The characters’ email and Instant Message exchanges—not to mention, the presence of chunky Samsung flip phones and giant desktop computers—are obviously outdated, but there’s no denying that the movie still holds up today.
Frankly, we're still obsessed with watching Murray and Duff, aka the epitome of early-'00s teen royalty in Hollywood, together onscreen.
They’re always challenging themselves and, thusly, me as an actor. I love my job on 'White Collar.'" For more on Burton and her "White Collar" role, click over to TV Guide.
came out, but Chad Michael Murray is still a prince! published a poignant essay written by the actress on the very subject!
(Lucas Scott and Lizzie Mc Guire falling in love at a high school dance?
That will forever be box-office gold in our eyes.) But if the movie were to take place now, how would life be different for the modern Sam and Austin? "They can make that story time and time again, and it’ll always be evolving due to technology and society,” the star told And Murray isn’t the only one to catch reruns of his past hits.
The One Tree Hill alum and the 32-year-old — who are already parents of a 17-month-old baby boy — met while filming the movie Chosen and secretly tied the knot in January 2015.
So to come back and have this new love interest that I have really wonderful chemistry with and who I really love as a person has been nice." Will Burton have to say goodbye to her new leading man anytime soon? "I consider 'White Collar' my home base," Bomer said.
"I’m so lucky to get to play a character that’s very multifaceted and the writers take risks on and never get into a staid process with.
He was born in a place called Buffalo which lies in New York of United States of America.
This makes his nationality American and ethnicity white.
The couple decided to get married in the year 2005 and lived as husband and wife for some time.