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Happy Birthday Matt Bomer!

Kelly
October 11th, 2012

Happy birthday Matt! We’re thinking of you with much love on your birthday, and wishing you everything that brings happiness today and always. We hope you enjoy this video from your many fans throughout the world.

Update! Here is Matt’s wonderful response to his birthday project video. Thank you so much Matt!

I want to thank my incredible fans for all the great birthday wishes. It means so much to me that you took time out to think of me on this day. I’m not sure what I did to deserve such incredible fans, but I’m so thankful to have such a tried and true group of people in my life. This was one of the best gifts I’ve ever received. I know you’re not supposed to talk about your birthday wishes, but one of mine is that all of you and your families have a healthy, happy, joyful year this year and onwards. Lots of love always!

Matt

The actor has booked a guest turn on Murphy’s freshman gay family comedy The New Normal, the prolific showrunner announced Wednesday via Twitter.

Bomer, who guest starred on the third season of Murphy’s Glee as Cooper Anderson, the older brother to Darren Criss’ Blaine, will play the “sexy ex-boyfriend” to Andrew Rannells’ Bryan on the freshman comedy. A specific airdate and episode count for Bomer’s appearance was not immediately available.

Rannells and Justin Bartha co-star as a gay couple who turn to a surrogate (Georgia King) for help growing their family.

The series, which has received a full-season order at NBC, could be heading toward not only a childbirth but a wedding as the on-screen couple based (based on Murphy’s life) got engaged during this week’s episode.

The New Normal airs Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. on NBC.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

I finally added 342 captures from the “White Collar” summer finale. My apologies for the delay!

PS: I’ll be working on the video clips section during the hiatus.

I added 115 fantastic photos of Matt and Simon at the 8th Annual GLSEN Respect Awards last night.

A huge thanks to my wonderful friend Crayen who sent me all the HQ photos!

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PS: More photos will be added within the next few days.

Three USA dramas—Royal Pains, White Collar and Covert Affairs­­—have officially been renewed, the basic-cable network announced on Tuesday.

The move was expected, as each of those series has proven to be a reliable ratings performer, with the trio ranking among the top 10 basic-cable summer dramas in adults 18-49 (aka the catnip-to-advertisers demo). Collectively, the shows recently helped USA notch a seventh straight win as summer’s No. 1 basic-cable network in all key demos.

“All three of these series have found ways to stay creatively fresh and culturally relevant,” Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel, copresidents of USA Network, said in a statement. “The execution in writing, acting and production is among the best on television. In an increasingly competitive landscape, these series got new season pickups the old-fashioned way — they earned it!”

In making the announcement, the network also revealed that Pains, starring Mark Feuerstein as a doctor to the Hamptons’ elite, received a 26-episode order, which will be spread out over two seasons. Both the Matt Bomer-led Collar and the Piper Perabo-fronted Affairs received 16-episode pickups for their upcoming fifth and fourth seasons respectively.

Spy drama Covert Affairs returns with six new episodes on Oct. 16, while Royal Pains next unspools a two-hour movie, “Off-Season Greetings,” on Dec. 16. Bomer fans will have to be patient a little longer: White Collar doesn’t return until January 2013.

Source: E! Online

Matt Bomer Joins Winter’s Tale

Kelly
September 24th, 2012

Akiva Goldsman has already locked in most of the primary cast for his directorial debut Winter’s Tale, but is bolstering the line-up with Matt Bomer, Lucy Griffiths and the legendary Hitchcock veteran Eva Marie Saint.

Tale, adapted by Goldsman himself from Mark Helprin’s novel, follows what happens when a thief (Colin Farrell) breaks into a mansion in Manhattan and falls for the dying young woman (Jessica Brown Findlay) he finds there. But that’s just one aspect of the book, which flits between 19th Century New York and the present day.

Also on board are William Hurt, Russell Crowe and Will Smith, though the latter two will take on smaller roles as a favour to Goldsman.

Bomer and Griffiths are set to play Farrell’s parents (in flashback, naturally, given their ages), while Saint’s role is being kept shrouded in mystery for now. Goldsman aims to kick off filming next month.

Bomer, who is usually found in US TV drama White Collar, enjoyed success this summer as one the strippers in Magic Mike. Griffiths, who has mostly been known for Robin Hood and Collision over here, appeared in the most recent season of True Blood. She’ll also crop up in The Numbers Station. Saint, meanwhile, has largely retired from acting recently, though she did appear in Superman Returns back in 2006.

Source: Empire

I added 386 captures from this week’s episode.

PS: Have you submitted your photo for the Matt Bomer Birthday Project 2012? The deadline is October 1st!

I added 21 more “White Collar” stills from Episode 4×8.

Captures from last night’s episode will be posted either tomorrow or Friday.

I added 404 captures from this week’s episode. My apologies for the delay!

I added 40 “White Collar” stills from Episode 4×9-4×10. Looking forward to these episodes!


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