Want to fall asleep with Matthew McConaughey? Well now you can, but before you get too excited, he is not going to come to your house and sleep next to you.
Even though you can't have McConaughey himself in bed with you, you can fall asleep to his sexy voice each night. The actor lending his southern accent to a sleep story called Wonder, and now you can hear him talk any night you want.
Calm is a meditation, relaxation and sleep app, which features over 120 stories, guided meditations, music, and soundscapes narrated by celebrities that are designed to give you the best night of sleep. The Magic Mike star has added his name to that list and based on the below clip; he does a fantastic job.
In the clip, the actor doesn't merely start right in with the story. He reminds you how you should be a cozied up in bed, with your head resting on the pillow. McConaughey also ponders just how often people allow themselves to really live in the moment. It could be his super sexy voice talking, but his message is so easily relatable. He even talks about how people need to take a moment for gratitude at the end of the day.
Chris Advansun wrote Wonder, which is 35-minutes long of calm, soothing, relaxing messages that are designed to get your mind ready for rest. However, all anyone can talk about is how the hunky Texan A-lister is ready the sleep story. In all honesty, though, the words are definitely impactful, but McConaughey's voice makes the entire story. He could recite that alphabet or read the oven manual and somehow make it soothing.
Having Mathew McConaughey read to you as you are drifting off to dreamland is not free. The app costs $12.99 per month or $59.99 for an entire year. Even if falling asleep to his husky voice was the only thing the app offered it would be worth the price. However, listening to the actor is one of many added benefits of the app.
You might not be able to fall asleep next to the Dallas Buyers Club star, but you can fall asleep listening to him. It is a pretty darn good alternative, don't you think?