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Matthew McConaughey And Jennifer Lopez Reunite Virtually To Reminisce On 'The Wedding Planner'

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By Savannah Pointer

Actor Matthew McConaughey uploaded a video to his Twitter account, talking about his experience filming “The Wedding Planner” with actress and singer Jennifer Lopez, on Friday.

McConaughey shared some of his memories from how he obtained the 2001 role in the clip and explained that, “Jennifer was already cast, they were looking for the male lead. I think we were coming up against a writer strike. "So, what that means is that the industry was trying to get as many movies made as quickly as possible because of the possibility you wouldn't be making any movies. There would be sort of a strike where you couldn't make any movies."

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McConaughey’s Tweet Seemed To Be In Response To Lohan’s


The Texas native’s walk down memory lane appeared to be triggered by Lopez’s video in which she reminisced working on the early 2000s film and tagged McConaughey saying, “You are enough,” quoting his line in the film.

"You are enough," Lopez wrote alongside the video, also tagging the "Dallas Buyers Club" star.

McConaughey, 50, responded in the comments, writing, "You are more than enough."

The pair further sparked rumors when Lopez re-tweeted her fellow “Wedding Planner” star’s tweet and said “Let’s do it again soon.”

McConaughey Recently Made Headlines Weighing In on The Fight Against COVID-19


Matthew McConaughey is once again weighing in on the fight against COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, by encouraging fans to assist in the effort against the spread of the disease by staying at home, and allowing healthcare workers to get ahead of the virus.

“We are at war with a virus, and health-care troops and first responders are on the front line fighting it every day,” the 50-year-old actor said in a compelling voice-over. “Let's join the fight by staying home.”

McConaughey Posted the Video to Twitter


McConaughey’s video called on citizens to remember that the best way they can fight to keep their fellow Americans safe is to stay home:

“Staying home is not a retreat, it's the most brave and aggressive weapon we have against this enemy,” McConaughey continues.

“Because, when we do stay at home, we prevent overwhelming our hospitals while buying time for our scientists to find the vaccine.” As McConaughey concluded, “And that is how we beat it,” text appeared in the video, simply stating: “Stay home.”

The Texas Native Told Reporters ‘Staying Home is More Than a Good Idea’


“It seemed like we need to let the message out that staying home is more than more than a good idea, that it’s actually what we need to do — what's necessary to win,” McConaughey told reporters Monday. “That’s why we started it off with saying, let’s look at this as it is a war that we’re in, instead of just saying, ‘Hey, is it a good defense to go stay at home?’ No, actually, it’s our greatest offense right now.”

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