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Monday, July 2, 2012

Matthew McConaughey hotter than ever in new film

Matthew McConaughey hotter than ever in new film
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Actor Matthew McConaughey created his own stripper sequence in racy new movie Magic Mike - because he knew he'd come to regret not taking the opportunity to hit the stage and bare all, like his castmates. The newlywed Dazed And Confused star agreed to play strip club boss Dallas in director Steven Soderbergh's saucy project last year, and admits the script he read required him to keep his clothes on. However, the 42 year old couldn't resist the once-and-a-lifetime opportunity to try his hand at erotic dancing, so he picked out a song and wrote in a risque sequence for himself. He says, "It wasn't written. But Steven Soderbergh, the director, when he called me and pitched the story and I was down on my knees laughing and already saying, 'Yes, I'm in,' he said, 'You know it's not written that Dallas strips in the movie but I think it would be a great idea if he did, at the end.' "I read the script and I thought about it and it hit me pretty quickly, and I was like, 'If I'm gonna be in a stripper movie once in my life, if I don't give this a punt, if I don't try it out, I'm gonna regret it.'"
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Magic Mike" fans may have noticed that one of the film's stars looks a little less beefcake-y than he appeared in the movie. Matthew McConaughey is slimming down, reportedly dropping up to 30 pounds to play a man who contracts the HIV virus.

In the movie, McConaughey plays real life Ron Woodruff, who was told to "go home and die" after developing full-blown AIDS in 1986, electrician Ron Woodroof delves into the world of underground pharmacies that supply HIV drugs not approved for use in the U.S. in an attempt to prolong his life, and, ultimately, the lives of thousands of other people.

"I'm losing some weight," McConaughey tells Larry King's "Ora" Web series. "I've got a role coming up in the middle of September. I've lost about 15 pounds, I've gotta lose about 15 more. I should not look healthy by the time I'm doing (filming) this."

El actor tuvo que bajar 14 kilos para protagonizar Dallas Buyer’s Club, una película basada en hechos reales que contará con la dirección del cineasta Jean-Marc Vallée.

Ésta vez le tocó Matthew McConaughey sacrificar su musculatura para interpretar a Ron Woodruff, un electricista quien en los años 80 fue infectado con el virus del VIH por el uso de drogas intravenosas.

Fotografías recientes alertaron a sus fans, ya que luce muy demacrado.

"Dallas Buyers Club" narra la vida del electricista texano Ron Woodruff. Los médicos sólo le dieron seis meses de vida tras haberse contagiado de VIH. Ron consiguió alargar su vida hasta 1992 empleando medicamentos alternativos que introdujo en Estados Unidos de forma ilegal desde México.

Los trabajos de rodaje de la cinta comenzarán a mediados de septiembre.

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