Matt at “Lunch with Bruce”

Matt visited yesterday Lunch with Bruce, at SiriusMX radio. The program aired today, and he said he was celibate on college.

“It’s so sad. I wish I had that time back. Don’t be celibate in college, man,” he told Bruce Bozzi, laughing. “Well see, my freshman year I was still dating girls, so I had some sexual relationships going on there, but then I cut it off at a certain point. I was like, eh, now I’m going to focus on the craft, figure this out, not hurt anybody and get my s*** together, basically.”

Matt also discussed a more serious topic: realizing his truth as a gay man.

“I was working at the Utah Shakespeare Festival after my sophomore year of college, and we had a hair and makeup artist who was a transgender girl and did the entire company’s hair and makeup. Her name is Kennedy,” he said. “She did shows when she was very dolled up, but in her day-to-day life she lived very simply, and she was raised in a Mormon family, which was very conservative.”

Our friend Alejandra recorded the show, and you can listen it below:

“The Nice Guys” Screencaptures

The Nice Guys, Shane Black’s latest film starring Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, Margaret Qualley and Matt Bomer was released yesterday in Digital HD. You can acquire your copy on iTunes and Amazon. Also, in some countries (like Brazil) the film still is on theaters so check to see if you have the chance to watch it on big screen.

Screen captures of Matt’s scenes as John Boy are added to our gallery. Beware for spoilers, avoid it if you didn’t see the film yet.

Comedy Central’s Junketeers with Matt Bomer

Matt did a cameo in a Comedy Central’s Junketeers episode, titled Danny Boy. Junketeers is a eight-episode series created and produced by Josh Horowitz, a longtime MTV News correspondent, and Ben Lyons, a former correspondent at E! and Extra, and stars Brian Unger, Barak Hardley, Austin Lyon, Phil Augusta Jackson and Amanda Lund as self-absorbed Hollywood reporters struggling to extract quotes from movie stars.

Each 5-minute episode of “Junketeers” centers on the five journos hitting the junket circuit, with the series featuring cameos by Josh Duhamel, Kristen Bell, Gillian Jacobs, Chloe Grace Moretz, Eli Roth, Emily Ratajkowski, Tom Felton and Matt Bomer. All episodes are available on their youtube channel.

AHS Season 6 Theme Revealed?

The premiere date of AHS Season 6 has been unveiled – September 14 – and several teasers has been surfacing, dropping clues on what would be the theme of next season.

Yesterday, TMZ got its hands on the first images from the set of season six, in Santa Clarita, California. One of the creepy clues is a photo of a tree with the word “CROATOAN” carved into the bark. The detail is a dead giveaway that the show will have something to do with the mystery of Roanoke, the North Carolina colony where, in 1590, 117 people disappeared with no explanation. The word “CROATOAN” is the name of a North Carolinian Indian tribe and was carved into a tree in Roanoke, the only clue left behind after the disappearance.

And to make more playful, let’s remember that all AHS seasons are linked at some sort of way and back on Season 1, Sarah Paulson’s psychic character, Billie Dean, already mentioned it, as pointed by Vanity Fair.

It’s difficult to banish a spirit, but not impossible. The most successful attempt I know of happened when America was known as the new world.

In 1590, on the coast of what we now know as North Carolina, the entire colony of Roanoke—all 117 men, women, and children—died inexplicably. It became known as the ghost colony because the spirits remained. They haunted the native tribes living in the surrounding areas. Killing indiscriminately. The elder knew he had to act. He cast a banishment curse. First he collected the personal belongings of all the dead colonists. Then they burned them. The ghosts appeared, summoned by their talismans. But before the spirits could cause them any more harm, the elder completed the curse that would banish the ghosts forever. By uttering a single word. The same word found carved on a post at the abandoned colony. “Croatoan.”

Exciting! Check the Vanity Fair article for more clues, and don’t forget, American Horror Story Season 6 premieres September 14 on FX.

“The Magnificent Seven” Promotional Images

With the announcement of “The Magnificent Seven” to close the Venice Festival next September 10th, and to open TIFF festival next September 08th, promotional images has started to pop up, and we have now two production stills of Matt Bomer added in our gallery. Also, hight quality posters are also added.

‘The Last Tycoon’ Drama Picked Up To Series By Amazon

Via Deadline – With a well-known title and formidable lead cast, Amazon’s The Last Tycoon pilot has been a strong contender for a series pickup. Now the project, toplined by Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer and Rosemarie DeWitt, has been ordered to series by the streaming service, I have learned. It comes from Sony TV’s TriStar Television. I hear Amazon’s other drama pilot from the batch, The Interestings, is not going forward.

Written and directed by Billy Ray based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final unfinished novel, The Last Tycoon was inspired by the life of film mogul Irving Thalberg, on whom the book’s protagonist Monroe Stahr was based. The project centers on Stahr (Bomer), Hollywood’s first wunderkind studio executive in the 1930s as he climbs to the height of power pitting him against his mentor and current head of the studio, the brawny, imposing, charming and vain Pat Brady (Grammer), a character based on Louis B. Mayer. Having come from the streets, Brady has no intention of returning to his misfortune, and is determined to make sure his studio is successful, no matter what personal morals he compromises. Dewitt plays Pat Brady’s wife, Rose Brady, who may be involved with Stahr.