Matt was spotted today on set of the upcoming Amazon pilot ‘The Last Tycoon’ in Los Angeles and you can now find pictures added in our gallery. Inspired by the life of film mogul Irving Thalberg, on whom the book’s protagonist Monroe Stahr was based, The Last Tycoon centers on Stahr (Bomer), Hollywood’s first wunderkind studio executive in the 1930s as he climbs to the height of power pitting him against his mentor and current head of the studio Pat Brady, a character based on Louis B. Mayer. With Stahr as a focal point, the series delves into the true violence, sex and towering ambition of Hollywood in the ’30s.
AHS: Hotel returned last night from its holidays break, and there’s no much we can tell without delivering any spoiler. The episode started where it finished last year and it seems it’s the conclusion of Donovan story on this season.
Check the clip added in our archive, plus screen captures in the gallery.
Back in 2012, Matt did a guest appearance on Glee, as Blaine (played by Darren Criss) older brother Cooper. You can find related images on here and now all related videos are reuploaded in our brand new video archive.
You used to call me on my cell phone
Late night when you need my love
Call me on my cell phone
Late night when you need my love
I know when that hotline bling
That can only mean one thing
I know when that hotline bling…
Another day, and another amazing AHS: Hotel episode, the last of 2015 (new episodes now only on January 06). And it have a lot. He gets revenge, she gets revenge, we got a hotline bling. Is everyone happy?
Check in our gallery screencaptures, and clips at the video archive.
This Wednesday we was presented with one of this season’s episode with most Donovan screentime, She Wants Revenge. Our website was updated with screencaptures, clips and promotional images. Enjoy!
Matt Bomer, coming off a starring role in American Horror Story: Hotel, has been tapped as the lead in The Last Tycoon, Amazon Studios’ drama pilot based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final unfinished novel. The project, from Sony’s TriStar Television, was quietly ordered earlier this month as cast-contingent. The casting of Bomer lifts the contingency, clearing the pilot for production.
The Last Tycoon, which Sony TV set up at Amazon a year ago, was written by Captain Phillips scribe Billy Ray who is set to direct the pilot.
Inspired by the life of film mogul Irving Thalberg, on whom the book’s protagonist Monroe Stahr was based, The Last Tycoon centers on Stahr (Bomer), Hollywood’s first wunderkind studio executive in the 1930s as he climbs to the height of power pitting him against his mentor and current head of the studio Pat Brady, a character based on Louis B. Mayer. With Stahr as a focal point, the series delves into the true violence, sex and towering ambition of Hollywood in the ’30s. Ray executive produces alongside Party Of Five co-creator Chris Keyser, who serves as showrunner, as well as Perri Kipperman, Josh Maurer, David Stern and Alix Witlin.
In The Last Tycoon 1976 big-screen adaptation directed by Elia Kazan and written by Harold Pinter, the role of Stahr was played by Robert De Niro.
The cast of FX’s horror anthology spoke to reporters on the set of the show Wednesday, talking about their real-life fears and shooting this particular dark — and sexy — season of “American Horror Story.”
“It’s interesting because you don’t realize what a huge cultural figure you’re working with. I haven’t said anything about Lady Gaga to them,” Matt Bomer, who plays Donovan, said, talking about his young children. “They’ve seen pictures that have been taken that are candid, but they just think it’s an actress. And someone from their class at school has told them, so they come home now and go, ‘What’s Lady Gaga like?’ And they don’t know who she is necessarily, it’s just playground lore. So I’m like, ‘Oh my god, am I cool?’”
Read the full article at Variety.
I’ve seen some fans complaining about Matt screen time on the show, and while I’m all here for 50 minutes of Matt on my TV weekly, let’s remember this show has a huge cast, with several storylines to be evolved. So it’s natural some weeks we’ll see more and other weeks, less than that. It’s a bummer, yes, but it’s natural considering the size of the cast.
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