Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson might be more related than you think!
The famous actors, who are good friends and colleagues, reunite for their upcoming project, the Apple TV+ comedy series “Brother From Another Mother.”
During a recent appearance on Kelly Ripa’s podcast, “Let’s Talk Off Camera,” the Interstellar actor revealed that the series’ title could have a deeper meaning, as they could be related to each other.
He said: “Where do I begin and where do I end, where do I begin and where do I end, it has always been like a dark line.” It’s part of our relationship, right? My kids call him Uncle Woody. His kids call me Uncle Matthew.”
Matthew McConaughey revealed that they began to question their friendship a few years ago, when his mother Kay revealed that she and Woody Harrelson’s father knew each other in the past.
He continued, “In Greece a few years ago, we would sit and talk about our closeness and our families.” My mother is present and says, “Woody, I knew your father.” Everyone was aware of the missing forms my mother left after the word “favor”. It was “famous” laden with innuendo. »
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The revelation of Matthew McConaughey’s mother left the two to “dissect what that means” and find out that Woody Harrelson’s father “was on leave (from prison) while mom and dad were experiencing their second divorce.
Matthew added, “And then there are recipes and possible places in West Texas where he might have had a meeting, meeting, or ‘knowing’ moment.”
The Oscar winner admitted he was more reluctant to undergo a DNA test than his True Detective star. “It’s a little harder for me because it’s asking me to take the risk of saying to myself: Wait a minute, you’re trying to tell me my dad might not be my dad when I’ve believed in him for 53 years.” I’m more involved in the game.”
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