A creative YouTube user got everyone’s hearts racing when he posted an unofficial 50 Shades of Grey trailer video featuring White Collar’s Matt Bomer and Gilmore Girls’ Alexis Bledel as title characters and S&M lovers Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele.
Matthew McConaughey, 42, celebrated his marriage to his girlfriend of six years, Brazilian model Camila Alves, 30, with a three-day wedding extravaganza at their Austin, Texas home. "He [said] he was dedicated to marrying Camila," a source told UsWeekly about any possible pre-wedding jitters that McConaughey might have experienced.
Matthew McConaughey, 42, has had such a reputation for his laid-back, live-and-let-live personality that he has come to make fun of it himself in productions like Failure to Launch and Eastbound & Down.
Between his highly talked-about guest spot on Glee and what promise to be some revealing promo gigs for this summer's Magic Mike, Matt Bomer returned home to New York City on Friday, where he filmed new episodes of White Collar.
Channing Tatum, 31, is no stranger to taking off his clothes in his films, and it's a good thing, because his next film, Steven Soderberg's Magic Mike, costarring fellow hotties Alex Pettyfer (I Am Number Four), Matt Bomer (White Collar), and Matthew McConaughey (The Lincoln Lawyer) is based on Tatum's previous life as a male stripper.
Matt Bomer is popping up all over the place, with a starring role as con man Neal Caffrey in USA's White Collar, an upcoming stint as Darren Criss's brother in Glee, and a role in the male stripper fest, Magic Mike, with Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, and Alex Pettyfer.
Based on the fact that USA Network’s only really breakout hit, Monk (seven years ago now), was a detective show, they are somewhat apprehensive about branching out into new creative territories. Characters are indeed welcome if they happen to be middle aged men (preferably white) who have eccentricities that help them with their profession and also happen to create a fun viewing experience.
The White Collar star Matt Bomer, who here hops a ride in an ambulence filming for the series on location in Wall Street, is the latest star to be cast in the Steven Soderbergh film Magic Mike with Matthew McConaughey.
Matt Bomer reunites with former Tru Calling co-star Eliza Dushku on the New York City set of his USA dramedy White Collar. Bomer plays con man-turned FBI informant Neal Caffrey. Dushku will guest star as an employee of Neal’s enemy, Matthew Keller (played by Ross McCall).