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The poster for Magic Mike XXL has been unveiled by Channing Tatum himself on his twitter account. Tatum, who wrote the film and also stars, tweeted out the poster with the caption, “Look, but you can’t touch.”

According to the July issue of GQ, XXL centers around Tatum’s character attending a strippers’ convention inspired by events he attended when he was 19.

The sequel also features Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez, Gabriel Iglesias, Elizabeth Banks, Donald Glover, Amber Heard, Jada Pinkett Smith, Andie MacDowell and Michael Strahan. A trailer might be arrive on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” this afternoon (February 4), since she’s teasing on her twitter account about it as well.

“Matt Bomer Fan” is back!

Luciana
February 3rd, 2015

Hello! Let me introduce myself, my name is Luciana and I will be the new webmaster here at Matt Bomer Fan. I would like to thank Kelly for the big opportunity on running this site and share with you all my admiration to Matt, which I’ve been a fan from years now. The website was offline for a couple of weeks but everything should be working now. I hope I can continue the great work she has done of it from years and do it justice. And, to start (and per Kelly suggestion), I uploaded a new layout with the gorgeous photos featured on Da Man magazine Matt did back in 2013. I’ll work on getting a matching theme in our video archive soon.

During the time this site was offline, Matt won a Golden Globe for his work on The Normal Heart, and a People’s Choice award for his work on White Collar. I will be uploading all new pictures and videos next, so keep checking.

Let me know if there’s any error or missing pictures/links so we can fix it asap.

I added photos of Matt at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards tonight. Thanks to Adele for donating 10 of them! I’ll add more photos tomorrow once I’m able to get them. Unfortunately, Matt did not win Outstanding Supporting Actor In A TV Miniseries/Movie, but “The Normal Heart” did win Best TV Movie, which is fantastic!

New theme!

Kelly
July 27th, 2014

We have a fantastic new theme created by Nicole at NowhereLand9 Design on both the main site and image gallery. I’m sure it comes as quite a shock since we had the previous theme up for a little over 3 years. The multimedia section still has the old theme up until I’m able to make it compatible. I hope you enjoy it!

I added photos of Matt at the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy on July 19th.

Congratulations to Matt who was honored with the coveted Giffoni Award!

PS: More photos will be added when I am able to get them.

After dropping upwards of 40 pounds for his role in “The Normal Heart,” it’s all about love and family right now for Matt Bomer.

Bomer, 36, was “blown away and just so grateful” when his name was announced today as an Emmy Award nominee for best supporting actor for his portrayal of Felix in the HBO adaptation of Larry Kramer’s 1985 play about the onset of the HIV-AIDS crisis among the gay population in New York City.

After the “White Collar” star dropped to an astonishing 130 pounds for the role to show how the disease can ravage the human body — which meant shedding the chiseled features he usually shows off in his hit TV show or movies like “Magic Mike.”

Even though it was a long, difficult road to this apex point — Bomer said all the hard work culminated in one call this morning from his husband Simon Halls.

“I’m in New York and was getting ready to go to work on ‘White Collar.’ I got a phone call from my husband and he shared the news with me,” Bomer said. “It was so great to get to share that moment with him, because I had to separate myself from my family for a while to play this role. I’m sure when I was 130 pounds, I wasn’t always in the best mood, so it was nice to get to share a happy moment with him.”

At first, Bomer admitted he couldn’t even grasp the gravity of an Emmy nomination.

“I couldn’t even speak for the first minute,” he said. “I was overcome with gratitude, just the moment was so profound for me. I’ve been working in TV for 13 years and to have this moment, I was completely overwhelmed and had to collect myself for a bit. Simon knew firsthand how hard I worked on this role, how much we put into it, myself as an actor, and us collectively as a family. it was just really great to get to share that moment with him.”

You can read the entire article here.

I added 6 “White Collar” set photos from June 30th. Thanks to my friend Mary for donating them!

UPDATE! I have added 65 more photos to the gallery.

I added photos of Matt at the 4th Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards on June 19th. Congratulations to Matt for winning Best Supporting Actor in a Movie or Miniseries for “The Normal Heart”, which also won Best Movie! We’re so happy for both you and the film for getting this much deserved recognition.

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PS: I would also like to thank Helen F. for donating $25.00 to the site!

How did you build your onscreen chemistry with Ruffalo?

We were fortunate enough to film things mostly sequentially for the first half of the film, so we stayed in character together on set. Without sounding overly Methody about the whole thing, we just related to each other as Ned and Felix. If it was a scene where we had to be really tender with each other, we would sit together in closer proximity than actors might normally do and tell each other personal stories, so that when the cameras were rolling, we didn’t suddenly have to affect something. It was coming from a place that we had already created.

This is such an emotional role for you. Was it difficult to leave Felix behind at the end of each day?

I don’t want to let go of Felix. Usually by the time I’m done [with a role], I’m like, “OK, let’s close that chapter and move on,” but I don’t want to let go of him because I think he changed me for the better. I grew from getting to play him. What I love about their relationship is it is so symbiotic, because Felix is having trouble with his authenticity but is also incredibly available to intimacy and a real relationship. And Ned is this firebrand who’s completely authentic, and comfortable with who he is, but is terrified of intimacy. Together they help heal each other.

There was a moment when Mark and I — after we finished the wedding scene, which I think was the last thing we filmed together — just held on to each other and sobbed for a good 15 minutes. Not because of anything we had done but because we were a part of this story that was so much bigger than us, and because we knew that this was how a generation of people had to say goodbye to each other. Taking in the gravity of that moment was really overwhelming. It was just one of those things you don’t ever forget.

You can read the rest of the interview here.

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