If you wanted to see Matt Bomer play a superhero again, you'll have to wait. But if you're cool with listening to him play one you're in luck.
The Doom Patrol actor is set to lend his voice in DC Universe Movie's Justice Society: World War II animated film. The project will be the first DC movie to feature the Justice Society of America. That team of superheroes includes The Flash (who Bomer will voice), Wonder Woman (Stana Katic), Black Canary (Elysia Rotaru), Hawkman (Omid Abtahi), Hourman (Matthew Mercer), Dr. Fate (Keith Ferguson), and Aquaman (Liam McIntyre). A cast list for the film also includes Iris West (Ashleigh LaThrop), Steve Trevor (Chris Diamantopoulos), Charles Halstead (Geoffrey Arend) who is an enemy of the society, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was the President of the United States that helped form the Justice Society. This news is according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Guardians of the Galaxy's Jeff Wamster will direct the project. Meghan Fitzmartin and Jeremy Adams from Supernatural wrote the script. There has been no announced release date.
For those hoping to see Bomer in a superhero role, Doom Patrol has official begun production on its third season. In that project, Bomer plays Larry Trainor (aka Negative Man), whose body is covered in bandages. Trainor is a former pilot who is gay. The season is expected to air some time this year and will be available on HBO Max.