After a pins and needles climax in the True Detective finale in which Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) end up in Carcosa and finally take down the man who evaded them for nearly two decades, Rust sits in his hospital room — recovering from a gruesome stab wound to the gut — and listens to a news report say that authorities have denied any connection between Louisiana senator Edwin Tuttle and this massive generation-spanning web of pedophilia, abduction, and murder. But we know that’s about as far away from the truth as you can get.
Matthew McConaughey‘s gritty HBO crime noir True Detective had us hooked from day one, but we have to admit that we’ve been tempted to turn on the closed captioning more than a few times! It turns out we’re not the only ones — Joel McHale and Jim Rash have also had trouble keeping up!
Are Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves ready for baby number four? After taking home the Oscar for Best Actor, a report claims that Matthew told Camila he wanted to go home and make a baby.
“Alright, alright, alright.” Somehow, those three words don’t get annoying when they’re coming from Matthew McConaughey constantly winning awards! Whoever said he was a RomCom actor was completely off — and he proved it by taking home award after award this season, including the biggest of the year — the Academy Award.
Matthew McConaughey‘s gritty, HBO crime noir True Detective has been earning rave reviews since day one, but it took a six-minute long, single-take nail-biter of a heist scene to truly bring the show to the next level.
Matthew McConaughey is riding high as the Oscar-nominated star of Dallas Buyers Club, for which he was forced to lose 40 pounds during a four-month period. In fact, he’s in such good spirits, he’s not even trying gain back his pre-movie pounds! “I’m not back to the way I was before,” he admitted to HollywoodLife.com and other reporters Jan. 16 at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards. “But I don’t really want to be right now. I’m fine with where I am!”
Matthew McConaughey‘s career transformation from rom-com stoner goof to awards season staple has been mesmerizing. He continued his remarkable winning streak on Jan. 12 with True Detective, an unapologetically dark, tense, and cynical crime anthology series that proved itself to be a must-watch with its premiere, “The Long Bright Dark.”