Actor Matt Bomer is pictured along with his three co-stars of the HBO movie "The Normal Heart" looking incredibly handsome on the cover of the Hollywood Reporter. The show is the movie version of a Broadway play written in 1985 by Larry Kramer about the rise of AIDS in New York City. He shares the cover with his co-stars Jim Parsons, Mark Ruffalo and Taylor Kitsch and talks about how he read the play when he was only fourteen years old and he asked to "read for any available part" because the film was so important to him.
For Matt Bomer, "The Normal Heart" was a movie he had to be in as he felt that the play did so much for gay rights. The "White Collar" star is known as the gorgeous dapper ex-thief on his television show but this HBO movie will enable him to show his exceptional dramatic range while addressing a serious topic. Entertainment insiders are abuzz at the collection of talent who appeared in this film as stars such as Julia Roberts and Alfred Molina took part. It is very likely that the acting performance that comes from Matt Bomer will be exceptional as he is known for 'raising the bar' of his acting when around sensational actors of which will be seen in this movie.
He has several other projects lined up as he is rumoured to be part of the returning cast of "Magic Mike XXL" and is the voice of "B.O.O: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations". He is also slated to play the starring role of Montgomery Clift in the film "Monty Clift" which revolves around a relationship that takes place during the filming of "A Place in the Sun" with Elizabeth Taylor.
Fans should be taking careful notice not to miss Matt Bomer in "The Normal Heart" because the rumours emanating from this movie suggest that he has put forth a performance for the ages in this highly anticipated, long-awaited movie.