On Friday, the streaming service premieres its 10-episode adaptation of the literary giant’s unfinished novel The Last Tycoon, which traces the careers of two Hollywood moguls (played by Matt Bomer and Kelsey Grammer) in the late 1930s.
Talking to executive producer Joshua D. Maurer midway through the shoot, “I was like, ‘Hey, Josh, when did we divert from the original book?'” Grammer recalls. “And he was like, ‘Oh, God, a long time ago.’ The beauty of an unfinished novel is you get to finish it.”
Hello! Our gallery was just updated with another portrait Matt did while in Sundance to promote Walking Out.
Two new portraits taken during Cannes was published today. On W Magazine, Matt was under the session Meet The Beautiful People of The Cannes Festival.
In his breakout role as Bryce Larkin on ABC’s “Chuck,” Matt Bomer, 38, played the suave straight guy and sometime-nemesis to Zachary Levi’s titular character, an accidental superspy. He followed that performance with a five-season run as Neal Caffrey on USA’s “White Collar” — in short, he’s no stranger to playing the charming antihero. He embraces his criminal side once more in his most recent turn as the gun-toting John Boy in the Ryan Gosling-Russell Crowe comedy “The Nice Guys,” which premiered at Cannes on Sunday. Gosling and Crowe play an unlikely pair of private investigators hired to track down a missing girl named Amelia (Margaret Qualley) in ’70s California. Amelia, meanwhile, flits around the edges of the film while its titular Nice Guys locate her. For the role, Bomer sports a set of bangs that somehow perfectly place him in character as the slapstick villain of an already slapstick trajectory.
I’ve been working the whole day reorganizing our photoshoots section at the gallery. I have some pet peeves when comes to fansite management and having no information at date/publication in a photoshoot is a huge one. So during the past month – and with the help of our fellow donators I was able to upgrade some pictures quality and decided to reorganize things while updating. So now all sessions/outtakes/portraits are separated into years, and it came with at least the publication name in its album. I have a huge help from our Twitter friends today and some are still unknown so, if you know the publication’s name, drop us a line here or in our twitter.
Some albums had the pictures quality upgraded for large or HQ versions. Some new albums has been added. And for the ones I didn’t find a better quality copy of the pictures, yet, I will keep working on it!
Our gallery was updated with some amazing behind-the-scenes shots from the covershoot Matt did to Men’s Fitness. You will also find two additional photos from the actual photoshoot.