It's pretty clear he's referencing Meek, but just in case you don't believe us...
Ch-ch-check out the shady moment and decide for yourself (below)!!!
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Long live Veronica Mars!
With Rob Thomas' newest series iZombie getting a second season renewal over on The CW, it seems as though another of his famous TV shows could be brought back to life.
That's because at a recent panel interview with his Sci-Fi cast, Rob admitted that the Veronica Mars movie may not be the last we've seen of Neptune.
Although nothing is planned as of yet, he did throw in that Kristen Bell is totally down for another reboot, saying:
Honesty IS the best policy!
In celebration of the Magic Mike XXL coming out this week, the guys over at Screen Junkies on YouTube decided it was time for them to give the original Channing Tatum stripper an Honest Trailer (below)!
The voice over hits the nail on the head when he says it's essentially either:
" … a really dumb version of Boogie Nights or a really smart version of Showgirls."
But let's be real, no one expects a great story out of it — we know EXACTLY why we went to see the original, and can't wait to see the sequel — THOSE BODS!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing Honest Trailer (below) for a breakdown of what the movie is actually like, or if you just wanna turn the sound off and watch Tatum and McConaughey dance around some more, go for it!
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
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 to solve a new crime in the (fictional) city of Vinci, CA.
It really wouldn't be True Detective without … a murder!
Survey says: Maybe!
On Tuesday, the Southpaw actor took Anna Liban to lunch at the Michelin restaurant in the Chelsea area of London. The Hollywood's bachelor was spotted getting very cozy with the brunette beauty as they enjoyed their meal.
However, we don't feel it's super serious quite yet as it's reported that the duo just met this week.
One source shared:
"They met at the Chiltern Firehouse in London and a relationship is blossoming from there. It's a very new romance that has only been sparked in the last few days."
Phew! There's still hope, Ruth!
It's said that Anna is the director of communications at Tory Burch. Hmmm, FABOOSH!
Apparently, this is not the first connection Anna's had with the Hollywood elite — as she used to be an assistant to agent Jonathan Sanders, who's previously represented Matthew McConaughey and Uma Thurman. Very inneresting!
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What did you say?
Do you ever wonder what Hollywood stars are really saying to each other on the red carpet?!
Well Jimmy Fallon's got your back, or rather his character of Peggy Hess does, on a segment on The Tonight Show called "Celebrity Whispers!"
Jimmy clues us in to Jessica Chastain's "new" song she sings for Matthew McConaughey, what Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson says to a friend at his San Andreas premiere, and whether or not Jack Black is "safe!"
Watch the HIGH-larious video (above) to reveal the "truth" on the red carpet!
Will Matthew McConaughey be the next great actor to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe??
The latest Spider-Man reboot casting rumor isn't about Peter Parker but instead about his greatest enemy!
The father of Peter's best friend Harry, head of Oscorp, and eventually insane super villain Green Goblin would be a juicy part that would allow Matthew to ham it up.
But as the McConaissance continues, his roles have mostly been more about subtlety and nuance. So we're not sure this casting is really in the cards…
Interestingly, Matthew costarred in Interstellar with actor Timothée Chalamet — one of Asa's fellow contenders for the role of Spider-Man.
Poor Matthew McConaughey!!
On May 15, Matthew's new film, The Sea of Trees, was booed during two different screenings at the Cannes Film Festival.
The film, depicts a scientist who plans to commit suicide in a Japanese forest after his beloved wife, played by Naomi Watts, dies. Throughout the character's journey, the audience is given flashbacks of the couple's not-so-perfect marriage and life together.
Despite the fabulous direction of Gus Van Sant, audiences were NOT happy with the flick, a fact McConaughey isn't too concerned about.
The actor explained:
"I liked the experience of making it and I'm glad we got the opportunity to introduce it to the world. Anyone has any right to either boo or ovate."
Wow, what a positive and upbeat attitude!!
Considering Matt has made a ton of great films, we bet this one flop is no biggie.
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