When he's not chest-thumping his way through lunch in The Wolf of Wall Street, hip thrusting towards the ladies in Magic Mike or sitting on his lonesome inside the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio, Matthew McConaughey is carving out a career as a YouTube vlogger.
Over the weekend, internet users uncovered the the Academy-Award winning actor's bizarre YouTube account and were shocked to find it boasted a measly 8,000 subscribers (a small number given his Twitter account has over 2.1 million).
The account – verified under McConaughey's name – has been active for a year and shows just six videos. From the looks of it, we can see why.
In each video, McConaughey starts with the line, 'Hey, McConaughey here', as if he's leaving a voice message on a friend's phone, before showcasing his poor camera skills. (For goodness sake man, you work in Hollywood – learn how to hold a camera.)
Unsurprisingly, the content in the videos is typical McConaughey and varies from numerous discussions about eating food over Thanksgiving, trailers for his animated film Kubo and the Two Strings and three charity-focussed clips where McConaughey urges his followers to donate money to the Just Keep Living Foundation and I Am Waters organisation.
The method actor is also seen sporting a variety of looks in his vlogs including a white tank top, a shaven head, a brightly coloured beanie hat and a Cast Away-inspired beard.
It's not exactly the look that reals in the social media followers for most vloggers but whatever floats your boat, Matthew.
Since uncovering the YouTube channel, subscribers have now increased to over 72,000 so fingers crossed we won't have to wait long until the actor starts posting more (fascinating) videos online.
In the meantime we advise you start learning how to use a camera, Matthew.