McConaughey, Dazed and Confused All Over Again

You know the great thing about Matthew McConaughey? We get older, and he stays the same age.

At least the A-list father of two certainly makes it seem that way.

McConaughey, garbed once again in pink (er, salmon) pants and a Bob Marley T-shirt, recently reprised his mustachioed Casanova-like character, David Wooderson, from the 1993 cult classic Dazed and Confused.

In the video, made for Butch Walker and the Black Widows’ song “Synthesizers,” the recently engaged McConaughey hilariously channels Wooderson—the character who launched his career—as he makes his grand entrance into a nightclub.

Despite almost 20 years passing since the film’s release, McConaughey, BS ’93, Life Member, doesn’t look like he’s aged much, and he doesn’t act like it either.

For those who have seen the film, it’s not surprising that Wooderson is still the life of the party, because, naturally, his life still is a party. The trumpet-blasting, DJ-directing, dance-floor-grooving chick magnet still commands attention with every action; he still exudes a palpable sense of cool.

Unfortunately for Dazed and Confused fans, plans for a sequel were scrapped a few years back—so cherish every glorious moment McConaughey gives us in this video.

Plus, it’s not every day McConaughey stars in something where he doesn’t take his shirt off, though female fans would probably like it a lot better if he did.


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