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Christopher Nolan’s Next Movie Is Already Done

After rescuing Matthew McConaughey from the universe's most heartwarming black hole, what's Christopher Nolan doing for a follow-up? Directing a short documentary about a pair of avant-garde filmmaker brothers, of course! Actually, scratch the present tense on that — Nolan has already completed his film on the Quay twins, two... More »

Everything This Season of True Detective Has Made You Feel

Maybe our expectations were just too high. The first season of True Detective (after, admittedly, a warmup period) was one of the best shows of 2014, with Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson delivering a dramatic gold mine, so our hopes were up there. Show More Summary

They Did What?! 16 Celebrities Who Had CRAZY JOBS Before Stardom

Before celebrities graced the big screen or hit the stage, they started from the bottom with jobs that were anything but glamorous! From Matthew McConaughey shoveling chicken manure to Brad… READ ON

Chill Owl Just Chills in Bath (VIDEO)

This owl is the early-'90s Matthew McConaughey of owls

Did The Latest Episode Of 'True Detective' Reference The Yellow King?

Remember digging for clues in the first season of "True Detective" to try and find the Yellow King? Yeah, us too. For those who don't remember, last year's "True Detective" followed Matthew McConaughey's Rust Cohle and Woody Harrelson's Marty Hart as they attempted to track down the Yellow King. Show More Summary

Deep dive: 'True Detective' season 2 is a flat circle

In the first season of True Detective, the hook was instantaneous. You put Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in front of a brutal, ritualistic murder scene and you’ve got yourself an audience — it’s as simple as that. True Detective...Show More Summary

The 'Magic Mike' casting director reveals how she chooses which actors to hire

Casting director Carmen Cuba is responsible for bringing muscle men Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, and Joe Magianello to the big screen in the "Magic Mike" franchise. As the founder of Carmen Cuba Casting, based in Los Angeles,...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Paint your brain with the use of color in True Detective’s title sequence

One of the biggest changes between seasons one and two of True Detective is that Matthew McConaughey’s Rust Cohle, now played by Vince Vaughn, cleaned up his act, moved to northern New Jersey, and opened a number of successful Chuck E. Show More Summary

Matthew McConaughey Dogged By Divorce Rumors

After the break-up last week of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, the rumor mill is churning to suggest the marriage of Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves is in big trouble. The buzz about non-stop fighting, and McConaughey being pushed into the marriage seems to be getting louder and louder. Show More Summary

Judge: Cancel Trademark Registrations for Redskins

Matthew McConaughey doesn't think there's anything wrong with the Washington Redskins' name or logo, but many others, including a federal judge, disagree. Judge Gerald Bruce Lee put out a 70-page ruling today that orders the US Patent and Trademark Office to cancel all registrations for the NFL team's trademark, noting...

How Texas' Most Famous Fan Is Still Inspiring the Longhorns

Matthew McConaughey is almost as important to the Texas program as the program is to him. He has addressed the team almost every year in recent memory, and who can forget his presence on the sidelines of the 2006 Rose Bowl? Mack Brown...Show More Summary

‘True Detective’ Star Taylor Kitsch Talks Inspiration By Matthew McConaughey And His Character’s Big Secret

As True Detective enters its second season, one of the more interesting new characters is Paul Woodrugh, played by Taylor Kitsch, who prior to Detective, was best known as Tim Riggins on Friday Night Lights. Whether it’s popping Viagra pills or trying to conceal his gay longings, Woodrugh is certainly one complicated individual. Show More Summary

A Black Hole Just Awakened from Its Slumber

Black holes are famous for their capacity to devour anything unlucky enough to fall into them—including light (and especially Matthew McConaugheys). But that doesn’t necessarily mean that black holes always appear as dark cosmic sinkholes...Show More Summary

Un-True Detective: HBO Noir Series Misses the Mark

The Stars of True Detective Season Two: Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch and Vince Vaughn Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey in Season One of True Detective. Although the second season of True Detective on HBO has aShow More Summary

Matthew McConaughey: Decent Boxing Cornerman, Not So Good MMA Hopeful

Matthew McConaughey is a man of many talents. He’s an Academy Award-winning actor, a bizarrely philosophical car salesman, a catchphrase creator, a naked bongo player, and his own hero. He was also, for one shining night in Ireland in...Show More Summary

True Detective Season 2 Premiere Recap — There’s A New Sheriff In Town! Spoilers!

Warning: Spoilers ahead. Though we might've fallen in love with Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in HBO's crime anthology — we think this season of True Detective might just be better! This time around, in Sunday's premiere, we have a new set of A-listers including Rachel McAdams, Vince Vaughn, Taylor Kitsch, and Colin Farrell – who're slated [...]

All your 'True Detective' Season 2 premiere questions, answered

The premiere of "True Detective" Season 2 is quickly approaching, and the crime anthology series has a lot to live up to. The first season, featuring the talents of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, was critically acclaimed and...Show More Summary

‘True Detective': Vaughn, Farrell, McAdams And Kitsch Headline Dark, Intense Season 2

Season 2 of True Detective with Vaughn and Farrell hits HBO this weekend and fans can’t wait to get started. Season 1 starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey was a big hit, but the Season 2 cast featuring Vince Vaughn and Colin...Show More Summary

TV Review: Going straight is a struggle for True Detective

“Why would I do another buddy-cop show?” asks True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto in a recent Vanity Fair profile. “I think whatever I had to say about the buddy-cop genre, I said.” More’s the pity. In place of Matthew McConaugheyShow More Summary

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