While in Toronto, Matt did several interviews which leads to several portraits. The first ones has started to pop up and you can check them in our gallery.
The first reviews for Papi Chulo are out, and Variety has posted a great one.
“Papi Chulo” is the kind of movie that seems even better in retrospect because, when you replay it in your mind, you better realize the many ways it could have turned silly or simplistic, and appreciate how nimbly it avoided the pitfalls. Even while you’re watching it, you can be impressed by scenes that bring out the best in both Bomer and Patiño. At one point, as the two men are more than a little drunk and being driven to their respective homes after a party, Sean and Ernesto start singing and swaying to Madonna’s “Borderline.” There is a moment when this stops being a scene, and just is. And in that moment, “Papi Chulo” sneaks up on you and seals the deal: It’s not going where you might expect, or even want, it to go, but you will believe it when it gets there.
Make sure to read the full review at the source. It’s great to see another Matt project getting great reviews! We can’t wait to see this movie.
Matt attended last night in Toronto The Hollywood Foreign Press Association And InStyle Party, and we have now some pictures added in our gallery.
Today was a busy day for Matt on TIFF. Earlier today he attended the Variety Studio to chat about Papi Chulo. Check pictures in our gallery.
Matt joined Alejandro Patino and John Butler tonight at the premiere of his newest movie Papi Chulo at the TIFF festival. Check in our gallery some HQ images.
Today was ‘Papi Chulo’ day on TIFF and Matt joined Alejandro Patino and John Butler at the IMDb Studio, for a funny interview that you can watch below. Also, some HQ images has been added in our gallery.
Debra Messing shared on her instagram the first look of Matt Bomer on set of his guest starring episode, and he posted on his instagram with a very cute message with it. Check it:
It’s difficult to describe how surreal it is to be on a set with this phenomenal cast that has been a part of my life for almost 20 years, and done so much to shape the culture in a way that has affected my life profoundly. I’m happy to say that they don’t disappoint- they are the warmest, kindest people you could hope to work with. @driverminnie and @adaripp Are both fantastic as well. Excited for you all to see! @therealdebramessing @seanhayes @eric_mccormack @meganomullally @nbcwillandgrace #willandgrace
Matt Bomer is set to guest star in an upcoming episode of Will & Grace for season two of the revival series!
The 40-year-old actor will play a love interest for Eric McCormack‘s character Will. Matt‘s role is described as a “smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor who dates Will.”
In the same episode, Adam Rippon will be making a cameo appearance as himself and Minnie Driver will return as “Lorraine Finster, Karen’s nemesis/stepdaughter. Karen seeks her out at the strip club Lorraine works at to try and get more money in her divorce settlement.”
The new season of Will & Grace premieres on Thursday, October 4 at 9pm on NBC.
Dream come true!! https://t.co/RBuCwAwTS9
— Matt Bomer (@MattBomer) August 23, 2018
Anything, the movie written and directed by Timothy McNeil and starred by Matt Bomer, John Carroll Lynch and Maura Tierney was released on Digital Release (Amazon Video / iTunes / Fandango Now / Vudu) in June. Finally I was able to get it, so screen captures has been added to our gallery.
ANYTHING is an unconventional romance about Earl, a middle-aged widower who moves to Los Angeles to be with family, and who asserts his independence by renting an apartment in a sketchy neighborhood full of “colorful” characters. Most colorful of all is Frida, a transgender next door neighbor who happens to find Earl-the quintessential Southern Gentleman-just as exotic as he finds her. Forming a relationship that is at once unexpected and inevitable, this mismatched pair give each other much-needed trust, respect… and more.
The cast of The Boys In The Band pose with cute dogs while attending the 2018 Broadway Barks on Saturday (July 14) in New York City.
The guys – Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Tuc Watkins, Charlie Carver, Michael Benjamin Washington, Brian Hutchison, and Andrew Rannells – stepped out for the event which “aims to aid hundreds of NYC shelter animals find permanent homes by informing New Yorkers about the thousands of pets in need in the metropolitan area.”
Check pictures in our gallery, thanks to the help of my friend Marilia.