Matthew McConaughey Conducts Fantasy Orchestra

It’s just a little Matthew McConaughey doing some behind-the-scenes work conducting Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony for his new movie “Sing 2.”

No bongos, just a dad having a little fun.

Okay, okay, okay.

McConaughey is not facing the camera but looking at the green screen, and he doesn’t speak. There was a cup lying on a piece of wood beside him. Is it a Wild Turkey 101 bourbon? We do not know.

But the 52-year-old star is in his composition, having fun until they say: “Cut!”

You almost wonder if this will be an ending or run in the movie’s credits. The Instagram post received more than 48,000 likes in 12 hours.

The film hits theaters this week on Wednesday, December 22. The family film is hoping to compete with Keanu Reeves and the new film “The Matrix: Ressurrections.”

McConaughey on Witherspoon Crush

The “Sing 2” actor recently talked about one of the first people to fall in love with Hollywood. He was on “The Ellen DeGeneres” on Friday with longtime friend and co-star Reese Witherspoon.

Based on Page six, Matthew McConaughey revealed that he watched Witherspoon in her first movie, “Man In The Moon” in 1991, and fell in love with her.

The comments criticized the 45-year-old actress. But, she recovered and told him he was “very sweet” for his answer. She then joked that they should make a movie about it.

For the actress, Witherspoon cast legendary Doors singer Jim Morrison saying “she was a weird kid” growing up.

The pair have acted in three films together (Sing, Sing 2 and 2012’s Mud) but have never appeared on screen.

No sequel for McConaughey?

Recently, the star said that he is satisfied with his past roles. He’s proud of this upcoming movie “Sing 2” to show his three kids and even brought the whole family to its Hollywood premiere.

“I’m very pleased with where all the characters I’ve played live and they all have their own beginnings, middles, and endings and I’m happy with where they end up,” McConaughey said. Cinema.

McConaughey told the “Today” show recently that he’s made a few movies that, if his kids watch them, will just “raise more questions than answers”.

He said a role is “suitable,” calling his Moondog character from the 2019 film “The Beach Bum” suitable for any length of time. Sure, there’s nothing to love about a rebellious rock who writes poetry and lives by condition.

McConaughey doesn’t really have any new movies lined up at this point after “Sing 2.” Perhaps he would be willing to revisit one of those characters. Matthew McConaughey Conducts Fantasy Orchestra

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