Woody Harrelson reacts to Matthew McConaughey’s claim that they may be half-brothers

Woody Harrelson is urging his friend and co-star Matthew McConaughey to join him in providing receipts when it comes to their potential family relationship.

Appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, Harrelson gave credence to McConaughey’s latest allegations that the two actors might actually be half-brothers. He explained that the source of this theory stems from a group conversation he had with McConaughey’s mother, Kay, also known as “MawMac”.

“I will just say that there is some sincerity to that thought,” said Harrelson. “We were in Greece watching the USA team win the World Cup, and I don’t know, I mentioned something about regret. And I said, ‘You know, it’s strange that my dad doesn’t have any regrets.'”

“I’ve known MawMac for a long time,” he continued. And she said, “I knew…your father.” And the ellipses I found were a little unsettling, or interesting.”

Harrelson, whose battered father and organized crime figure Charles Foyd Harrelson, described Kai’s pose as “full of innuendo”. He added that nearly nine months before McConaughey was born, she was “on sabbatical from her relationship with his putative father, Jim”.

Watch a clip from Woody Harrelson’s “Late Show” appearance below.

Harrelson and McConaughey have worked together many times, most notably on the 1999 comedy “EdTVand on HBO’s “True Detective.” The two actors are set to appear together again in the AppleTV+ series.A brother from another mother. ”

McConaughey first addressed his potential relationship with Harrelson in an appearance on Kelly Ripa Podcast “Let’s talk about the camera”.

Whether the cast’s remarks were just meant to drum up publicity for their new project is anyone’s guess. The only way to be sure, of course, is to take a DNA test — something both men said they’d be willing to do.

However, Harrelson suggested in his conversation with Colbert that McConaughey might be less enthusiastic if testing proves they share a father.

“We want to go auditioning, but for him it’s a much bigger deal because he feels like he’s losing a father,” he said. “I’m like no, you’re gaining a different father and brother.”

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