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Emmys: Who Should Win Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie?
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The Normal Heart's Matt Bomer Talks 'Surreal' Emmy Nomination, Previews White Collar's 'Hitchcockian' Ending
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Matt Bomer
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THE PERFORMER | Matt Bomer
THE SHOW | The Normal Heart
THE AIRDATE | May 25, 2014 READ MORE
HBO's Normal Heart: Why Julia Roberts Finally Said Yes, and Why Matt Bomer Dropped 40 Lbs.
One has to be pretty diligent in getting the Pretty Woman to star in your movie.
Appearing at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on behalf of HBO’s adaptation of Larry Kramer’s Tony-winning play The Normal Heart, Julia Roberts shared …READ MORE
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White Collar's Matt Bomer Previews Neal's Not-So-Perfect Island Life and Big Daddy Issues
It’s good to be Neal Caffrey.
When USA Network’s White Collar returns this Tuesday at 9/8c for Season 4, the con man is living the life in a beachfront mansion on an exotic island while romancing a local beauty (played by Alias‘ Mía Maestro). But as star Matt Bomer tells TVLine …READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Matt Bomer on the Allure of His White Collar Con Man Role and Getting Glee-ful
In addition to his leading role as con man Neal Caffrey on the dapper USA Network hit, Bomer found time during his hiatus to film a guest spot on a decidedly different show – the musical comedy Glee – giving him two shots at an Emmy nomination. READ MORE
Glee Recap: Hustlin' Bro
Things were heavier than a full-grown elephant with an anvil on its back at the end of Glee‘s last new episode back in February. Karofsky had attempted suicide (but thankfully survived). Quinn was involved in a horrific texting-while-driving accident. Rachel and Finn were on the precipice of a poorly thought-out trip down the aisle. And we had to endure another performance from New Directions — sans Blaine. (Gack!)
So you’ll forgive Ryan Murphy & Co. for lowering the emotional stakes in Glee‘s first episode back from a mid-winter hiatus (and, coincidentally the first step to …READ MORE