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By Kelly Feb 11, 2014 Gallery 3 comment

I added photos of Matt at The Great American Songbook event honoring Bryan Lourd last night in NYC.

Thanks to my friend Crayen for donating all the fantastic photos!

By Kelly Mar 27, 2013 Gallery 8 comment

I added photos of Matt from yesterday at the Book Launch Party for Celebrity Nutritionist Kimberly Snyder.

Update! Thanks to my friends Mary and Crayen, I have added a lot more photos!

PS: A wonderful thanks to Annette M. for donating $25.00, Shirley B. for donating $20.00, and Helen F. for donating $25.00 to the site! I really appreciate all your support.

By Kelly May 07, 2012 Gallery 4 comment

I added photos of Matt at a Book Release Party for Andy Cohen on May 5th hosted by Anderson Cooper.

PS: They will be replaced with HQ photos as soon as I can get them.

By Kelly Mar 13, 2011 Audio 21 comment

Matt narrated the audiobook, so be sure to either order or pick up a copy locally starting tomorrow!

James Bond and Jason Bourne have just been topped! A battle for the world is set into unstoppable motion and Hays Baker is the only one who can save it.

Hays Baker and his wife Lizbeth possess super-human strength, extraordinary intelligence, stunning looks, a sex life to die for, and two beautiful children. Of course they do—they’re Elites, endowed at birth with the very best that the world can offer. The only problem in their perfect world: humans and their toys!

The one with the most toys—dies
The top operative for the Agency of Change, Hays has just won the fiercest battle of his career. He has been praised by the President, and is a national hero. But before he can savor his triumph, he receives an unbelievable shock that overturns everything he thought was true. Suddenly Hays is on the other side of the gun, forced to leave his perfect family and fight for his life.

Now a hunted fugitive, Hays is thrown into a life he never dreamed possible—fighting to save humans everywhere from extinction. He enlists all of his training to uncover the truth that will save millions of lives—maybe even his own. James Patterson’s Toys is a thriller on a hyper plane—with a hero who rivals both James Bond and Jason Bourne.

You can listen to the first 21 chapters here.

By Kelly Dec 16, 2010 News 15 comment

According to Amazon.com, Matt is the narrator for James Patterson’s “Toys” audiobook coming out on March 14, 2011. 

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James Bond and Jason Bourne have just been topped! A battle for the world is set into unstoppable motion and Hays Baker is the only one who can save it.

Hays Baker and his wife Lizbeth possess super-human strength, extraordinary intelligence, stunning looks, a sex life to die for, and two beautiful children. Of course they do—they’re Elites, endowed at birth with the very best that the world can offer. The only problem in their perfect world: humans and their toys!

The one with the most toys—dies
The top operative for the Agency of Change, Hays has just won the fiercest battle of his career. He has been praised by the President, and is a national hero. But before he can savor his triumph, he receives an unbelievable shock that overturns everything he thought was true. Suddenly Hays is on the other side of the gun, forced to leave his perfect family and fight for his life.

Now a hunted fugitive, Hays is thrown into a life he never dreamed possible—fighting to save humans everywhere from extinction. He enlists all of his training to uncover the truth that will save millions of lives—maybe even his own. James Patterson’s Toys is a thriller on a hyper plane—with a hero who rivals both James Bond and Jason Bourne.

The book is over 400 pages, so that’s quite a bit of Matt to listen to. Thanks ~L~ for the tip!

Also, here is today’s fan art created by clichejuice as we continue our Christmas countdown.

By Kelly Oct 12, 2010 Exclusive,Gallery,Traveler 19 comment

I added 27 more HQ “Traveler” promos. Thanks clichejuice for donating them!

EXCLUSIVE UPDATE

Jeff Eastin just sent me Matt’s reply to his birthday book! I’m so happy we were able to make his 33rd birthday extra special.

“Awwwwww that made my day!!! Wow, we are really reaching people all over the world. Thanks for the best gift ever.” - Matt

Thanks again to everyone who participated! I will be planning an even bigger project for Matt’s 34th birthday.

PS: Thanks again Jeff for emailing the link to Matt. We couldn’t have done it without you.

By Kelly Nov 02, 2013 Gallery,White Collar 9 comment

I added 432 captures and 6 video clips from this week’s episode.

PS: I have uploaded photos of Matt's birthday book! I tried to blur out message and names as best I could. It was delivered to him on October 18th. Thanks again to all the participants! You can view the gallery here.

By Kelly Jul 22, 2013 Birthday,Exclusive 30 comment

Since Matt will be turning 36 years old on October 11th, it’s time to get started on his annual birthday project!

This year, we’ll be creating a video filled with all your own videos wishing Matt a happy birthday. My talented online friend Dann will be creating the video again, as she did such a wonderful job last year.

In order to participate, you just need to send us a 15 second video wishing Matt a happy birthday. It would be wonderful if you could take the video outdoors with some nice scenery in the background. Please make sure you have good lighting with no distracting background noise.

The deadline for the birthday project is October 4th. That way, Dann will have enough time to prepare the video before the big day. It will be uploaded to YouTube so Matt can view it easier, but it can be unlisted to protect everyone’s privacy. If you don’t feel comfortable sending in a video, you can participate in our 2nd birthday project (see below), or can leave your birthday wishes in the comments on October 11th.

In order to submit your 15 second video, please email it to (DEADLINE REACHED) with “Matt Bomer Bday Project” as the subject. We’ll send you an email back to confirm it has been accepted. Please do your best to keep it close to 15 seconds. If you are way over, we would feel bad asking you to redo it.

Our 2nd present for Matt is to send him a birthday book filled with postcards from all over the world. We would prefer you choose a postcard with some scenery on it, to represent where you live. In the message area of the postcard, please write your birthday greetings to Matt. In the address area of the postcard, you can leave it blank if you’re sending it inside another envelope. Otherwise, please mail it to the following address:

Kelly @ MBF.com
PO Box 563
Canby, OR 97013-0563
USA

Whether you’re sending us a video, mailing in your postcard, or both, please be respectful to Matt by not gushing all about how gorgeous he is. I’m sure he would appreciate that!

If you have any questions or concerns, you can comment here, or send us an email using the address above. On Matt’s birthday, I’ll direct him to this site as I have done each year and will let everyone know his response. The birthday book will be mailed to him, and I’ll make sure he personally receives it.

Thank you for reading, and we look forward to seeing your submissions!

– Kelly & Dann

By Kelly Feb 06, 2013 0 Comments

Source: Refinery29
Date: June 13, 2012

We aren’t going to lie here — we watch White Collar, but we’re a bit hazy on the plot lines. It’s hard, really, to focus when hottie Matt Bomer, who plays con-man Neal Caffrey with such devious aplomb, is on screen.

So, color us amped when we got the chance to chat with the suited-up smokeshow at last night’s Park & Bond dinner; the intimate three-course meal at Minetta Lane’s cozy Perla celebrated the shopping site’s “NYC’s Most Stylish Dads” feature — and, no brainer, Bomer really leads the Big Apple pack.

And, when he wasn’t schooling us on “sartorial porn” (his words, not ours….swoonage), Mr. Matt proved that he’s way, way more than just a pretty face. Read on for our quick-hitting Q&A, where Bomer talks all things children (he has three kids with husband Simon Halls), menswear, and his perfect Father’s Day present.

Tell us about how you find a suit — a lot of dudes don’t know how to find the perfect one.

“Well, one thing I’ve certainly learned from being on the show is the importance of a tailor. If you like a suit, just because it doesn’t fit you off the rack doesn’t mean that you should give up on it. A good tailor can make anything work. For me, it depends from designer to designer: I feel like a lot of times I’m picking something for a specific event so that will be my guide process to which designer I wear. If I wanna pop of color, I’ll go Paul Smith; if I want something a little more traditional that I’ll feel more confident and comfortable in, I’ll go Tom Ford… it just depends.”

And what about for everyday wear, who are some of your favorite designers?

“Casual look? I love the stuff that Michael Bastian does for GANT. Especially in the summertime, the colors he uses…it fits well and it’s fun, you know? It says summertime to me. But in my personal life, I’m a jeans and T-shirt kind of guy. I really like hoodies and jeans and tees, but when I’m stepping it out, it just depends. I love Billy Reid, he has a lot of great stuff this summer.”

Do you have a stylist?

“No.”

You do it all yourself?

“Yeah.”

Where else do you shop?

“I used to live in the West Village so a lot of my life — because I’m so busy shooting most of the time — was confined to Bleecker Street, between Ralph Lauren, James Perse, Marc Jacobs, GANT, Jack Spade, and Brooks Brothers.”

And how are you involved with Park & Bond?

“Well, the reason I wanted to be here tonight is because all the proceeds from these ties that they’ve made, from great designers like Ovadia & Sons go to Boys Club of New York, an incredible organization which has obviously been around for a long time, and gives people a chance to become responsible members of society and get a foot up in the world and make something with their lives.”

When you say it’s amazing to be acknowledged as a Dad, what do you mean by that?

“I think there are a lot more guys in New York who are a lot more stylish than I am, so I’m lucky to be on a show that features a lot of sartorial porm, and I’ve learned a lot from that, I have a lot of help on the show, but you know, more importantly than that is to be acknowledged as a Dad. Dad sounds good, man!”

Do you have any parenting tips for living in New York City?

“Oh man…We have three boys so everything is so kinetic. They’re so outdoors-orientated so there are days when we just have to find an outdoor venue, run around Sheep’s Meadow, or go to things like the Intrepid Museum where they can see all things like the airplanes and space shuttles. My advice for being a parent in the city is just doing the research to find out what the best outlook for your kids’ personality is.”

Do you think there is advantage to raising them in the city, versus the suburbs?

“Culturally, I think there is such an advantage for kids to grow up in a metropolitan environment, especially in New York City. I mean, this is the hub of all culture in America in my opinion. They are exposed to so many things, that teach them a lot of lessons about life, art and culture from a very young age. It gives them an edge up in some ways. At the same time, in an environment where so much is going on, you have to figure out how to shelter them within that environment.”

Do they take style cues from you, or do they have their own fashion sense?

“You know, our oldest, I think he’s seen a lot of marketing material for White Collar, so he has this fascination with ties, and he has this old Thom Browne thing going on where we’ll say we’re going out for dinner and he’ll come down in a polo shirt, a tie, blue blazer, shorts, and black skinny loafers. We just embrace it and say you look fantastic. He’s seven. It’s incredible, if that’s what you wanna wear, do it.”

So you let your kids dress themselves?

“Absolutely. I wanna let them cultivate their own sense of expression in the world, and style is a great way to do that.”

Do you go shopping with them?

“Well you know, they’re boys, they’re seven and four so they don’t have a whole lot of patience for shopping per se, but to be honest with you, and I’m not just saying this because I’m here tonight, I do a lot of my shopping for them on Gilt. It’s an easy way to get things especially with the hours I do, I don’t have the time to go door-to-door to do their shopping, so I just do it online and try them on, it’s awesome.”

Finally, what do you want for Father’s Day?

“Oh, I have no expectations for any gift. The kids always do something really nice for us, a book of photos, a picture frame of them, which is great, but to me the most important thing is to spend time together. A BBQ out back, spending time in the pool, it’s awesome.”

By Kelly Feb 06, 2013 0 Comments

Source: TV Line
Date: July 9, 2012

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, not everything is as idyllic as it seems. And once the dapper fella makes it back to New York City, he’ll be plagued by questions about his own past.

TV Line: How is island life treating Neal?

[Laughs] You know, it’s very Dickensian for Neal. It’s kind of the best of times, and the worst of times. The good news is he’s living the dream, and the bad news is he’s living the dream in his early 30s. So while he’s enjoying this life he’s constructed for himself, it’s also a little early in the game for him to be this retired guy on an island. He misses aspects of his collaboration with Peter (Tim DeKay) and his life back in New York, the culture and the diversity there.

TV Line: So he’s itching to get back?

Don’t get me wrong – he’s Neal Caffrey, so he’s obviously made the absolute best of the situation he’s been given. He has the nicest pad. He has an amazing morning routine, a very leisurely life. There are aspects of that he really enjoys because they are things he fantasized about for so long. He kindled a little island romance for himself, going nice and slow on island time. Then things get interrupted, and as annoying as that is – even though he won’t admit it – there’s a welcome aspect to it as well.

TV Line: How much of a threat is Mekhi Phifer’s FBI agent to Neal?

We don’t really realize what a huge threat he is until the second episode. We hear about how dangerous he is and how renegade he is, how it’s martial law with him in a way. He sets the terms of what’s legal and what’s not. Neal and Mozzie (Willie Garson) take that with a grain of salt until they encounter him and realize, “OK, he means business.” There’s something very specific that happens in the second episode that I think will make people take his character very seriously, very quickly.

TV Line: Obviously, Neal is going to somehow find his way back to New York. What can you share about how that comes about?

It will involve Peter and a madcap, high stakes escape in typical White Collar fashion. [Laughs] It’ll be suspenseful, and it’ll have a big cliffhanger.

TV Line: Is it safe to say the possibility of walking free from the commutation hearing is off the table?

I’ll tell you this: In typical Neal fashion, he has to figure out the best way to get back into the FBI’s good graces so he’s not back in the clink. It all ends up cooking together in one big game plan – the return and a way for him to get back into their good graces.

TV Line: What does this mean for Peter and Neal’s relationship?

It’s closer than ever in some ways — and they’re more at odds in some ways, too. It’s out on the table that they respect each other and they care about each other. But at the same time, their poker game this season is more high stakes than ever and ends up coming to a boiling point in Episode 9, where they really are at odds. But they figure out a way to get through it and, as usual, their unconventional pairing is what ultimately always brings them back together because each has something the other wouldn’t think of, couldn’t think of, something that they need.

TVLINE | Neal has quite a few ladies on his plate in the new season. Where do Neal and Sara (Hilarie Burton) stand then?

I think their relationship had some closure at the end of Season 3 in a really poetic and adult way. But the writers found really creative ways to bring her back into the picture in Season 4. She’s in three [episodes] of the first 10, and Hilarie is fantastic. They have some fun little sparks that happen here and there over the course of the season. [Ed. Note: Burton is booked for four episodes.]

TVLINE | Alex is also back. Is that a welcome return?

Yes, I’m so happy that Gloria Votsis is back! I missed her terribly in Season 3. She’s one of my favorite characters because she is so badass, but at the same time so vulnerable. They have a similar dynamic where no one really trusts the other person, but at the same time they really like working together and being around each other. And obviously, their relationship has benefits that Neal and Peter’s does not. [Laughs]

TVLINE | Jeff Eastin told me that Season 4 is going to be a lot about Neal’s pursuit of his family. What’s driving that search?

First of all, he met Ellen last season, which opened a lot of floodgates as to, “Who am I? Where did I come from? Am I predestined to be this person? How bad was my dad? Can I overcome it on my own? How much of being bad is genetic and how of it is learned [or] acquired?” For him to really collaborate with the FBI on the terms he wants, there are aspects of his past and blanks he needs to fill in before he can proceed. When he comes back [to New York], he’s pursuing full throttle all these answers as to who he was, who his father was, why he left. How did he leave? Was he guilty? Was he a bad person? Was he set up? Was he framed? To me, the way I play it is he has to put these things to bed and have closure on them before he can move forward as a man.

TVLINE | Jeff once said, “[Neal] wants to be good but he was born bad.” Do you think he’s inherently bad?

[Laughs] As a parent of three children, I know there are certain aspects to personalities you come into the world with. I think Neal from day one was high energy, curious, willful, questioning, independent – all the things a parent probably fears in a child on some level. But those things are also great and enabled him to survive and thrive in the world. As an actor, I’m never interested in labels like “good” and “bad.” I’m more interested in what do they do and why do they do it. I think Neal was born with a really strong lust for life, and because of his family and where he came from, that might have led him down some darker roads. If he’d grown up in Greenwich, Connecticut, with an idyllic household with two parents and a sibling and a golden retriever… I think there’s some conditioning involved there.

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