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Matthew McConaughey

Colbert & McConaughey: Big Questions

Colbert & McConaughey: Big Questions

Matthew McConaughey dropped by The Late Show and mused about life’s biggest questions with host Stephen Colbert. Watch the two be “masculine yet poetic” as they talk about life choices™, last words, words to live by, and much more.

Every Alright

Every Alright

Matthew McConaughey’s unofficial catchphrase first turned up in 1993’s Dazed and Confused. Since then, he’s said “Alright” just a few more times. Ownergy follows up their previous McConaughey tribute by cataloging every occurrence through 2017 in chronological order.

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The Dark Tower (Trailer)

The Dark Tower (Trailer)

Who knows if it’ll translate to the big screen, but we’re excited to see Idris Elba as The Last Gunslinger, and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black in this adaptation of Stephen King’s classic series of science fiction novels. Oh please, oh please let this be good.

Gold (Trailer)

Gold (Trailer)

Where there’s treasure, there are thieves. Set in the late ’80s to the ’90s, Gold is about Kenny Wells, a down on his luck businessman who partners with a geologist to find gold in Indonesia. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Edgar Ramirez and Bryce Dallas Howard.

Parrot McConaughey

Parrot McConaughey

Einstein the parrot is a bird of many words and many sounds. But when it comes to his impression of Matthew McConaughey, he has just one thing to say. We’ll give you a clue: it’s not “time is a flat circle.” (Thanks Jeff!)

The Evolution of Matthew McConaughey

The Evolution of Matthew McConaughey

Burger Fiction’s visual filmography of Matthew McConaughey. He’s gone through dramatically different niches and characters throughout his career, despite the fact that he’s performed almost all of them with the exact same accent. Time is a flat all right all right all Murph.

Matthew McConaughey x Star Wars

Matthew McConaughey x Star Wars

YouTuber oskararnarson lifted a dramatic long take from Interstellar to distill how many fans reacted to the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser. It’s also exactly how we look like when we’re paying our bills.

Kimmel & McConaughey: Vulcan Video

Kimmel & McConaughey: Vulcan Video

For its live show in Austin, Texas, Jimmy Kimmel Live made a series of commercials for one of the city’s small businesses with the help of native Texan Matthew¬†McConaughey. Vulcan Video: A Video Store in 2015. It Has Free Parking.

McConaughey’s Existential Lincoln Ad

McConaughey’s Existential Lincoln Ad

“Ah bet ah could move this glahss with mah maaaahnd. But ahm afraid of what it’d mean if ah couuuuld.” Jon Bailey mocks Matthew McConaughey in this parody of the Lincoln MKZ ad. Got an hour’s worth of them flat circles? Here.

SNL: McConaughey & Harrelson

SNL: McConaughey & Harrelson

While Johnny Depp is now that dude who plays weird characters, Matthew McConaughey is that dude who makes normal characters weird, as lampooned by Saturday Night Live and host Woody Harrelson. Unofficial mirror here.

SNL: Lincoln Ads

SNL: Lincoln Ads

Jim Carrey channels Matthew McConaughey in this parody of his pretentious Lincoln MKC commercials. It does make you wonder how Matt went from True Detective and Dallas Buyers Club to hawking cars in less than a year.

True Detective (Trailer 2)

True Detective (Trailer 2)

In this upcoming HBO drama, two detectives try to find a serial killer who’s been terrorizing Louisiana for 17 years. But it seems like one of them has a dark side of his own. The song is Young Men Dead by The Black Angels.

True Detective (Trailer)

True Detective (Trailer)

Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson star in this dark HBO drama about two detectives forced to work together to catch a serial killer who’s been on the loose for 17 years in the bayous of Louisiana. Coming January 2014.

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