He obviously was deeply moved by the Philadelphia Eagles’ stunning win against hot favorites the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl last Sunday.
And Matthew McConaughey sent his best wishes to Eagles quarterback Nick Foles in a very visible way.
The 48-year-old took out a full page ad in the Austin American-Statesman to acknowledge Nick for his achievement.
Big Fan: Matthew McConaughey sent his congratulations to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles in a very visible way after the team won the Super Bowl for the first time last Sunday
The Hollywood star, who hails from Austin, Texas like the 29-year-old NFL player, wrote: ‘From one local to another, congratulations Nick Foles.’
It was accompanied by a big red, white and black map of Texas with a heart.
Underneath it was printed ‘Just keep livin, Matthew McConaughey.’
There in black and white (and red): The star, 42, who hails from Austin, Texas like the 29-year-old NFL player, took out a full page ad in the Austin American-Statesman to acknowledge Nick
‘Just keep livin’ is the Interstellar star’s mantra for life.
And the phrase now adorns his range of upscale active wear for men.
Nick led the Eagles to their 41-33 win over the Patriots, the first time ever the team has won the Super Bowl.
Team hug: Nick Foles, right, celebrates with Jason Kelce on the field after winning Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on February 4
He was named Super Bowl MVP for his efforts, throwing for 373 yards and three touchdowns and catching another touchdown.
That came after he was a backup for almost the entire year.
On Friday, the team brought Philadelphia to a standstill during a ticker tape parade on a bus through the chilly city watched by thousands of fans.
Ticker tape parade: Nick joined the team for a parade through Philadelphia after the team’s historic win, watched by thousands of fans
– Daily Mail