12:22 PM EDT 12/21/2014
Originally posted 10/02/2014 09:20AM
It's like something out of a movie.
Originally posted 09/07/2014 08:20AM
He already has an Oscar. Is he going for a Ph.D., too?
Originally posted 08/26/2014 01:00AM
See the men at the Emmys who got us talking
Originally posted 08/25/2014 09:05PM
Why is Academy Award winner and golden boy Matthew McConaughey at the Emmys? That's what Jimmy Kimmel wants to know.
Originally posted 08/24/2014 05:35PM
Much of True Detective's appeal is based on Matthew McConaughey's riveting performance as (true) Detective Rustin Cohle and the loopy, dark cop-buddy chemistry he summoned with real-life pal Woody Harrelson, to say nothing of Nic Pizzolatto's dense, allusion-heavy dialogue.
But the show's visual style deserves a big shout-out as well, and it's for a combination of all of those reasons that it deserves to walk home with the Emmy for best drama.
Pizzolatto and director Cary Fukunaga sketched a compelling, singular vision of Louisiana (and Texas) for the show: Inspired by photographer Richard Misrach's work documenting Louisiana's "Chemical Corridor," Petrochemical America, they developed a stark, bleached look for the show.
Originally posted 08/24/2014 04:35PM
Yield to the Era of McConaughey. You thought it was over with his Oscar win, didn't you? Well, you thought wrong. It's just getting started.
McConaughey's role as the masculinely-named (true) Detective Rusin Cohle doubled-down on the grimness of his appearances in films like The Paperboy and Killer Joe, and added a dose of surreal, philosophical weirdness, thanks to showrunner Nic Pizzolatto's riffs on religion, nihilism and the psychosphere.
Originally posted 08/20/2014 07:30PM
The star is going to make the accessory cool again no matter what it takes
Originally posted 07/25/2014 09:15AM
The duo thrilled fans at the San Diego convention while touting their upcoming sci-fi epic, Interstellar
Originally posted 06/08/2014 09:15PM
It was a weekend filled with prayers and words of hope for Tracy Morgan, who was critically injured in a car accident.
Still, between a very important birthday and a equally festive Nashville party, some lighter news emerged from Hollywood and beyond.
5. Kanye Turns 37, World Continues TurningYes, Sunday was Kanye West's birthday, which is surprisingly not a national holiday. Instagram was afire with pics from the Kardashians as they celebrated his special day. Kim gave her husband a "Yeezus" cake (ahem, kake?), and Kris Jenner shared a selfie with her freshly minted son-in-law.
Send the birthday boy your best wishes!
Originally posted 05/23/2014 11:05AM
[YOUTUBE "imW392e6XR0"] Jimmy Kimmel brought back his fantastic Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves segment Wednesday night, with a shocking twist. This time, a surprising number of the mean Tweets were actually ... good?
Sure, there were the requisite amounts of unfathomable abuse – why does Andy Garcia, of all people, have haters? – and impenetrable obscenities (particularly the ones aimed at Matthew McConaughey). But other Tweets showed a heretofore-unobserved level of wit that made their targets suppress a chuckle. Even David Blaine thought that David Blaine joke was pretty solid!
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