Matthew McConaughey has won the Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club.
Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey says he is feeling "positive" about Oscars glory as his new film Dallas Buyers Club premiered in the UK.
McConaughey, 44, who has already won several accolades including Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards, is up for the Best Actor Academy Award for his portrayal of HIV-positive cowboy Ron Woodroof, with his co-star Jared Leto receiving a nod for Best Supporting Actor.
"This whole (awards) season feels good. I'm positive and looking forward to the Oscars," McConaughey said at the premiere at the Washington Hotel in London.
Matthew McConaughey and long-time, Brazilian girlfriend Camila Alves tied the knot this weekend in a private wedding in Austin, Texas, at the 42-year-old actor's expansive estate.
Only a few dozen intimate friends and family were invited to the affair, which provided an impromptu campground complete with tents for guests to stay on the property and sleep overnight.
The couple made their engagement announcement just last Christmas, but say they feel as if they've already been married for a long time: "We have homes together, we have family together, we have kids, we've built a life together. So we've been living a married life this whole time."
Actor Matthew McConaughey took to the stage at the South by Southwest music festival last night to play along with eighties rockers The Cult.
He played the bongos with Ian Astbury of The Cult during The Cult's performance at the annual festival held in Austin, Texas.