Matt Bomer on Shocking White Collar Finale, Secretive AHS Role
If American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy ever switches to smaller jobs and needs some casting help, Matt Bomer is there.
“I trust Ryan implicitly,” the White Collar star — and Emmy nominee — told Michael Ausiello on the red carpet at this year’s awards ceremony. “If he asked me to come do a car-wax commercial, I’d go do it with him. I think he’s one of the great talents of our time.”
Murphy, of course, directed Bomer in HBO’s The Normal Heart, and the pair also worked together when Bomer guest-starred on Glee and The New Normal. Their next collaboration will come in AHS‘ upcoming Freak Show season — a part Bomer accepted without knowing what the heck it is.
But first up, the “shock”- and “surprise”-filled series finale of Bomer’s USA Network series, which just wrapped filming. [tvline]
I know that I was surprised the day the nominations came out. The first thing I did after talking to Simon (Halls, Bomer’s husband) was I reached out to the entire cast, mostly via email, because everyone’s kind of working all over the world. I think everyone was really grateful and excited, but I think all of us, for the most part, were really happy that it might mean more people will watch the movie, and create some type of buzz that would maybe get someone who might not typically watch a film like this sit down and watch it.
I think we were all very excited that (everyone from the film) will get to see each other again and get to share that (Emmy) night together, you know? I love these people dearly. I want us to all be together forever. I don’t want the experience to end.