MATTHEW McConaughey said "we're all in this together" in his Fourth of July message amid a possible run for Texas governor.
Matthew, 51, released a nearly three-minute video over on Twitter.
The Dazed and Confused actor combed his hair back and wore sunglasses as he celebrated the "245th birthday" of America while asking his followers to "rock."
In the short vid, Matthew said: "Let's admit this last year's trip around the sun was also another head-scratcher. But let's also remember that we're babies.
"As a country, we're basically going through puberty, in comparison to other countries' timeline. We're going to go through growing pains.
"We are going through growing pains. This is not an excuse. This is just a reality."
The Interstellar actor continued: "This is good because we gotta keep learning. We gotta keep maturing. We gotta keep striving…
"We gotta make sure we maintain hope along the way as we continue to evolve. Why? Because it's who we are. Why? Because the alternative sucks!
"We gotta keep realizing that we're a place where our individual suits and desires need to be appreciative and supportive of our collective responsibilities as Americans."
Matthew concluded: "As we celebrate the red, white, and blue, this weekend let's reflect just a minute, just a minute of inventory of where we come from, where we are and how we want to go from here."
Back in May, the Reign of Fire actor had "reached out to a "deep-pocketed moderate Republican and energy CEO," according to Politico.
The movie star told CBS News that he would be a "fool" not to consider running.
The Dallas Buyers Club star had been "giving it consideration" and noted: "It's a very honorable thing to consider, you know, what that position would mean. What would it be for me, what would it mean for the people of Texas."
At the end of May, Kate Hudson, 49, was stunned to learn that her How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days co-star was considering to run for Texas governor.
During his podcast Literally, Rob Lowe, 57, asked the Fool's Gold actress if she was going to possibly help him on his campaign.
Kate continued: “He's a really interesting guy. I, honestly, if he does want to get into politics, I believe that Matthew, you probably wouldn't get a politician who would care as much as he does, you know?
“I think he's very authentic in how much heart, um, but the governor of Texas is a big job."
The Almost Famous star thought it would be "interesting" but she does not "know enough about the platform he'd be running on."
Kate concluded: "He is who he is, through and through."
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