I added photos of Matt at the ‘Charles James: Beyond Fashion’ Costume Institute Gala tonight.
IMPORTANT: Matt will also be appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tomorrow, May 6th.
Check out these videos for “The Normal Heart” that were recently posted by HBO.
Matt is featured on the cover of Details, and I have added high quality scans to the gallery. If the magazine is available to you locally, be sure to pick up a copy! Otherwise, you can also purchase a digital copy on Zinio.
“The Normal Heart” is featured in the May 2014 issue of Vogue.
I have added scans, as well as a photo from the shoot to the gallery.
With the end of his hit show, White Collar, in sight, the 36-year-old actor was looking to take risks, challenge himself, and change how he’s seen. He succeeded on all counts playing an AIDS-afflicted writer in HBO’s adaptation of The Normal Heart. The grueling role took a huge emotional and physical toll, but Bomer wouldn’t have it any other way [read more].
Matt Bomer is the cover star of Out’s June/July issue (available on newsstands May 15), and he spoke with writer Shana Naomi Krochmal about the experience of acting in the long-awaited adaptation of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart directed by Ryan Murphy for HBO. In the film, Matt Bomer plays Felix Turner, who falls victim to the disease as Ned Weeks (Mark Ruffalo) and Dr. Emma Brookner (Julia Roberts) raise hell from opposite ends to figure out what’s happening.
You can read a sneak peek of the interview here.
Check out the latest trailer for “The Normal Heart”, which will air Sunday, May 25th at 9pm/8c on HBO.
I added high quality scans from the April 2014 issue of The Hollywood Reporter where “The Normal Heart” is featured. Thanks to my friends Claudia, Liz, and Holly for teaming up in order to buy the issue on the iPad! If you would like to purchase your own digital copy, you can do so on Zinio.
Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch share why they wanted to be part of Ryan Murphy’s drama that took 30 years to make.
“One of my big hopes is that people whoi did not experience it directly will A have an understanding of what people went through at that time, but even more importantly, that fact that gay mens health crisis and ACT Up really catalyzed the gay rights movement,” says Bomer. “We really stand on the shoulders of these people for the rights we have today.”