Owen Wilson Vs Matthew Mcconaughey

Owen Wilson Vs Matthew McConaughey

Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey have an undeniable bromance; they star together in the new television show Brother From Another Mother. But now, their bromance may have an even deeper foundation: during his appearance on Kelly Ripa’s podcast Let’s Talk Off Camera, McConaughey revealed that his mother knew Harrelson’s father – Kay knew Harrelson’s dad! McConaughey and Harrelson have discussed taking a DNA test; however he said he’s been wary given its potential implications.

Both actors share an intense affinity for Texas, with strong bonds to fellow Texans Glen Powell and Dennis Quaid. Recently, they joined forces to record a PSA supporting changes to Texas film tax incentives; criticizing its current system which benefits out-of-state production companies and actors at their expense.

Matthew McConaughey has become widely-renowned for his roles in films like Dallas Buyers Club, The Wolf of Wall Street, and True Detective as well as voice work for Kubo and the Two Strings and Sing. Owen Wilson is best-known for his roles in Wes Anderson films like Bottle Rocket and The Grand Budapest Hotel as well as Tropic Thunder and Guy Ritchie’s forthcoming The Gentlemen movie.

Woody Harrelson, born and bred in Texas, has become one of the premier actors of various genres over his long and distinguished career. From comedy films to action pictures and crime dramas – even directing HBO’s True Detective season one! – and appearing in several HBO television series like Eastbound & Down and The Leftovers, Harrelson has truly shown his versatility as an artist.

Harrelson and McConaughey join fellow Texas actors such as Powell, Quaid, and others for this PSA dedicated to filmmaking in Texas. While discussing its benefits as an industry, what makes the video truly interesting is witnessing these actors share their love of their home state! Hopefully the state changes its incentive program soon so these actors can continue filming here!

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