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SUPERMAN: UNBOUND Role: Superman/Clark Kent Status: Completed On DVD/Blu-ray: 5/7/13
WINTER'S TALE Role: Peter Lake's Father Status: Filming In Theaters: N/A
SPACE STATION 76 Role: Ted Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
THE NORMAL HEART Role: Felix Turner Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: N/A
WHITE COLLAR Role: Neal Caffrey Status: Filming Airing: Hiatus
Gloria Votsis (Alex) was recently interviewed by TVDoneWright.com and mentioned Matt.
You jumped into White Collar and immediately shared a lot of screen time with Matt Bomer — can you talk about what it’s like to work with him? Did you two have a natural chemistry?
GV: Matt and I had a very natural chemistry from the on-set, that made working with him that much more rewarding. Off-camera, we are both total goof balls. He has me cracking up constantly. So when it’s time to work on-camera, it’s easy to connect with him.
Q: You came onto the show while Neal’s love interest, Kate, was still alive, yet it’s pretty clear that Alex has feelings for Neal. Would you like to see them together eventually?
GV: Alex and Neal have a special relationship. In the past they were romantically involved and they still remain friends. Their bond runs deep, because there is a mutual respect and caring for one another. As the season progresses, we will gain more insight into their relationship.
Matt will be honored with the “Breakthrough Actor in TV” award on Sunday (August 15) in Los Angeles at the 2010 Breakthrough of the Year Awards presented by Crest 3D White.
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I have finally added scans of Matt featured in Flaunt Magazine #110. I delayed posting the scans because I wanted to generate more interest in buying the magazine to support Matt. If you are interested in buying the magazine, please click here for details.
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KF: People magazine has named you “the sexiest rising star.” What qualities do you think make a person sexy?
MB: I would say confidence and security and comfortability in one’s own skin. I think that’s so attractive. Truly. I think when someone knows who they are and is comfortable and confident with that, I think a lot of the typical, aesthetic things sort of fall by the wayside.
KF: For people who haven’t got on board yet, why should they watch White Collar?
MB: You should be watching White Collar because it’s a fun, intelligent procedural infused with a lot of great character writing by Jeff Eastin. I think it stands out from any other show like it on TV right now, and that’s pretty much all due to him and the writing and the witty banter and the cases that come up every week. The great thing is, if you’ve never seen it before, you can jump right in, and you’re not going to be lost. And, like I said, the writing has gotten stronger this season, and we’re all really settling into our characters. Everybody is unbelievably excited about it.
I added 16 more “White Collar” Episode 2×4 stills. A big thanks to clichejuice for donating them!
Writer @aliceandjeff also posted a new photo of Matt on set. The glasses are back!
PS: Matt is no longer scheduled to appear on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight. I will record it just in case and will let everyone know if and when he is scheduled to appear again. Such a bummer! I was really looking forward to watching it.
It’s a blistering summer afternoon in New York City: 98 degrees radiating off every surface, a day that makes even the most committed New Yorker wish he were anywhere, anyone, else. But Matt Bomer isn’t sweating. The 32-year-old actor has been shooting White Collar outside since 8AM, but breezing into an Italian bistro two blocks from the set, he’s the picture of cool. In a white V-neck T-shirt, gray shorts, boat shoes and a straw pork-pie hat, he’s in the seasonal uniform of the fashionable young urban dude, accessorized with thick-rimmed black glasses that evoke Clark Kent (ironic, considering that he was originally cast, then cast aside, as Superman in the most recent movie version of the franchise).
“Growing up in Houston gave me the wherewithal to withstand humidity,” he says with a grin, settling in for his first in-person magazine interview. In fact, Bomer seems well prepared to take the heat literally and figuratively, navigating with aplomb a path to stardom fraught with potentially devastating career setbacks—and relentless questions about his private life.
On USA’s White Collar, which airs through October, Bomer plays Neal Caffrey, an upscale criminal turned FBI agent. The show is a breakout, as is Bomer, who’s one of the most buzzed-about stars of the last few TV seasons. Named People magazine’s “Sexiest Newcomer,” he was also featured as the “Must List Summer Crush” in Entertainment Weekly—tipping a water bottle over his torso with pinup panache, his abs rippling through a soaked T-shirt. And he landed the cover of TV Guide in June. He modestly attributes all the attention he’s getting to the winning character Collar’s producers created for him. “We can all be con artists at one time or another,” he says casually, taking a hearty swallow of iced coffee.
In person, Bomer looks a bit ruddier and slighter than on screen, more regular-guy; he’s one of those performers who seem to conduct electricity in front of a camera. In conversation, he’s engaged and engaging, with an actor’s expansiveness—much animation, many hand gestures—and a screenwriter’s vocabulary (he calls living in New York City after 9/11 “a diaspora” and the People accolade “flattering, but not a meritocratic achievement”). Overall, his vibe is that of the high-school jock everybody liked, who sat in the back of the cafeteria drawing in his notebook. Which is essentially what he was.