Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay, Tiffani Thiessen, and Willie Garson’s White Collar season 5 promotional photos available so far [x]
Matt bomer and Willie Garson on the set of white collarmore at http://fan-girl.org/?p=948
The Book: Year of the King: An Actor’s Diary and Sketchbook [Amazon]
@DanShattuck Matt Bomer practices his moves with A-Camera and @WillieGarson looking on #whitecollar http://twitpic.com/cql6op
White Collar star Willie Garson is no stranger to passionate fans from his days on Sex and the City, but he still appreciates each and every one. Willie stopped to chat with POPSUGAR’s Lindsay Miller on the red carpet at the People’s Choice Awards this evening and express his gratitude for all the fans of his hit show White Collar. Check out our chat! [x]
“White Collar” returns for the back half of Season 4 in just a few short weeks on USA. Here are six fun tidbits to look forward to when the show comes back:
“White Collar” comes back for the final six episodes of Season 4 Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on USA. [x]
White Collar’s Willie Garson Hits up Kickstarter for Web Series
The satirical art comedy, Whole Day Down crowd funds Season 2
Los Angeles, CA (January 6th, 2012): The offbeat online comedy series, Whole Day Down launches a Kickstarter campaign to crowd fund Season 2. The series stars, Willie Garson (Sex and the City, White Collar) and Patrick Breen (The Normal Heart) playfully appeal for your support in their pitch video as they explain the series, the campaign and it’s unique backer rewards.
Whole Day Down follows the misadventures of two misguided art enthusiasts (played by Garson and Breen) whose attempt to open a gallery initiates the Apocalypse. The series both satirizes and embraces contemporary art, which is a cornerstone of every episode.
The series, which has received critical acclaim and accolades was created by Breen and Tai Fauci (Palisades Pool Party), and also stars Clueless’ Elisa Donovan. The series debuted Season 1 at the prestigious, New York Television Festival and was named to the Writer’s Guild of America “hotlist” in 2012.
“If “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “The Twilight Zone” had a baby, Whole Day Down would be its evil twin,” describes Fauci. “The show is offbeat, oddball and out of this world. We have an anything goes mentality. We’re quite bonkers actually.”
In Season 2, the creators unleash the apocalypse that was only hinted at in Season 1. The creators promise bigger FX, bigger art and bigger guests stars. To make it all happen they need your help.
“We are asking for a little bit of money from a whole lot of people to make an entire season,” explains Garson. The series aims to raise an ambitious $39,995.00 in 26 days.
Backer rewards range from just $5 to a whopping $10,000. Rewards include original works of art, producing credits, ringtones, show memorabilia, autographs, set visits and more.
Visit the Whole Day Down Season 2 Kickstater to learn more about the campaign, watch their pitch and make a pledge: http://kck.st/WgArFH
Watch Season 1: http://wholedaydown.tv
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About Whole Day Down:
Whole Day Down documents the reinvention of Willie Garson and Patrick Breen, two failed, middle-aged actors, as they pursue their mutual passion for art by opening a gallery. Limited to one Monday a month, in a space owned by Patrick’s dictatorial Father-in-Law, our heroes must overcome a vindictive art critic out for blood, a satanic receptionist, a bizarre love pentagram and a roster of unorthodox and often difficult artists. So inevitable are their failures it becomes clear darker forces are at play and that their innocent forays into the art world trigger the Apocalypse.
The midseason finale of “White Collar” left fans with one hell of a cliffhanger; the enigmatic man known as Sam (Treat Williams) was revealed to be Neal’s (Matt Bomer) father, and the key to unlocking all the secrets of our favorite conman’s past.
When the USA series returns with its midseason premiere (Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 10 p.m. EST), Neal and the audience will finally get some answers, although as you can see in the exclusive preview clip above, he might not like where they lead.
HuffPost TV recently talked to Bomer on the set of NBC’s “The New Normal,” where he was filming a guest spot for next week’s episode, and the star offered a small tease of what’s ahead in the second half of Season 4. “Obviously, we’re going to expound on the fact that Treat is my father and what does that mean to Neal and who he is and where he’s going? And a lot of tension ensues,” Bomer said. “There’s a whole web of deceit going on in the upper echelons of the FBI that they’re trying to sort through, and it ends on an even more dramatic note. [Creator] Jeff Eastin’s amazing at writing scripts that, on the season finales, are like Christmas morning figuring out what’s gonna come up and how we’re gonna play it. I think fans will be really intrigued by it.”
Will father and son have a happy reunion, or is this a Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader situation? Either way, we can always count on Mozzie’s (Wille Garson) words of wisdom to set our hero on the right path, as you’ll see in our sneak peek.
“White Collar” returns Tues., Jan. 22 at 10 p.m. EST on USA. [x]