Matt Bomer talks AHS with Collider

Matt talked to Collider about American Horror Story, and his trust for show co-creator Ryan Murphy, having been a big fan of the show from the beginning, his experience guesting on Freak Show, the vibe on set, what it’s like to have Kathy Bates playing his mother, and finding himself in a love triangle with Lady Gaga and Finn Wittrock. He also talked about why it’s so important to him to tell Montgomery Clift’s story, via biopic for HBO.

About knowing beforehand what would be his character on AHS:
“I did it completely blind. I think we had agreed to it shortly after I did the guest spot on Freak Show. It’s actually gone through a couple of different incarnations since then. Once they had a theme and a setting, he reached out and told me who I’d be working with, what the theme would be, and filled me in on what I needed to know, but that’s it. The rest I just trusted him with.”

About working with Kathy Bates:
She’s such an icon for me. I’m just watching and learning. For this job, specifically, I’ve really had to come to set in character because otherwise I’m going to be geeking out in the middle of a scene going, “Oh, my god, I can’t believe I’m doing a scene with Kathy Bates!” So, I’m just trying to stay in it when I’m there.

About his character, Donovan:
Donovan is a resident of the Hotel Cortez. He is someone who, like many Angelenos, I would imagine, his dreams didn’t all quite pan out the way he thought they would. He has a misunderstanding of his power, and very complicated relationships with women, in general, and specifically his mother, played by Kathy Bates. I think that bleeds into his relationships with all women, as the defining relationship of his life.

About the Montgomery Clift biopic:
To me, I have such an empathy and respect for who he was, as a person and an artist, at a time when it was very difficult to be that, in this industry. But more than even the social aspect, I have such respect for his dedication toward artistry. It was unparalleled. I can relate to his work ethic. Sadly, from 0 to 30, there’s a very low recognition factor for who he was. He was really one of the first people to usher in an entirely new school of acting in cinema that was hyper-realistic. He hit the scene before [Marlon] Brando and [James] Dean. I just feel like it’s a life that we can’t discount and forget. It’s important to me that the right version of that story, that we collectively feel pays homage to him in the right way, be told.

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Matt On Fatherhood, Lady Gaga, and Those Pesky Penis Socks


Matt gave an interview to Details magazine, published this Monday (6), to promote American Horror Story. He talks about Stefani (Lady Gaga, for us!), fatherhood, the gay scene in Hollywood and more. Check some excerpts:

DETAILS: Your haircut in the show is pretty spiffy. What made you go with that?
It was very important for the character to have a haircut that was of the time. The Countess gets bored very easily so you always have to keep her satisfied and engaged, and you have to be up to speed with the latest trends. It’s not quite a mullet, it’s more of a variation of that Prohibition Era, ’30’s styled hair.

DETAILS: How is fatherhood? You’ve got three sons, right?
Yup, it’s great. It’s the greatest gift I’ve ever been given. It’s the most challenging thing I’ve ever been thrown. It’s something that keeps both of us [he and his husband Simon Halls] on our toes every day, especially with three boys, but it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me.
DETAILS: Are you going to have some more kids? Maybe a little girl?
Honestly, given my work schedule and having three boys and all that entails in terms of getting them to school and practices and playdates on time, I think it would be highly, highly ambitious of me and maybe not entirely level headed to take on another child at this particular time.

DETAILS: Lastly, what do you think of the status of openly gay actors in Hollywood today?
I think it’s great. It’s amazing what I’ve seen happen, especially in the past five years. There is a generation growing up now that blows my mind in terms of the equanimity that they bring to every conversation that I have with them and every situation that I’m in with them. There’s an entire generation of artists coming up who don’t really care what your personal life is. They want to know what you’re going to bring to the material. So, I’m very optimistic and hopeful when it comes to the future.

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“Magic Mike XXL” Clips & Screencaptures

Last September 22 Magic Mike XXL was released in Digital HD on several sources as Google Play, Amazon Video, iTunes and CinemaNow. Next Tuesday (October 6) the film will be available on Blu-Ray/DVD, which contain the following features:

Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack (including UltraViolet):
The Moves of Magic Mike XXL
Extended Malik Dance Scene

The Moves of Magic Mike XXL

Our gallery was updated with over 600 HD screencaptures from the digital HD copy, and five clips containing Matt scenes has also been added to our (currently being rebuild) video archive. Remember, the clips won’t contain all Matt’s scenes, so to check them all, get your DVD/Blu-Ray/Digital copy!

Matt talks about Lady Gaga on AHS:Hotel Red Carpet

If he wasn’t clear before, Matt sure loves Lady Gaga. In an interview to PopSugar last night on American Horror Story: Hotel premiere red carpet, Matt gushes about his on-screen co-star and friend: “Just in case you’re wondering, (working with Lady Gaga) it’s everything, and then some, and then more in top of that with an extra help on top of that.
Matt also told he’s fan of the show since season one, and he’s also a huge horror movie fan – he did mention Halloween and Jaws, pointing it’s hard to pick since he grew up on the 80’s, and more recently he mentioned The Babadock.

Watch the whole interview in our video archive, plus screen captures added in the gallery.

(Photos) Premiere Screening Of FX’s ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’


Matt attended yesterday in Los Angeles the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel, joined by husband Simon Halls and the whole AHS cast and crew. There was also a screening of the first episode, and reviews has been great so far. The first episode of American Horror Story: Hotel airs on Wednesday (October 7) at 10/9c on FX .

Check the pictures of the arrivals in our gallery: