After eight thrilling, rapidly popular episodes, ‘True Detective’ came to an end on Mar. 9 with one of its tensest, scariest episodes yet. Rust and his less philosophical partner Marty were able to close the case that haunted them for 17 years (not without a few flesh wounds though), but did they really conquer darkness?
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.
No need to worry about spoilers in this ‘True Detective’ spoof! Joel McHale and Jim Rash poke fun at Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson’s slurs and mumbles on the popular HBO series — and we can’t understand a word they’re saying! Check out the hilarious catchy catchy catchy bing bong video right here! What?
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!
Long gone are the days when Barbara Eden’s belly button was the most controversial thing on TV. Check out HollywoodLife.com’s picks for the ten most shockingly racy sex scenes of all time below!
Matthew McConaughey might win the coveted Best Actor Academy Award for ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ next month, but its his Feb. 9 long-take scene from ‘True Detective’ that has everyone talking. Find out what the buzz is all about below!
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.
Alexandra bared all on the Jan. 19 episode of HBO’s ‘True Detective’ and while she left little to the imagination, fans still want more!
Alexandra Daddario got totally naked on the second episode of True Detective, HBO’s highest-rated new series since Boardwalk Empire. Appearing alongside big names like Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, Alexandra stole the show — along with some hearts!
Alexandra stripped down on the Jan. 19 episode of HBO’s ‘True Detective’ and it was incredibly steamy! She takes off all her clothes and then straddles her co-star, Woody Harrelson!
Alexandra Daddario bares all in her latest role on HBO’s True Detective. The 27-year-old had to get totally naked for the second episode and even though she was nervous, she looked great! Her character, Lisa Tragnetti, has an affair Detective Hart, played by Woody Harrelson, and in this scene she handcuffs him and takes off all of her clothes.
The ‘True Detective’ actress took a huge leap from her ‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians’ days by filming a nude scene for the HBO show’s premiere episode, which she considered a tempting ‘huge challenge’ that she revealed she just had to go for!
Alexandra Daddario, 27, took on her most mature acting role ever, playing Lisa Tragnetti on HBO’s True Detective. For her dramatic role, she even took on the “challenge” of filming in the nude — a major departure from her famed roles in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians film series. Alexandra credits her co-star Woody Harrelson for not making the filming “awkward,” which really helped her feel comfortable acting in the nude!
While Matthew McConaughey was doling out ‘alright, alright, alrights’ at the Golden Globes on Jan. 12, he was also securing next year’s trophy over on HBO, with the premiere of his dark, gritty new crime drama ‘True Detective.’
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.”
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