After Jim Carrey, Hollywood's Matthew McConaughey is also taking himself to the writing scene. Publishing a new book titled "Greenlights". However, the book isn't any ordinary celebrity book.
According to the book's publisher Crown, the book will have its roots in McConaughey's personal diary that he had kept for 35 years.
The book was announced just yesterday by Crown. And the publisher Crown elaborated on its theme, "He found not only stories, questions, truths, and affirmations, but also a reliable theme," Crown announced.
"From growing up as an adventurous kid in a tough-love Texas home of rule breakers, to revelatory journeys to Australia, Peru, and Mali, to his early days in Hollywood and meteoric rise to fame, McConaughey shares how his life experiences have instilled in him the importance of competent values, the power of new experiences, and, as he puts it, 'either changing your reality or changing how you see it.'"
McConaughey himself took to Instagram to promote his new book, explaining the title through a message saying, "It's a story about how I have and we all can catch more of them in this life we're living. You see, we don't like the red and yellow lights because they take up our time. When we realise that they all eventually turn green, that's when they reveal their rhyme. That's when life's a poem and we start getting what we want and what we need at the same time."
"This is not a traditional memoir, or an advice book, but rather a playbook based on adventures in my life," McConaughey, 50, said in a statement about "Greenlights," which comes out on Oct. 20.
The Dallas Buyers Club star has had an adventurous life and the book is somewhat a culmination of the experiences he's had throughout his life.
Jim Carrey as well aims to revolutionize the ideas of celebrity books. Believing they can be more than what they seem to be nowadays.