Matt Bomer Is In Talks to Join Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein Biopic ‘Maestro’

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We have more exciting “Maestro” news to share. Matt Bomer is now in talks to join the Leonard Bernstein biopic. The Netflix feature is being directed by Bradley Cooper, who will also star in the film. Want to learn more about this casting announcement? Here’s everything we know so far about Bomer’s new role. 


Something’s coming—something good—for Matt Bomer. First reported by Deadline, the “The Boys in the Band” and “American Horror Story” star is now in early talks to star opposite Bradley Cooper in the upcoming Netflix feature “Maestro,” a biopic of the legendary composer Leonard Bernstein. Bomer would join the cast that currently includes Cooper and Carey Mulligan, who is set to play Bernstein’s wife, Felicia. As we’ve previously reported, Cooper will direct the feature as his follow-up to the successful “A Star is Born,” with “Maestro” set to span 30 years over Bernstein’s life and career. The all-star producing team includes Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Kristie Macosko Krieger, Fred Berner, and Amy Durning. Netflix has not yet commented on Bomer’s potential casting. Production is scheduled to take place this spring in New York City, London, Italy, and more.

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