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Matthew McConaughey, notable University of Texas alum, stopped by the Longhorns’ football complex on Wednesday to drop in on the team’s practice.
The Oscar winner, who graduated from Texas in 1993, brought along his 5-year-old son Levi.
As For the Win reminds us, the Longhorns – who were ranked No. 25 in the first USA Today poll of the season – are just 1-2 on the year so far and have a big game against Kansas on Saturday that they need to win if they want to try to keep their postseason hopes alive.
They could use a little luck, and McConaughey has brought it in the past by attending the 2009 Fiesta Bowl, 2006 Rose Bowl and 2005 Rose Bowl – all of which the Longhorns have won.
During his visit to practice on Wednesday, McConaughey treated the players to a special rendition of his Wolf of Wall Street chant. Maybe that was just the ticket.
Matthew McConaughey’s former co-stars Jennifer Garner (Dallas Buyers Club), Reese Witherspoon (Mud) and Jessica Chastain (Interstellar) are set to celebrate his illustrious career on October 21 as the actor is honoured with the 2014 American Cinematheque Award.
Other guests set to toast, and roast (!), the Academy Award winning actor are Jimmy Kimmel — who will host the star-studded evening — actor Cole Hauser, and producer Lili Fini Zanuck.
Hauser co-starred alongside McConaughey in his 1993 breakout film Dazed And Confused, while Zanuck produced his 2002 film, Reign Of Fire.
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You may want to brace yourself for this one. Despite writer and star Channing Tatum’s earlier claims to the contrary, Magic Mike XXL director Greg Jacobs revealed in an interview with The Playlist that Matthew McConaughey will not be returning for the sequel to the 2012 surprise hit.
Though it would be premature to say that McConaughey’s absence will be a huge blow to the film, it’s no reach to say that Dallas ( the charismatic manipulator that McConaughey played in the original movie) was one of the main attractions in Magic Mike. Coupled with the so-called “retirement” of director Steven Soderbergh (who will still serve as director of photography, editor and camera operator on the sequel), it seems that Magic Mike XXL will have a somewhat different vibe than the original.
“It’s road trip movie,” Jacobs said. “It’s different enough that once you see it you’ll understand why we made a sequel. No one will be accusing us of making the same movie twice.” That Jacobs and writers Tatum and Reid Carolin don’t want to simply re-make the original is encouraging (see: The Hangover II), but it just won’t be the same without McConaughey. It’s now abundantly clear that those Lincoln commercials were simply designed to give us fond flashbacks of True Detective and a furtive taste of the Magic Mike XXL road trip he’ll never take.
Magic Mike XXL began preliminary shooting earlier this month and is currently slated for a July 1, 2015 release.