Written By LucianaComments Off on Matt Bomer Joins John Butler’s ‘Papi Chulo’
Matt Bomer started filming this month Papi Chulo, the new film from Handsome Devil director John Butler.Papi Chulo, the new film from Handsome Devil director John Butler. He will star alongside Alejandro Patiño (The Runaways) in the black comedy about a lonely TV weatherman who strikes up an unusual friendship with a middle-aged Latino migrant worker (The Hollywood Reporter).
Some images has been shared on Instagram and Twitter, and I have added them to our gallery. Check it:
Written By LucianaComments Off on Matt Stars “Todd Snyder” Spring Campaign
Matt is, once again, the face of the Todd Snyder campaign. The Spring ‘18 collection was launched two days ago and it features Matt in an “On The Road” themed shoot. It was once again photographed by the talented Matthew Brookes and you can find the pictures added in our gallery.
Written By LucianaComments Off on “The Boys in The Band”: Get Tickets Now!
Hello! First of all, sorry for the lack of updates. Been dealing with some offline stuff, but with everything sorted out, its time to catch up with our Bomerland goodies!
Last November it was announced Matt would be one of the stars part of the production of Mart Crowley’s groundbreaking comic drama The Boys in the Band. Tickets sale started on January 20th (on telecharge.com). Performances begins on April 30, with opening date set for May 31th, running until August 12 at New York City’s Booth Theatre.
Mart Crowley’s landmark 1968 play centers on a group of gay men who gather in a NYC apartment for a friend’s birthday party. After the drinks are poured and the music turned up, the evening slowly exposes the fault-lines beneath their friendships and the self-inflicted heartache that threatens their solidarity. A true theatrical game-changer, The Boys in the Band helped spark a revolution by putting gay men’s lives onstage – unapologetically and without judgment – in a world that was not yet willing to fully accept them.
The stars reunited last month for a promotional photoshoot, and a video has been released. On it, Bomer talked a little bit about the relevance of the play.
“It’s this group of guys that do have this anger that’s just boiling to the surface. And I think there are a lot of undercurrents of that particular emotion in our society right now.”
Written By LucianaComments Off on Matt attends ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ premiere
Matt attended last night the premiere of The Assassination of Gianni Versace at the ArcLight Hollywood in Los Angeles. As announced last year, Matt is doing his directorial debut on episode 8. The new American Crime Story season premieres next Wednesday, Jan. 17, 10 p.m. ET/PT (FX).
Written By LucianaComments Off on Matt attends pre-Golden Globes parties
The Golden Globes are tonight and, as usual, last night was full of parties everywhere as a celebration for the big event tonight. Matt attended in Hollywood two parties, the Gold for Golden and the Spirit Award Nominees Brunch, and you can find pictures added in our gallery.
Also, pictures of a missing event from last month are now added. Enjoy!
Written By LucianaComments Off on ‘White Collar’ Season 1 HD Screen Captures, Final
Here’s the final batch of White Collar season 1 screen captures. In case you did miss it, I decided to remake the caps because the ones we had was still in HDTV quality, with USA Network logos all over the caps. Now, we have clean and bigger caps for our viewing pleasure!
I have plans on remake the second and third seasons as well, so bare with me while I work on it! Enjoy the caps!
Written By LucianaComments Off on ‘White Collar’ Season 1 HD Screen Captures, Part 2
It took me a while, but here’s another batch of White Collar season 1 HD logoless screencaptures. The first part can be found here and I have plans to finish the first season until the end of the week.
Resorting these caps are being quite fun, I can remember (and laugh all over again) some scenes even if I did watch it a long time ago just by looking at the caps. I hope you’re enjoying it!
Written By LucianaComments Off on (Video) Matt Talks ‘Gold Derby’ about Walking Out
GOLD DERBY – Matt Bomer is best known for playing big-city characters in projects like “White Collar,” “The Normal Heart,” and “The Last Tycoon,” so his role in the independent film “Walking Out” as a gruff Montana hunter trying to bond with his teenage son (Josh Wiggins), seems like a departure. But it actually hits much closer to home. “I grew up in a house full of outdoorsmen and that type of male bonding exhibited in the film,” Bomer says in our exclusive video interview (watch above). “That type of outdoorsmanship and male bonding through quiet and unspoken connection, not really sure how to connect, was something I understood from my childhood, and I thought they were able to tap into it in a really profound way.”
The characters in the film brave the elements and endure hardships in the wilderness, and to an extent so did the actors. “This was not the type of set wear we were going to be coddled in any way,” Bomer explained. “There were no trailers, there were no cast chairs, there were no apple boxes. You stood in the snow between takes and got ready for the next scene, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way to be honest with you.”
Not only are Bomer and his on-screen son alone in wild, they’re also the only actors on screen for much of the film, which provided them the opportunity to “bond and create a relationship and … get to know each other in a way that sometimes you don’t get to with other co-stars.” Commenting on Wiggins’s performance, Bomer says, “He’s a superstar … He has this great thing that you can’t really teach: he’s so intuitive, and he has a great lack of self-awareness and a lack of vanity that you need, but it’s hard to find in younger actors.”
“Walking Out” premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival, and IFC Films released it on October 6 to strong reviews. Do you think it could be a dark horse awards contender this season?