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  • December 30

    Matt as “Kyle Rayner” in Green Lantern And The Justice League?

    Written by Kelly

    Matt Bomer as Kyle Rayner. I originally wanted Milo Ventimiglia for this role, but I decided Bomer would be better. He’s the same age as Reynolds (32) and is almost exactly like Kyle physically (he’s half an inch taller than Kyle, but facially looks remarkably similar to KR). Bomer has great charisma, and would make a great hero. His best work is a brief stint on Chuck, and the 2009 show White Collar. Since he looks just like Kyle, and makes a good hero, it makes sense to cast him as Mr. Rayner.


    Wouldn’t that be amazing? In case you have forgotten what Matt thinks of comic book roles:

    “If that opportunity ever presented itself again, it would definitely be something I would be interested in. I would love to do a comic book role.”

    Source: Access Hollywood Interview

    December 18

    ‘White Collar’ Gets Another Year

    Written by Kelly

    Woohoo! I knew it would get renewed, but I’m so happy it’s official now.

    USA Network’s freshman dramedy “White Collar” has been collared for a second season.

    The show’s creator/executive producer Jeff Eastin tweeted the news Friday evening. “Congratulations to the best cast and crew on television,” he wrote.

    The pickup was confirmed by USA though no details on the size of the order or the second season’s premiere date were provided.

    “Jeff Eastin created a show that was both on-brand and that arguably took USA Network to a new level of sophistication,” USA’s president of original programing Jeff Wachtel said. “After breaking out of the gate so strongly, and with finale ratings that actually exceeded the premiere, ‘White Collar’ was a lock for a second season.”

    In the first portion of its freshman season, “White Collar” was a solid performer though not a breakout hit of the caliber of recent additions “Royal Pains” or “Burn Notice.”

    Still, the show, which got off to a strong start with 5.4 million viewers tuning in for the well-reviewed premiere, boasts a charismatic lead in Matt Bomer as a suave white collar criminal-turned-FBI consultant and began to hit its creative stride towards the end of its initial seven-episode run. That run ended on a high note when the fall finale, which followed the record-breaking “Monk” series finale, hit series highs, averaging 5.55 million viewers.

    “White Collar” is slated to return for the rest of its freshman season Jan. 20 when it moves from Fridays to Tuesdays.

    Source: The Hollywood Reporter

    Jeff Eastin also posted some photos of Matt and the “White Collar” cast here!

    December 16

    Matt on The Today Show tomorrow!

    Written by Kelly

    Matt will be on The Today Show tomorrow during the 10 AM hour.

    Thanks @WhiteCollarUSA for the tip!

    December 03

    BuddyTV’s 100 Sexiest Men of 2009

    Written by Kelly

    Click here!

    December 01

    Possible “White Collar” Golden Globe nomination?

    Written by Kelly

    It’s no wonder the Golden Globes have a reputation for being more fun than the rather stately affairs that usually bring out Hollywood’s A-list. After all, broadcasting live from the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 17 and keeping the Champagne flowing is bound to loosen things up. But the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.’s biggest night is also known for being ahead of the curve when it comes to honoring first-season TV shows — partly because of being the first TV-related ceremony of the calendar year and partly because of its envelope-pushing attitude.

    This season offers a ballroom full of potentials that could strike the fancy of the HFPA’s 83 voting members — among them “Modern Family,” “FlashForward” and “The Good Wife.”

    For “Good Wife” executive producers Robert and Michelle King, the idea of receiving a nomination is exciting. “What it does with a first-year show is it drives more viewers to it, beyond the honor, which would be amazing,” Robert King says.

    Attracting more viewers is also top of mind for “White Collar” executive producer Jeff Eastin, whose cable dramedy has been well-received by viewers in its first few episodes. But Eastin has his award expectations in check.

    “I gained a huge amount of respect [this year] for anybody who can even keep a show on for a season,” Eastin says. “Honestly, a lot of what really made the show popular has got to be the casting. The chemistry between [Matthew Bomer and Tim DeKay] is what really jumps off the screen.”

    Source: The Envelope – LA Times.

    November 18

    Where can I get Matt’s fedora?

    Written by Kelly

    Where can I get the fedora Matt Bomer wears on White Collar? —Drew
    Fresh out of prison and dressed to the nines for his new life as a criminal expert to the FBI, Neal (Bomer) sports a variety of stylish hats, including Tomaz & Williamson’s ”Stingy” fedora (; $175).


    November 16

    Added “White Collar” Episode 1×5 Stills!

    Written by Kelly

    I added 6 HQ stills for “White Collar” Episode 1×5 – “The Portrait”. Is it Friday yet?!

    Also, check out this great article: USA scores another hit with its new ‘White Collar’.

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