I added 8 “White Collar” Episode 3×2 stills.
Sharif Atkins from “White Collar” is Operation Smile’s newest Smile Ambassador and is hosting a donation drive with the goal of repairing the smile of 20 children. Each person who donates at least $5 will be entered to win lunch with him in New York City and a tour of the set of USA Network’s smash hit “White Collar.” The prize includes two coach airline tickets and two nights hotel stay in NYC. There is no limit on how much you can give or the number of times you can contribute to this important cause. Donate today, donate often and tell your family, friends and followers to donate too! Be sure to follow Sharif on Twitter and also Operation Smile to keep up with this campaign. For more information and to donate, please click here.
I added 11 HQ “White Collar” set photos from today.
PS: Thanks to my friend Crayen for donating them!
White Collar returned last night for its third season and, lord, they didn’t waste any time getting right back into the action, huh? So, since we lovelovelove USA’s crafty con drama and what is being set up with this Nazi treasure mystery, the Watercooler has decided to devote today’s column to a chat with star Matt Bomer about what’s coming up and why Neal may not be such a good guy after all. (But shhh, don’t tell Peter!)
TV Guide Magazine: OK, three seasons in… are you still having fun?
Matt Bomer: Oh I’m having a blast. Whenever you get to work with writing that inspires you? You’re only as good as the writing you get to work on. Not to take anything away from interpretation because that’s really important, as well. But great writing, you know, it motivates you.
You can read the rest of the article here.
I added 436 “White Collar” Episode 3×1 captures.
I also added 3 video clips and you can view them here.
PS: What a fantastic episode! Looking forward to watching the rest of Season 3.
“White Collar” Season 3 premieres tonight at 9/8c.
Be sure to order the “White Collar” Season 2 DVD online or pick it up in stores today!
Check out this video too: Matt Dekay & Tim Bomer singing (sorta) shout out
I also added 4 “White Collar” set photos of Matt and Eliza from today. Thanks Crayen!
Update: I added 20 MQ photos and also 2 HQ photos donated by my friend Dbiloo.
There’s a touch of larceny in all of us.
Matt Bomer, star of USA’s White Collar, thinks that’s the key to his show’s appeal.
“Anyone who has ever been a 4-year-old or a teenager wanting something from his parents innately has what it takes to be a con artist,” says Bomer, who plays a con man turned crime consultant for the FBI.
The it-takes-a-thief-to-catch-a-thief series begins its third season of capers at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
In the twist-filled return, Bomer’s character, the always impeccably dressed Neal Caffrey, finds himself pulled in two directions. As the season progresses, we’ll find out which impulse, the desire to be a good guy or to return to his criminal ways, is stronger.
We chatted with Bomer, a native Texan (born and raised in Spring), about the new season:
There’s a famous Laurence Olivier quote: “What is acting but lying and what is good acting but convincing lying?” As an actor who plays a con artist, do you agree?
“It is strikingly similar in many ways, between acting and a good con. You have to know who you’re personifying. You have to know who your mark is and what you want from them. You have to do a lot of homework and research to make it as specific as possible to be able to pull it off. Of course, I don’t think I have the chutzpah to pull off the high-stake cons that Neal does!”
You can read the rest of the interview here.
I added photos of Matt at the 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards tonight.
PS: Thanks Crayen for donating most of the HQ photos!