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SUPERMAN: UNBOUND Role: Superman/Clark Kent Status: Completed On DVD/Blu-ray: 5/7/13
WINTER'S TALE Role: Peter Lake's Father Status: Filming In Theaters: N/A
SPACE STATION 76 Role: Ted Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
THE NORMAL HEART Role: Felix Turner Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: N/A
WHITE COLLAR Role: Neal Caffrey Status: Filming Airing: Hiatus
I added 150 more photos of Matt from various events to the gallery. Thanks to Laura for donating 1 photo from the “In Time” premiere and for alerting me about Matt attending the 2012 NFLPA Pulse Awards yesterday. I would also like to thank Verena and Stephanie for donating a majority of the rest of the photos!
Update: Thanks to Crayen, Matt’s photos from NBC’s Today show have been replaced with HQ versions.
PS: We have now reached 42,000+ images in the gallery!
Julia Roberts and Alec Baldwin, plus White Collar star Matt Bomer and Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons, are joining Mark Ruffalo in the autobiographical drama, written by Larry Kramer, that details the rise of HIV/AIDS in New York’s gay community in the 1980s. Murphy, who hit mainstream success with Glee, is directing from a script by Kramer.
Ryan Murphy is putting together an all-star cast for his latest film project, the big-screen adaptation of the Tony Award-winning drama The Normal Heart, being produced by Brad Pitt’s Plan B shingle.
The play won the Tony for best revival last year, as well as best supporting actor and best supporting actress (for John Benjamin Hickey and Ellen Barkin, respectively). It also garnered nominations for best actor and best directing. It was originally staged Off-Broadway in 1985 and has seen several revivals in London and Los Angeles.
Bomer’s character is that of Felix Turner, a gay fashion journalist who becomes Week’s boyfriend and tragically contracts the disease. Bomer will be stepping into the shoes that won Hickey his Tony.
White Collar/Royal Pains Winter Return Celebration Dinner
Matt and Mark Feuerstein hosted an intimate dinner on January 17th to celebrate the winter return of USA Network’s hit series “White Collar” and “Royal Pains”. Thanks to my friend Claudia for donating the photos!
All-Star Cast for West Coast Premiere of Dustin Lance Black’s “8″ Announced
Matt Bomer, Campbell Brown, George Clooney, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Cleve Jones, Christine Lahti, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Rory O’Malley, Rob Reiner, Martin Sheen, Yeardley Smith, and George Takei Will Appear in One Night Only Exclusive Event on March 3, 2012.
“8” is an unprecedented account of the Federal District Court trial in Perry v. Schwarzenegger (now Perry v. Brown), the case filed by AFER to overturn Proposition 8, which stripped gay and lesbian Californians of the fundamental freedom to marry.
George Clooney and Martin Sheen will play plaintiffs’ lead co-counsel David Boies and Theodore B. Olson, the all-star attorneys who notably faced-off in Bush v. Gore. Christine Lahti and Jamie Lee Curtis will play plaintiffs Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, a lesbian couple together for eleven years and the parents of four boys. Matthew Morrison and Matt Bomer will play plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, a gay couple together over ten years.
Matt Bomer on Playing a Stripping Ken Doll and Getting Licked in Magic Mike
Your friend and Magic Mike co-star Joe Manganiello guest-stars in an upcoming episode of White Collar. He asks you at one point, “Do you like strip clubs?” and then he takes you to one. Had you done Magic Mike already when you shot this?
No, and we didn’t know that we would be. How crazy is that? [Chuckles.] I didn’t know we’d be going down the Dionysian rabbit hole together. We had no idea. It was literally synchronicity. But I’ve known Joe for fifteen years. Having him in Magic Mike made it a lot easier. He made me feel a lot more comfortable.
You guys went to college together — when you were doing musical theater at Carnegie Mellon. So you already have a dance background …
Yeah, definitely a very different kind of dance! [Someone asks if he means pole dancing.] Not pole dancing. I couldn’t do that! Women do different routines. Male strip clubs are more of a show. The production value was actually surprisingly high. The difference between men at strip clubs and women at strip clubs is that when women go, they want more of an experience. They also go in packs, and they go to laugh. But hey, it’s high time we turn the tables and objectify some men! And we’re all different types. Variety is the spice of life! It’s not just beefcake. We needed a skinny man, too! But I think there will be some surprises in there, and some heart. It’s very Altman-esque, the way the stories come together, and showing that world a lot like Boogie Nights and Saturday Night Fever.
‘White Collar’ Duo Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay Say Season-Ending Cliffhanger Is ‘Biggest’ One Yet
After USA Network launched a two-weeklong digital mystery that asked just that question, stars Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay remained mum on tonight’s resolution, but offered another eye-opening tease. That the past midseason and season finales (i.e. Kate’s plane explosion, Elizabeth’s kidnapping) may pale in comparison to the season 3 ender.
“All we can say is the cliffhanger for the end of season 3 is, in our opinion, the biggest cliffhanger to date,” DeKay told The Hollywood Reporter during winter Television Critics Assoc. press tour. “Which says a lot.”
THR: What was Tim like as a director? (DeKay directed an upcoming baseball episode, airing February, which THR broke in August.)
Bomer: Everything I hoped for. I knew he was going to be great because I watched him over the past year and a half. While he’s still the work he always does, he’s also paying attention to things visually. He did justan amazing job wearing both hats, and it was such a natural fit. It was a blast. It made me want to do great work for him. It was such a perfect episode for him to direct.
DeKay: It takes place in Yankee Stadium for baseball. When Matt and I work together we don’t direct each other necessarily. But we do bounce things off of each other. There was a joy for me as a director to watch Matt on the monitor work with other actors in a scene because I don’t get to do that. I’m either in the trailer or the scene itself so I did it a lot. Some things I don’t really see until it airs.
THR: Was there something that you discovered during that experience?
Bomer: I knew I was going to love it from a collaborative standpoint. When you’re on the right track, so many things fall into place. The storyline was baseball-themed and he had such a history with that. The fact that we were the first production ever to get to shoot in the new Yankee Stadium. Everything came into place. It felt right.
DeKay: The thing that I discovered was how fast we moved as a production shooting episodes.
THR: Did you have a moment where you close to losing it?
DeKay: No. Before I did it, I said to myself, “Make that moment happen. Make sure to trust the machine that’s already moving and the crew and the cast.” There were times when I wanted to freak out.
Bomer, joking: There was that time when you started balling. He didn’t make a big deal. I found him in his trailer. I put his head on my shoulder and said, “Tim,” I rocked him a little bit, “it’s going to be OK.”