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Matthew McConaughey Is Here For All Your Bingo Needs


Actor Matthew McConaughey stepped up to the mic this week to entertain a group of Texas seniors who are under quarantine.

McConaughey finally hosted the center's bingo night at The Enclave at Round Rock Senior Living in Texas, per their request. In September, the center had asked McConaughey to host bingo night, and it seems now was the best time to do that.

All In the Family

The Enclave At Round Rock Senior Living

The Independent shared a clip of the bingo night, which showed the actor and his family call out the numbers in one small screen as several other bingo-goers played along. When there was a winner, McConaughey played it up big. Members of The Enclave seemed grateful.

Did He Call Your Number?


The Enclave gave an online shoutout to McConaughey and his family for hosting the virtual bingo night.

“Ever play virtual bingo with Matthew McConaughey? You’d be a whole lot cooler if you did! The residents at The Enclave at Round Rock Senior Living got to play virtual bingo with Matthew McConaughey and his family!

Thank you to Matthew, his wife Camila, and his mom Kay for hosting our residents for a few rounds of virtual bingo! Our residents had a great time playing, and they loved talking with Matthew about his family heritage and his favorite drink.”

The Enclave At Round Rock Senior Living

McConaughey has of course starred in Dallas Buyers Club, How To Lose a Guy In 10 Days, The Wolf Of Wall Street, and Magic Mike. His latest movie is The Gentlemen, which is about a marijuana kingpin who wants to sell it off.

The movie was just released to video on-demand on March 24. Its original home-release date was April 7, but given the fact that so many people are home and under isolation, they pushed up the release date.

Hollywood Lives On


McConaughey is among a growing slew of celebrities who have been appearing on camera during the pandemic. Jennifer Aniston went on Jimmy Kimmel's show to give thanks and a 10,000 gift card to a nurse who tested positive for COVID-19.

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt gave a huge surprise to a little girl when Lin Manuel Miranda appeared on screen. The three announced they were sending her to see "Hamilton" live (probably as soon as all this coronavirus stuff eases up.)

Bring Back the Laughs


And late-night talk show hosts like Kimmel have returned to their usual slots with live episodes after finding ways to bring the show back online. Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien and Samantha Bee have all come back, giving us reason to believe that some day we may return to normal.

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