If you’ve yet to see the beloved gay teen film, Love, Simon, you’re missing out on a worldwide phenomenon that’s winning over audiences, gay and straight. The film from director, Greg Berlanti follows teenage Simon (Nick Robinson) as he struggles with coming to terms with his sexuality. Meanwhile, he discovers an anonymous classmate who’s also gay, with whom he starts an online friendship.
If you still haven’t seen the film and happen to be in Spring, Texas, you’re in luck. Matt Bomer and his husband, Simon Halls have bought out the AMC in his hometown of Spring for March 25. Bomer posted an invitation to Instagram, inviting anyone who wishes to see the film. Tickets are available at the box office on a first come, first serve basis, the day of the showing.
Following the film’s release, Bomer took to Instagram to lend it some praise.
“I’m so happy that a generation of young people will have this to watch and realize that #loveisloveisloveislove”
Bomer has been married to Halls since 2011, with whom he has three children. After years of speculation, he officially came out in 2012 at the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards. In 2014, he starred in The Normal Heart, Ryan Murphy’s pivotal adaptation of Larry Kramer’s play about the HIV/AIDS crisis. And this spring, he appears in the 50th anniversary Broadway production of The Boys in the Band.