The story takes place (as told by McConaughey on “Saturday Night Live” over The Independent) that the actor will become a person of award-winning caliber does not even consider the future in which he will inevitably find himself. After talking with the manufacturer of “Shocked and Confused” at a bar one night, he finds himself finally cast in a role that could make him a star.
When it came to the “okay, okay, okay” icon, McConaughey was inspired to bring something unique to the now cult classic. Thrilled while filming his first scene, he tried to figure out what kind of person his character, David Wooderson, was. “Who is my man? You know, what kind of man is he?” And I said to myself: ‘Wooderson about four things: he’s about cars, weeds, rock’ n’ roll and chicks. “” From here, the moment of magic quickly began, all in all just above three.
“Well, I’m in my 70s for Chevelle. That’s one,” he explained. “I have the Slater riding shotgun, so I’m definitely going to be taller, that’s two. And we had Ted Nugent play ‘Stranglehold’ on track eight, oh that’s three.” “From there, the stars align. “At this point I heard the intercom, ‘Action!’ And I looked up in the driveway at this redhead intellectual and I said to myself, ‘Dude, you got a three out of four. Okay, okay, okay!’ “For” Surprised and Confused” it was a highlight and a perfect moment for McConaughey.
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