The actor, who takes on the role of Buster Moon for the “Sing” sequel, went out for an evening in Hollywood with his wife Camila Alves and their three children: sons Levi, 13, and Livingston, 8, and daughter Vida, 11.
The award-nominated actor lined up for one family shots which he shared on Instagram and showed him and Alves with big smiles while their three children stand in front of the couple. The family of five shows up in a good mood.
“Family affair at # Sing2 premiere @singmovie,” McConaughey, 52, said in the caption to the photo.
The father of three rarely shows his kids off on his social media account. Instead, the actor is used to showing off his recent work efforts and partnerships and showing a certain love for his home state of Texas.
In 2020, McConaughey became vocal about introducing his kids to the entertainment industry. He admitted that while he wants them to follow whatever their dreams are, he does not exactly rule out the possibility that his children may follow in his footsteps.
“Look, I want them to do whatever they are shaped to do,” He told Entertainment tonight. “No matter what they have an innate ability to do, and are willing to put in the work to get better at it. No matter what, I want them to do it. If it’s something in the industry that I I’ve met some of the most wonderful people in my life in my industry, I love what I do. Everyone on a set of a movie or a TV show has to be good at their particular job, in order to it can work. “
In fact, McConaughey said he has already put his kids to work in the spotlight.
“They’re doing all my photoshoots now,” he said, referring to his previous work directing a Wild Turkey Longbranch ad. “Levi did. He’s a DP [Director of Photography], he’s the one out there, we’re setting up the GoPro. We are in the process of editing. So maybe I have a little McConaughey production team here and we want to be a one-stop-shop. “
Last month, McConaughey announced his decision not to run for Texas governor during speculation that the actor could participate in the race.
“Over the last two years, I’ve been working on the answer to the question of how I can be most helpful in this life going forward,” McConaughey said at the beginning of a three-minute video posted on Twitter. “Useful for myself, useful for my family and for most people.”
The “Dazed and Confused” star went on to elaborate on his views on the importance of serving leadership and how he has considered becoming governor of Texas, but ultimately decided against it.
“As a simple child born in the small town of Uvalde, Texas, it never occurred to me that one day I would be eligible for political leadership,” he said. “It’s a humiliating and inspiring path to think about. It’s also a path that I choose not to take at this moment.”
“I measure it,” McConaughey said of attending an episode in September of “Put it bluntly: Myths and legends“podcast on Amazon.