The 'True Detective' Opening But Starring Cats

It's the cat version of that show that all your friends are talking about. When actors as talented as Meowthew McConaughey and Woody Purrelson choose to do television, you know you're in for a treat.

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Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson have teamed up, surprisingly not to raise hemp awareness (it's a versatile material!), but instead to have a drawl-off in the upcoming HBO series True Detective. They star as two detectives -- Harrelson is the family man and McConaughey is the tortured one who sleeps naked and leans back in chairs -- tracking a serial killer across Louisiana over the span of seventeen years. I don't want to spoil the series for those who haven't read the book, but prepared to be disappointed to find out the killer is actually a really methodical alligator.


Here's a Fake Trailer For 'True Detective' Featuring Footage Of The Season 2 Stars

There's been a LOT of buzz over True Detective casting the past few months, and now that we've got two of the stars down in Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell, it's only appropriate that someone cobbled together a fake trailer out of existing footage. Someone did. And it's terrific. In fact, I give it my highest rating ever. Six thumbs up. If we could get Elizabeth Moss signed on for some Peggy moments in here, that would just up the comedy value. Until the other two leads get announced, maybe we just have big bouncing question marks in half the video. That wouldn't be annoying.


This 'True Detective' Trailer Rachel McAdams Stabbin' Wood A Whole Lot Of Somber Faces

SMILE, GUYS! You're on a hit TV show! We've got another True Detective season 2 trailer from HBO, and this one offers us a little more insight than the last one, which lacked any dialogue. We see people startin' fires, stabbin' wood, and showin' scars. What does any of it mean? I still don't know, but you can always read up on our bevy of posts regarding this season. We've got all the stars here, though it looks like Ms. Rachel McAdams gets a little more spotlight than the rest of the mostly-male cast. Here's the trailer: I don't know what it is, but I like it. (A.V. Club)


Matthew McConaughey's 'Dazed and Confused' Audition Tape is the Most McConaughey Thing to Ever McConaughey

If you ever wanted proof that McConaughey *is* Wooderson (and vice versa), this is it. By Jared Jones It is often said that the greatest actors don't act at all, really, but rather bring certain (enhanced) aspects of their own personality into the character they are portraying — prime examples of this being Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski, John Wayne in everything, and Matthew McConaughey in Dazed and Confused. With his perpetually laid-back vibe and penchant for stony anecdotes, McConaughey *is* Wooderson and vice versa, hence why the actor will always be looked at through the lense of his first defining role. Perhaps to confirm our long-running and well-backed suspicions about McConaughey the person, the Criterion Collection decided to release his original audition tape for Dazed and Confused yesterday. It is without a doubt the most McConaughey thing to ever McConaughey. According to FilmDrunk, the then-23-year-old McConaughey only wound up in Dazed and Confused after meeting the film's casting director at the Hyatt bar where "McConaughey’s buddy used to bartend and give him free beer." My guess is that said director took one look into McConaughey's steely blue, glazed over eyes and instantly knew that everything was going to be all right, all right, all right. Check out McConaughey's audition tape above, which features his now infamous "high school girls" line and even an appearance by future Dazed and Confused co-star Willy Wiggins. Willy Wiggins. With a name like that, it's a shame that kid's career never took off.


We've Got The Trailer For Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' Starring Matthew McConaughey

It's not a Christopher Nolan film if you understand what's going on. Christopher Nolan's next outing will likely be just as high-profile as his most recent ones. Interstellar, a space thriller that will supposedly screw with heads the same way Inception did, has a typically all-star cast including Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain. The film will focus on a weary old pilot who is called back into duty for a trip to space. From there, things get predictably hairy, though it's not exactly clear how. Christopher Nolan is pretty overt about "borrowing" from Kubrick in the film, which is also no surprise. It would be bigger news if a director didn't borrow from Kubrick in a space film. Interstellar, as the trailer states, hits theaters in November.