Actor Matthew McConaughey speaks during an interview with Reuters at an advanced screening of the film Interstellar in Fort Hood, Texas October 18, 2014. REUTERS/Ashley Landis
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Matthew McConaughey's upcoming film about a journey beyond the stars may as well be about the Texas actor's own stratospheric career these days.From winning his best actor Oscar in March for "Dallas Buyers Club" to his lead role in the highly anticipated space-exploration drama "Interstellar," set to become one of the year's biggest movies, McConaughey has rocketed to a level of stardom unlike anything he said he has ever experienced before.And he loves it, the actor told Reuters.Once pigeonholed into playing goofy hotshot characters in action movies and romantic comedies, McConaughey's turn towards grittier dramatic roles has been dubbed the McConaissance, a change that he attributes to being more settled and mature in his personal life.McConaughey is being drawn back to his lighter roots, saying he is currently conceptualizing his own comedy.
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