Vergara and Hayden Panettiere; with the announcement of 2015 hosts Eddie Redmayne, Laura Dern, Gina Rodriguez, Matt Bomer and the return of host Nicole Kidman, and Olympic champion hosts Greg Louganis, Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conner, and Maria Shriver, daughter of Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver.