Matt Bomer Talks In Time

Did you and Andrew ever discuss a detailed back-story for your character Henry?

Matt Bomer: Yes. I had some ideas and he had some ideas and we had a meeting very shortly before I began. I think a couple days before I started shooting where we just bounced some ideas off of each other.  And he took what he liked of my ideas and I took all of his ideas and we just sort of went from there. And it was very specific and to me, it was very tied into the patriarchal nature of this group of elite and wealthy folks in New Grennich.

Are there aspects of what is happening to Henry in the film that you can personally identify with?

Matt Bomer: Yeah! I think that’s usually why you get hired for a certain part. There is generally something about your understanding of life that you relate to with the character. I’m not saying you have to be the person you play. But I understand a lot of things socially, culturally and societaly that I know I, and a lot of other people, would like to see changed, with regards to Henry. I think that’s why Andrew wrote the movie to begin with.

You can read the entire interview here.

Update: Here is a wonderful new “In Time” interview. Thanks Claudia for the tip!

Gallery Update

I added over 100 more photos of Matt to the gallery. This includes publicity photos and magazine scans. Thanks Claudia, Elmira, Chie, Ana, Jen, Debbie, Frank, and anyone else I missed for your help in sending and/or directing me to some of the photos.

PS: Vote for Matt Bomer as your favorite star in “In Time” here!

How Do ‘In Time’ Stars Make The Most Of Their Time?

Check out these two new interviews featuring the “In Time” cast.

“How do you make the most of your time, when … “

On hold with customer service?
“I put [the phone] on speaker and get some work done,” Matt Bomer said.

God forbid, when the Internet goes down?
“You should read a book,” Bomer advised of this worst-case scenario. “Maybe the newspaper, get caught up on current events.”

When waiting at the DMV?
“Power through,” Bomer advised of the always-long lines at the Department of Motor Vehicles. “Whatever you can get done. Sudoku, Maybe?”

You can read the entire interview here.

Additional Interview: Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried Interview, IN TIME

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“In Time” Featurette: The Minutes

“In Time” is in theaters tomorrow, October 28th. Don’t miss it!

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New Video: A Little Time With The Stars Of In Time (Thanks Chie for the tip!)

Update: Check out a new interview with Andrew Niccol and the “In Time” cast here.

Question: So twenty-five is the age stopgap in the film. But what age would you all like to get stuck at and why?

KARTHEISER: I got nothing. I mean that’s something I’ve never contemplated. I don’t know. Have you guys ever sat around and thought about something like that?
SEYFRIED: You ever think about eleven?
TIMBERLAKE: Yeah – just eleven.
KARTHEISER: Eleven was a really good year for me.
MATT BOMER: Twenty-seven. The Saturn return year.
KARTHEISER: Saturn return – is that a satellite?
BOMER: Maybe.