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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 26 weeks ago

Which Superman Movie Was Jackie Collins Talking About With Matt Bomer Being Gay?

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Jackie Collins, sister of Joan Collins, recently let it be known that she heard the real reason why Matt Bomer wasn't cast as Superman because he was gay and the studio didn't want a gay Superman.

Well, this has created quite the controversy and hit the internet faster than a speeding bullet.

However, now Collins is questioning the validity of her information as EOnline is reporting the real reason that Matt Bomer wasn't cast as Superman is because of the director change that saw Brett Ratner bow out of "Superman Flyby" and Bryan Singer coming on board for Superman Returns.

"You can't trust them I guess," Collins said in a statement this morning. "I have more faith in Santa Claus now than I do an exec."

While EOnline states that Bomer was passed over for "Superman Flyby," because of Superman Returns, I can't but help wonder if that's the correct Superman movie Collins - or the exec - was referring to, as Bomer tried out for the Man of Steel.

As we reported on earlier, Bomer read lines with Amy Adams - Lois Lane in the Man of Steel - who wasn't attached to "Superman Flyby."

Bomer said he was passed over for the role because "the timing wasn't right."

Matt Bomer tried out for the Superman role two times, so which is it?

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