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Matthew McConaughey is about to appear in a string of high-profile silver screen roles including as a Civil-War-era rebel hero and Stephen King movie villain. But he’s still haunted by the nihilistic character he played on the small screen for HBO’s True Detective. In fact, he liked the character so much that he’s still interested in reprising the role.
“I miss Rust Cohle, man,” he said in an interview with Rich Eisen on The Rich Eisen Show Wednesday. “I miss watching him on Sunday nights.”
“The Sea Of Trees” is rolling out internationally, and will be released stateside by Roadside Attractions, but no date has been given just yet. Watch the new international trailer below.
Matthew McConaughey accepts an award at Variety’s Unite 4 Humanity Event.
A Japanese trailer for Gus Van Sant’s The Sea of Trees arrived online, offering the first extended preview of the Matthew McConaughey-starring film since the release of a short clip early last year.
“Sing” is set to arrive in theaters on Dec. 21, 2016.