'Interstellar' star Matthew McConaughey talks about the secrecy surrounding his new film with Larry King on the Emmy nominated series “Larry King Now”. Plus he dishes on what he thinks of Taylor Kitsch, the new 'True Detective' cast and does he REALLY drive a Lincoln?

Following numerous parodies of his Lincoln car ads, ‘Interstellar’ star McConaughey explained why he chose to do commercials, “I like the brand, its good money, it’s something to do on the side, it’s fun to go shoot and work with Nicolas Winding Refn, he did ‘Drive’, interesting director…” When Larry asked if he’s being honest in the commercial, Matthew confirmed, “I am telling the truth, now I have other cars but I have driven a Lincoln before and I now have a Lincoln in my driveway.” The actor isn’t the only one, Lincoln announced that its overall sales were up 25 percent last month.

'Interstellar' star Matthew McConaughey told Larry King although he'd love to spill the beans about his new film -- but wants fans to have a full experience at the theater, “I’ve never seen a film that absolutely has earned the right and deserves to be seen on screen in a theater more than Interstellar. Hands down.” The multi award winning actor talked about Ayn Rand, fame, his 'Interstellar' character Cooper, and the places he could hide out -- if he wanted to. He also explained to Larry how he wants his selfishness to help others, “I think in anything—the ideal spot, where I like to be and I’m not always there, but where I love to be is when what I’m doing selfishly for me—even hedonistically for me—happens to be what’s best for most of my people. That’s the sweet spot.”

Matthew McConaughey told Larry King that fans will be in for a great ride as he hands the ‘True Detective’ reins over to Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch, and 'wildcard' Vince Vaughn, “I’m also very excited about the Vince Vaughn side of it. […] He was in a film with Sean Penn that he—that Sean directed that you see a more straight, dramatic side to him. He’s a smart guy and I look forward to him—Nic Pizzolatto, the creator’s words coming out of his mouth."