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Matthew McConaughey Eyed For Role In The Dark Tower


The last time we talked about Matthew McConaughey, it was about how he turned down the villain role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Now, another high profile role has come his way, with both The Wrap and Variety reporting that he has been offered the role of the Man in Black, the big bad of Sony’s long in development adaption of Stephen King’s epic fantasy series, The Dark Tower. The Wrap actually goes one further to say he has been offered the choice of two roles, the series’ demonic sorcerer villain or its hero, gunslinger Roland Deschain.

What’s worth noting is McConaughey was rumoured to play the villain of another highly anticipated Stephen King adaption, The Stand, Randall Flagg, which fans of the author’s work will know is actually the Man in Black (though writer/director Josh Boone later said he wanted the actor for the central hero role of Stu Redman) in another incarnation. As you would expect from the man who can turn down Marvel, McConaughey can pick and choose his roles at this stage, thanks to the McConaissance, and it’s really down to the script (or paycheck, if you want to be cynical) being enticing enough. Personally, I think he’s kill it in the villain role, something we haven’t seen him tackle all that often.

Directed by A Royal Affair’s Nikolaj Arcel, The Dark Tower is et fore release 13th January 2017.


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