McConaughey and the Harrelson brothers?

The actors received an offer to check whether they have a biological relationship in the show with Moria Poviš

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Actors Matthew McConaughey i Woody Harrelson received an offer for a DNA test to finally dispel the rumors that they are half-brothers.

Retired TV presenter and friend of the actors who played together in the series "True Detective", Mori Povish, offered to "come out of retirement" and help them learn the real truth about their origins, reports NME.com.

Rumors of their biological relationship first surfaced after McConaughey shared on the Let's Talk Off Camera With Kelly Ripa podcast that his mother once alluded to the close relationship she had with Harrelson's father and how their paths may have crossed in West Texas during the divorce of McConaughey's parents in the year of his birth, 1969.

In an interview with E! News, Poviš hinted at a big discovery and said:

“We could do a prime time, DNA show, Mori coming back with Woody and Matthew. Woody has my number. I'm ready”.

When his E! News showed the video, McConaughey laughed and said:

"I don't know if we'll do it on your show, but I like the way you think."

And while Harrelson has in the past expressed his desire to find out if the two friends are actually brothers, McConaughey seems less enthusiastic about the DNA test than his co-star. Appearing on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in April, Harrelson revealed:

“It's a much bigger thing for him. I mean, he feels like he's losing his father.”

McConaughey has spoken publicly about the turbulent relationship of his parents, who were married three times and divorced twice, with his father eventually dying of a heart attack in 1992.

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