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He’s anything but ordinary, and he’s particularly extraordinary in his new HBO film, “The Normal Heart.” MATT BOMER is here! The “White Collar” hunk puts everything he’s got into his work, that means stripping down to his chiseled chest in “Magic Mike” and dropping an astounding 40 pounds to portray a man dying of AIDS in his powerful new project. Of this story of love, heartbreak and change, Matt said reading the script saved his life, and he’s got many thoughts to share with Ellen when they catch up!

05. 21. 14
Posted by Kelly

Matt on The “Frank” Show

Matt Bomer joins the “Frank” Show to talk about his latest project – HBO’s “The Normal Heart” – his hit USA series “White Collar and so much more.

I added photos of Matt at “The Normal Heart” Premiere tonight.

Thanks to my friends Mary, Holly, and Claudia for donating most of the photos!

Update: I have added over 100 more photos and also re-ordered them. You may need to hit your refresh button in your browser when viewing the gallery in order to see all the changes.

Here is an interview Matt did on the red carpet as well. I’ll post more videos here as I find them.

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Here is a video of Matt appearing on Live! With Kelly and Michael today.

“The Normal Heart” tells the story of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early ’80s. Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons and Ryan Murphy discuss adapting the Tony Award-winning play for an HBO film.

05. 13. 14
Posted by Kelly

Matt Bomer on Good Morning America

Thanks to my friends Mary and Claudia for donating the photos!

05. 07. 14
Posted by Kelly

Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Check out the video of Matt appearing on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night.

I have also added a couple of high quality stills to the gallery.

Check out these videos for “The Normal Heart” that were recently posted by HBO.

04. 18. 14
Posted by Kelly

The Normal Heart: Trailer

Check out the latest trailer for “The Normal Heart”, which will air Sunday, May 25th at 9pm/8c on HBO.

Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch share why they wanted to be part of Ryan Murphy’s drama that took 30 years to make.

“One of my big hopes is that people whoi did not experience it directly will A have an understanding of what people went through at that time, but even more importantly, that fact that gay mens health crisis and ACT Up really catalyzed the gay rights movement,” says Bomer. “We really stand on the shoulders of these people for the rights we have today.”

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