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McConaughey explains that the evolution in his personal life made him want to grow in his craft. "You start a family and you get selfish," he says. "I remember feeling not sure about what I wanted to do and feeling—I'm not sure despondent is the right word, but a feeling like things are plateauing. I wanted more evolution. I want to feel ascension in the grade. Because I was feeling a lot of ascension in my personal life, qualitative evolution. I wanted to close the gap between who I am and the life I’m living and my work life." McConaughey has done just that with his two newest roles: a fugitive in next month's "Mud" and an HIV-positive man in "The Dallas Buyer's Club," the movie for which the actor lost an astounding 38 pounds. Both flicks are a far cry from the guy who once had his name at the top of the marquee in rom-coms like "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" and "The Wedding Planner." credit:yahoo
I guess he's originally really fit so getting to his actual body is a piece of cake
how is that even possible/ from skeleton thin to ripped body in a few weeks?
now i believe he's the fitness king!
wow.. just a few weeks ago he was like sickly thin?!