Matthew McConaughey Felt It Had Been ‘Privileged’ To Turn Down Work

resizedimageMatthew McConaughey says he feels ‘privileged to that he was in a position to turn down work, so he could wait for grittier material.The forty four year old Failure to Launch star received a Best Actor award best drama at the January 12, 2014 Sunday Golden Globes, it was his work that he done in the Dallas Buyers Club.

The Magic Mike actor has moved past those romantic comedies and action movies to grittier critically-acclaimed projects. He reveals how he was able to do this, he took time to wait for the right material to come his way. McConaughey, whop is married to Camilla Alves and has children Levi, five, Vida, four, and Livingston, 12 months, says,

”I had a few things going for me. One, I had enough money in my bank account where I could say, ‘I’m going to say no to some things that I’ve been saying yes to,’ and my rent is going to be paid and the kids are going to eat.
”That was a real privilege to be able to say that at the time… plus I had a first child coming into the world [and I] said, ‘I’m going to say, no to some things for a while.
”I got down with my wife and said the same thing, I said, ‘I don’t know how long it’s going to be dry’ and it did dry out. It dried up for about 18 months to two years.”

He also admits that regrets are not what he has for turning down cerate work. He told ‘Access Hollywood’:

”There’s nothing in the past that I passed on that I actually regret. There was a rumour that I had ‘Titanic,’ and turned it down. That was actually false. I don’t know why [James] Cameron said that. I never got an official offer.”

And the star insists he was happy with his work before he took a break but he was just keen to give himself a new challenge.
He said:

”My career was going fine. I enjoyed my career. I enjoyed romantic comedies. I enjoyed the action comedies. I enjoyed the action movies that I was doing. I enjoyed all those. I just wanted to shake up my career, recalibrate, shift gears, and evolve a little bit to do something that was turning me on at this time in my life.
”Call that turning 40 as a man, I don’t know. It could be many things. Call it having a family. All of these things add to it.”

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