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B.O.O. Role: Unknown Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: 6/5/15
Monty Clift Role: Monty Clift Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: N/A
WINTER'S TALE Role: Peter's Father Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
THE NORMAL HEART Role: Felix Turner Status: Filming In Theaters: N/A
SPACE STATION 76 Role: Ted Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
WHITE COLLAR Role: Neal Caffrey Status: Completed Airing: Thursdays at 9/8c
In case you missed Matt on Character Chatter, Laura posted a transcript of his Q&A.
M: Hey everybody! Thank you so much for taking the time to chat tonight. I’m so excited to hear from all of you. I’ll try to get to as many questions as I can, and give some running commentary at the same time. Happy Premiere!! Q: If you could be any other character from WC, who would you be and why?
M: hmmmm…. I’d love to play both Peter and Mozzie for an episode. Peter, because it would be fun to be on the other end of things, and Mozzie because he has the easiest work schedule and gets to be funny all the time.
M: Treat, Tim, and I had to shoot the opening scene twice because of a discrepancy in his makeup continuity.
Q: what is the thing you like the most about neal caffrey?
M: He’s incredibly complicated, but he hides most of his feelings. That’s very challenging to play as an actor, but very fun as well.
USA Renews White Collar, Royal Pains and Covert Affairs
Three USA dramas—Royal Pains, White Collar and Covert Affairs—have officially been renewed, the basic-cable network announced on Tuesday.
The move was expected, as each of those series has proven to be a reliable ratings performer, with the trio ranking among the top 10 basic-cable summer dramas in adults 18-49 (aka the catnip-to-advertisers demo). Collectively, the shows recently helped USA notch a seventh straight win as summer’s No. 1 basic-cable network in all key demos.
“All three of these series have found ways to stay creatively fresh and culturally relevant,” Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel, copresidents of USA Network, said in a statement. “The execution in writing, acting and production is among the best on television. In an increasingly competitive landscape, these series got new season pickups the old-fashioned way — they earned it!”
In making the announcement, the network also revealed that Pains, starring Mark Feuerstein as a doctor to the Hamptons’ elite, received a 26-episode order, which will be spread out over two seasons. Both the Matt Bomer-led Collar and the Piper Perabo-fronted Affairs received 16-episode pickups for their upcoming fifth and fourth seasons respectively.
Spy drama Covert Affairs returns with six new episodes on Oct. 16, while Royal Pains next unspools a two-hour movie, “Off-Season Greetings,” on Dec. 16. Bomer fans will have to be patient a little longer: White Collar doesn’t return until January 2013.