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B.O.O. Role: Unknown Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: 6/5/15
Monty Clift Role: Monty Clift Status: Pre-Production In Theaters: N/A
WINTER'S TALE Role: Peter's Father Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
THE NORMAL HEART Role: Felix Turner Status: Filming In Theaters: N/A
SPACE STATION 76 Role: Ted Status: Post-Production In Theaters: N/A
WHITE COLLAR Role: Neal Caffrey Status: Completed Airing: Thursdays at 9/8c
Matt and Tim participated in a moderated group Q&A session teleconference on January 14, 2010 to discuss White Collar. Matt Bomer Fan.com was invited to the moderated group Q&A session as well. I would like to thank Chrissy for allowing us to participate! You can read the entire transcript here.
Just posting a few tidbits from the Matt Bomer & Tim DeKay Q&A Session teleconference I attended earlier this morning.
Matt said when he was 16, he snuck his brother’s car out of the driveway in the middle of the night and was trying to run over trash cans with it. Needless to say, he got a flat tire and got into big trouble.
Matt said he will not be joining Twitter any time soon. He doesn’t think the day to day ramblings of his life would be interesting enough to hold an audience. (I strongly disagree! *lol*)
Matt said he’s more of a “t-shirt and jeans” kinda guy, but he’s been trying to make more of an effort dressing up. He’s learned a lot from Neal’s wardrobe and that it helps him get into character.
Unfortunately, Matt had to leave 3 questions before mine (*sob*), but I was lucky enough to get to ask Tim DeKay (such a nice guy!) the following question: Can you take us through a typical day on the set of White Collar?
Tim said the typical day starts very early. They eat breakfast and then they try to shoot anywhere from 7-10 pages a day. He also spoke about the stages and the amazing locations where they shoot, and how some of the New Yorkers get mad at them when they shoot somewhere they aren’t supposed to be. He says it’s a good and exciting 12-14 hour day.
The full transcript will be posted here within 24-48 hours!
Catch up on “White Collar” by watching the marathon this Saturday starting at 9 AM.
As a reminder, Matt will be on Live with Regis and Kelly tomorrow, January 15th!
Matt Bomer Fan.com has been online for 2 months today! In only 2 months, we have had 22,000+ visits, 160,000+ views in the image gallery, and we currently have 375+ followers on our Twitter too. That is absolutely amazing! I would like to thank all our loyal visitors, Crayen for helping me add photos, and also Matt for inspiring me to create this fan site in the first place.
A: Guiding Light, nine years ago. I played a trust-fund baby who became a male prostitute, killed three people, kidnapped a girl, then killed himself in front of her father and her boyfriend. You know, just your average slice-of-life piece.
Q: Your father played for the Dallas Cowboys. Ever think you’d be a football player?
A: I grew up in Texas, and there’s really no other social option on a Friday night. I played through high school and enjoyed it. I was okay—not great. But my senior year I ended up getting cast in A Streetcar Named Desire and left the team for the part. My parents were actually really cool about that decision.
Q: Your character, Neal Caffrey, is a very dapper dresser. Are you?
A: Not at all. I have, like, three suits to my name. But one thing I’ve learned is that when you dress up in real life, people treat you differently. So I’ve definitely borrowed a lot of the show’s wardrobe.
You can read the rest of the interview here. Thanks again Asta77 for the tip!