“Catch me if you can.”
The Big Bang Therapy star Matt Bomer is getting a new role as the lead in a 3D film about the making of the cult classic comedy, which was inspired by his own experience growing up in a small town in Ohio.
The project, titled Catch Me If you Can, is being produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and Bomer will be in the lead role, playing the lead character in the upcoming film, according to the studio.
The studio is also making a sequel to the film that will follow Matt Bizer, played by Jason Bateman, who is now in his 40s and lives in New Jersey.
The new film will be released in theaters March 17.
Bomer, who also starred in the feature film, told EW that he wanted to make a film that was as faithful to the original material as possible.
“It’s not the same, and it’s not a sequel, but it’s something that’s faithful to what happened and it is my favorite part of the original, so I wanted to do that,” he said.
That was the reason I was so excited about the new one. “
The thing that was so great about the first film is that it was so faithful to [the original].
It’s about trying a different tone and different style of filmmaking and just trying to make it something that people will love, that people can get excited about and I can get really excited about.” “
But it’s also about trying to do something different and take it in a different direction.
It’s about trying a different tone and different style of filmmaking and just trying to make it something that people will love, that people can get excited about and I can get really excited about.”
Catch Me if you Can is the third feature film Bomer has directed.
The first film was 2008’s Get Rich or Die Tryin, which starred the same cast as the two films that inspired the hit sitcom.
That film grossed more than $2.7 billion worldwide and was nominated for nine Emmys.
Catch Me is the second project Bomer’s co-star, Bokeem Woodbine, will star in after his own breakout success with Get Rich.
The actor was nominated in the same category for his role in the 2010 comedy comedy The Perfect Match.
Boker and Woodbines first comedy collaboration was 2010’s Get Better, which grossed $1.5 million on a $100,000 budget.
Watch the trailer for the new film below: Catch Me?
The new movie will be shot over the course of two months and stars Bomer as a high schooler named Mark, who gets into trouble with the law for stealing a pair of earrings he received from his classmate, played on the sitcom by the same name.
Matt Bomber plays Mark in ‘The Catch Me’ 3d film.
The cast also includes Rose Byrne, Aaron Paul, Nick Offerman, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Jason Segel, Olivia Munn, and Nick Offredo.
Watch a trailer for ‘The Catch Me if You Can 3D Film’ here: Catch me if, in the coming months, Bomer and Woodinners work on a film adaptation of his own novel, The Catching.
The novel, which Bomer also wrote with his wife, Julie Chen, tells the story of a boy who meets a girl named Emily, who eventually goes on to be his best friend.
“They were really cool, fun characters and they were all just super talented.
I love writing about kids and teenagers and they’re all super talented, so it’s a great chance to make something that is kind of a classic story and have a lot of fun,” Bomer said of the collaboration with Chen.
“And we got to do some original music, which is awesome, too, and we were like, ‘I want to do a classic musical, too.'”
The cast is also in talks to film a musical based on the novel, with the project being produced and written by the film’s original writer, James Lapine.
Catch me, The Big Bummer’s big break was when he won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for playing an old man in The Big Lebowski, and he was nominated again in 2017 for the role of an elderly man in his own Broadway musical.