Hello, friends! Its been a while…
Sorry for disappearing, my computer “died” back in December and it took me all this time to get a new one. Well, things are good now so, let’s get back to updates!
To start, pictures from Matt’s appearances this past months has been added.
Hello, friends! Its been a while…
Before the update, I have a confession to do: I’ve never seen Will & Grace before. I know, I know, inexcusable. Being never a comedy fan myself, I didn’t get the appeal even my friends screaming at me on weekly basis. After watching Anchor Away I know that, indubitably, I was being silly.
So, let’s go to the updates! Check below the episode recap, watch Matt’s scenes and see screen captures added in our gallery. Enjoy!
As “Anchor Away” began, Will attempted to get a cuppa joe from Timothy (Adam Rippon), a barista who was more interested in serving attitude than coffee. While Jack was trying on Will’s “Maddows” — aka glasses — in walked news hunk McCoy Whitman (Bomer). “I fantasize about him every night,” Will admitted, “right about 6:30 and 10:30.” Jack immediately guessed that Will would need his help since McCoy wasn’t into guys who’d use words like “indubitably.” As if, Will replied. But, while he was putting on a show of being dumb to show Jack how dumb doing so was, he got McCoy’s attention. “Stop looking for a pore,” he advised. “You’re not going to find one.” He then asked out Will but wouldn’t give him his number, saying that his smart friend could figure out how to reach him.
That night, Will cooked dinner for McCoy but did it all wrong, according to Jack. His entree, for Pete’s sake, was a dish that only a smart person could even pronounce. Jack’s solution? He’d pretend that they were at his apartment, and he’d prepared the highfalutin dinner. All Will had to do was act like someone fun and frivolous. “Do you know anybody like that?” asked Jack without grasping that his pal had already begun to imitate his mannerisms. When McCoy arrived, Jack played the role of Will as best he could. And Will… he made his entrance asking, “Who’s easy on the eyes and hard everywhere else?” Ah, he was perfect for McCoy. Over dinner, Will did a spectacular Jack impression. He even gave himself his own one-man show. When Jack realized that Will was imitating him, he appeared at first to be upset. Then he huffed, “I have never in my 34 years… been so deeply, deeply flattered.” And since he and Estefan were monogamish, he wanted Will to tap McCoy so that he could enjoy him vicariously. Not that he’d ever use a word like vicariously!
As the episode drew to a close, Will gave Jack the signal to beat it so that he could make his move on McCoy. Before Jack left, though, the newsman got a call from Kellyanne Conway and posed a legal question to law professor Jack, who insisted that if he had any more degrees, he’d be a thermometer. But since the only law he knew anything about was Jude, the jig was up: McCoy realized that Jack, not Will, was the idiot. When Will stood up for his buddy, and Jack admitted to McCoy that he was unavailable, the date was well and truly over. As McCoy left, Will pegged him as insecure — that was why he couldn’t date his intellectual equals. When Jack departed next, he stopped grumbling about not having gotten to sleep with McCoy through just Will long enough to say to his pal, “Thanks for not letting him call me an idiot” — and shut the door on his own face. (TV Line)
Matt’s first episode on Will & Grace aired last night and the queer youtube channel Queerty published an interview with Matt and Adam Rippon, which you can watch below:
“Jonathan” tells the story of two brothers whose personalities are housed in one body. Jonathan, an aspiring architect, is conscious from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., while John, who works as a temp at a law firm, has the night life to himself between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. At the end of every shift (which includes four hours of sleep), each leaves a video to fill the other in.
Both brothers are played by Ansel Elgort, who — with a few noticeable mannerisms and some rigorous hair brushing — makes each character distinct. Still, the movie, the feature debut of Bill Oliver, unfolds primarily from the hyper-organized Jonathan’s perspective. Jonathan, feeling tired, suspects that John isn’t telling him everything. A private investigator reveals the problem: a girlfriend, Elena (Suki Waterhouse), with whom Jonathan eventually becomes involved as well.
The private investigator is played by Matt Bomer (credited here as Matthew Bomer) and he has only one scene, mostly released as a clip.
Check screen captures added in our gallery. The movie is out now by VOD.
NBC released promotional images for the first episode Matt will guest star. Its titled Anchor Away and will air next December 6. Check it:
Last week Titans aired the episode titled Doom Patrol, in which we could see the first look of the team behind the new DC Universe show. With it, we could see Negative Man – and the scene was beyond amazing, as you can watch below:
As previously announced, Matt will voice over the character, and we will see him in flashbacks scenes as Larry Trainor. Larry is a former pilot, who crashed into negative energy and is now wrapped in bandages from head to toe.
On upcoming episodes I’ll only upload captures with the flashback scenes, but since this is the first (and apparently only one) on Titans, you can check Matthew Zuk as the Negative Man scenes in our gallery.
Black Tie Co-Chairs Nathan Robbins and David Gifford-Robbins this week announced two additional headliners for the 37th annual fundraising gala on Nov. 3: award-winning actor/producer/director Matt Bomer and transgender pop star Kim Petras.
The two join other recently announced honorees Madame Secretary star and Black Tie’s Media Award winner Erich Bergen, TV personality and Black Tie’s Ally Award winner Jessi Cruickshank, and local LGBT activist and Kuchling Humanitarian Award winner Kay Wilkinson.
Bomer is “not only amazing actor, he has also become a trusted voice for the LGBTQ dinner, and we are excited that he is bringing that commitment to Black Tie Dinner,” Robbins said. “He is a strong advocate and role model for the LGBTQ dinner, and we are honored to bring his story to our dinner this year.”
Black Tie Dinner has, since its inception in 1982, raised more than $22 million for local organizations supporting the LGBT and HIV/AIDS communities and for the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. This year’s event takes place Nov. 3 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. For tickets and more information visit BlackTie.org.
It was announced yesterday that Matt, who was cast for one episode on this Will & Grace season, will be returning for three additional episodes as Will’s (Eric McCormack) suitor McCoy Whitman.
Bomer’s Whitman is a smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor who dates Will (McCormack).
Will & Grace returned October 4 for its 18-episode second season and already has been renewed for an 18-episode third (11th overall).
Hello, friends! Check our gallery, that was updated with pictures of Matt attending, last night, the GLSEN Respect Awards. he was joined by friend and co-stars Debra Messing, Charlie Carver and also Ryan Murphy.
The event is hosted by The Berlanti Family Foundation – which is dedicated to improving the lives and personal stories of all LGBTQIA people and their straight allies through education, the arts, medicine and other social services.
Last Friday (October 12) Matt attended the premiere of Papi Chulo during BFI London Film Festival. You can watch the Q&A placed after the screening below, and head over our gallery for some HQ images.