Could audiences see 'Paddington 2' villain Phoenix Buchanan return to wreak more havoc?
In 'The Gentlemen', McConaughey plays an American expat who has built an enormous drug empire in London.
Two stalwarts of the romcom genre are finally set to work together, according to Matthew McConaughey.
Physical transformation is a huge part of the actor’s toolkit, whether it’s gaining weight, adopting a new physicality or sitting in the make-up chair for hours on end while talented crew members work their magic.This year has yielded an unusual array of transformative performances, with many of the world’s most famous faces changed beyond all recognition in service of delivering something special on the big screen.From glossy awards season biopics to mega-budget blockbuster spectaculars, the craft of an actor often requires a willingness to take risks in delivering a memorable look.These stars certainly succeeded.Read moreMovie transformations of 2018Charlize Theron criticised for dramatic Monster weight gainOlivia Colman discusses shifting weight between Queen roles
The story follows American expat Mickey Pearson (McConaughey) who built a highly profitable marijuana empire in London and is trying to sell it.
Zach Galifianakis felt compelled to call Bradley Cooper and apologise for calling him 'a hot idiot' in the trailer for the Between Two Ferns movie.
Matthew McConaughey has been appointed to the Department of Radio-Television-Film at the University of Texas at Austin (his alma mater) as its new professor of practice.
The director says he may have 'bit off more than he could chew' with his sophomore feature starring Matthew McConaughey.
Guy Ritchie has tapped top-tier talent to lead his big-screen return to British crime dramas, “Toff Guys.”
It was Matthew McConaughey's 48th birthday at the weekend, but rather than spending it in a hot tub full of A-listers, he went round handing out Thanksgiving turkeys instead.
Best-selling author says the planned small screen take on his epic book series will not be related to this year's big screen misfire.
Stephen King has offered up his two cents as to why the recent adaptation of his book 'The Dark Tower' lost its shirt at the box office.
The review embargo has lifted for the long-awaited adaptation of Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' and it's not looking pretty.
Long in-development adaptation of Stephen King's epic fantasy series hits UK cinemas in August.
It’s the moment Stephen King fans have been waiting for – his fantasy epic ‘The Dark Tower’ has finally been brought to life. After some teasers from its stars Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey on Twitter yesterday, and some pretty cool motion posters released online, we’ve got our first proper look at the forthcoming movie. Elba plays the ‘gunslinger’ Roland Deschain, the last of his kind who roam the post-apocalyptic Mid-World, which exists in parallel to Earth, in search of the ‘dark tower’, the nexus of all universes.
Matthew McConaughey returns to cinemas this week in ‘Gold’ (out on 3 February) playing prospector Kenny Wells, a fictional character loosely inspired by real-life miner David Walsh who brought the Canadian stock market to its knees in the 1990s. Like Wells in the film, Walsh was a larger-than-life character – “a consumer of life” as McConaughey puts it – who died prematurely aged 52, so the 47-year-old actor filled up on life, gaining 47 pounds to look the part. It’s a stark contrast to the extreme weight loss he underwent for his Oscar-winning performance in ‘Dallas Buyers Club’.
Many actors have criminal records, but Matthew McConaughey wins the award for having easily the best one. There they found McConaughey, pre-McConaissance, of course, ‘dancing naked’, and arrested him, the charges relating to the possession of marijuana and its necessary paraphernalia and resisting transportation. “I don’t want to rent a place there, but it was a nice stay for a night,” McConaughey said at the time.
Universal has released a series of new character portraits for ‘Sing’, the new animated musical from the studio responsible for ‘Minions’ and ‘Despicable Me’, to help you put a face to a name. Directed by Garth Jennings (‘Son of Rambow’, ‘The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy’), ‘Sing’ is set in a world like ours but one that is completely inhabited by animals, and it tells the story of a plucky Koala who wants to host the world’s greatest singing competition.