Spend the Night with Matthew McConaughey – New App Sounds Alright Alright Alright
January 21, 2019 |
By Dani Dudek
Matthew McConaughey

Want to take Matthew McConaughey to bed each night? Now you can with a new app that promotes meditation, mindfulness and restful sleep.

In the app, from a company called Calm, the Oscar winner reads the story “Wonder,” written by Chris Advansun. The reading lasts 35 minutes and includes around two minutes of prologue, with the actor asking questions like: “How often do we ponder the depth of the present moment?”

McConaughey isn’t the only thing you can listen to as you drift into a slumber. According to Variety.com, Calm offers around 120 sleep stories, including classic fairy tales, so-called music sleep stories, and even some recordings of late public television star Bob Ross. While scrolling through the app, we also found readings from recording artist Leona Lewis and Bindi Irwin.

You can sign up for a seven day free trial to check out all of your options. After that, you’ll have to pay $12.99 per month to unlock the entire library.

Here’s a snippet Calm posted online of McConaughey’s intro to “Wonder.”

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