Matthew Mcconaughey isn't chasing an Oscar Award for 'Dallas Buyers Club' but wants a ''great experience''.
Matthew Mcconaughey isn't hoping to win an Oscar Award for 'Dallas Buyers Club'.
The 43-year-old actor insists he didn't take on the role of real-life AIDS victim Ron Woodroof in the drama movie to be recognised at the Academy Awards but to tell an important story and broaden his career.
Quizzed on rumours of a possible Best Actor nomination for his performance, he said: ''There's nothing out there that I am chasing. I want my work to translate. Last year was an incredibly creative year of work for me. It was also the first year I lost money. How about that? Make sure you [write] that I'm saying that with a grin. I'm looking for great experiences.''
The Hollywood hunk - who is married to Brazilian model Camila Alves - had to lose a significant amount of weight to play Woodroof and he did so with a combination of a controlled diet and self-control.
Speaking at the Toronto International Film festival, he told USAToday.com: ''I lost 47 pounds. On the face of it, that's something. It did inform what I was able to do. There's the literal hunger but there's also this headstrong insatiability. The body is more resilient than we give it credit for. I was eating meals. I had controlled meals.''
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