Five Reasons of Why is the Casting of Matt Bomer as Christian Grey NOT ‘Ludicrous’
I wish that ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ is as plain simpler story of a hedonist meets a masochist so that would save a lot of controversial tweets by Bret Easton Ellis, the ‘American Psycho’ writer who had learnt recently that he will not be writing for the movie adaptation. Ellis has constantly blazed with his controversial judgments through social networks on the casting of Matt Bomer (pic above) who is a gay actor to play the role of the manipulative billionaire, Christian Grey. It riddles me somehow, if a straight guy can play a gay role, then why can’t a gay takes on a straight guy role?
Ellis is a good writer, but somehow I think he needs to learn how to handle rejection. ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ is not only a piece of writing craft with added guilt pleasure simmered by the bond between a hedonist with a masochist. It even outsold Harry Potter books and reaches the walks of fames. Selena Gomez, Kristen Stewart, Angelina Jolie are some of the Hollywood famous celebs who have read the book. Truth to be told, something profound lies in the book that makes it strides across stereotype horror classic of somewhat the substance that the movie producer thought that Ellis wasn’t majored in.
True or false – whatever the reason behind was, I think that the ‘American Psycho’ writer should stop dissing Matt Bomer that will only raise popularity and supports to ‘White Collar’ actor instead.
Well, not saying that I’m a pro-homo or on anybody elses’ side, I have my heart set for Taylor Kitsch to play CG as always be; but that doesn’t mean other actors are out of the league. Matt Bomer is among the viable options for his maturity and full blown of dashingly corporate billionaire charm. Besides, I think that the casting of Matt would be an added advantages as audiences will be intrigued enough as a gay actor is put into a huge test to shed his nature and reigns as a straight man on set; plus, off screen- there won’t be any complications for sure, such as affair, scandal you name it because after all Matt’s a gay while his co-star, a girl. Does that compute? Bottom line, Matt is also a good actor and despite he is a gay, he has built up a solid appeal to women market after landing his supporting role alongside Channing Tatum in “Magic Mike”.