NBC released promotional images for the first episode Matt will guest star. Its titled Anchor Away and will air next December 6. Check it:
Last week Titans aired the episode titled Doom Patrol, in which we could see the first look of the team behind the new DC Universe show. With it, we could see Negative Man – and the scene was beyond amazing, as you can watch below:
As previously announced, Matt will voice over the character, and we will see him in flashbacks scenes as Larry Trainor. Larry is a former pilot, who crashed into negative energy and is now wrapped in bandages from head to toe.
On upcoming episodes I’ll only upload captures with the flashback scenes, but since this is the first (and apparently only one) on Titans, you can check Matthew Zuk as the Negative Man scenes in our gallery.
Black Tie Co-Chairs Nathan Robbins and David Gifford-Robbins this week announced two additional headliners for the 37th annual fundraising gala on Nov. 3: award-winning actor/producer/director Matt Bomer and transgender pop star Kim Petras.
The two join other recently announced honorees Madame Secretary star and Black Tie’s Media Award winner Erich Bergen, TV personality and Black Tie’s Ally Award winner Jessi Cruickshank, and local LGBT activist and Kuchling Humanitarian Award winner Kay Wilkinson.
Bomer is “not only amazing actor, he has also become a trusted voice for the LGBTQ dinner, and we are excited that he is bringing that commitment to Black Tie Dinner,” Robbins said. “He is a strong advocate and role model for the LGBTQ dinner, and we are honored to bring his story to our dinner this year.”
Black Tie Dinner has, since its inception in 1982, raised more than $22 million for local organizations supporting the LGBT and HIV/AIDS communities and for the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. This year’s event takes place Nov. 3 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. For tickets and more information visit BlackTie.org.
It was announced yesterday that Matt, who was cast for one episode on this Will & Grace season, will be returning for three additional episodes as Will’s (Eric McCormack) suitor McCoy Whitman.
Bomer’s Whitman is a smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor who dates Will (McCormack).
Will & Grace returned October 4 for its 18-episode second season and already has been renewed for an 18-episode third (11th overall).
Hello, friends! Check our gallery, that was updated with pictures of Matt attending, last night, the GLSEN Respect Awards. he was joined by friend and co-stars Debra Messing, Charlie Carver and also Ryan Murphy.
The event is hosted by The Berlanti Family Foundation – which is dedicated to improving the lives and personal stories of all LGBTQIA people and their straight allies through education, the arts, medicine and other social services.
Last Friday (October 12) Matt attended the premiere of Papi Chulo during BFI London Film Festival. You can watch the Q&A placed after the screening below, and head over our gallery for some HQ images.
We’ve been begging DC to cast Matt Bomer as Nightwing for years. It seems DC enjoyed our input but decided to cast him in another project instead. He joined the Titans spinoff series Doom Patrol, as Negative Man. Bomer’s casting was announced Wednesday by Fraser at the Titans world premiere at New York Comic-Con. The actor surprised fans with a video greeting from the show’s Atlanta set.
Due in 2019, the live-action drama is based on the DC Comics title of the same name. The project revolves around superhero outcasts Robotman (Brendan Fraser), Negative Man, Elasti-Woman (April Bowlby) and Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero), who are led by modern-day mad scientists Dr. Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton) and Cyborg (Joivan Wade). Alan Tudyk stars as Mr. Nobody.
Bomer will take on the role of Negative Man, appearing as alter ego Larry Trainor in flashback scenes and providing the character’s voiceover. Matthew Zuk will take on the physical performance of the character on set in costume. He replaces Riley Shanahan, who was previously poised to provide the physical performance of Fraser’s Robotman.
NBC released its pre-shows videos earlier today and, obviously, Will & Grace is among them. We have the first look of Matt on screen – with Will being all of us, forgetting our names when meeting him. Check it below:
Say after me: I love festivals! It drive us nuts trying to find everything that’s being published but still, we’re always getting new stuff.
Today Matt still is in Toronto, this time promoting Viper Club, and he attended the Directv Studio. There’s no much pictures available yet, but we have the first ones in our gallery. Enjoy!
A fwew months ago it was announced that Matt was working alongside Susan Sarandon in a new project. Today the trailer for Viper Club was released!
ER nurse Helen Sterling (Susan Sarandon) struggles to free her grown son, a journalist captured by terrorists in the Middle East. After hitting walls with the FBI and state agencies, she discovers a clandestine community of journalists, advocates, and philanthropist who might be able to help.
The film will open in selected theaters on October 26th, and will be on Youtube Premium in 2019. Matt announced on Instagram the movie premiere will be tomorrow on TIFF.