Los Angeles: "Interstellar" star Matthew McConaughey is not averse to playing a comic book superhero.
The actor, who was being eyed to play the lead in Marvel's 'Doctor Strange' before it went to Benedict Cumberbatch, said he would love to take on a superhero role only if he feels he can add something to it, reported Ace Showbiz.
"It's not an area that I'm saying I wouldn't like to go. I don't know, it would have to be a script and a character that I found interesting and one where I can have a personal experience.
"I'm not thinking about a genre like, 'Oh, I really want to do this or I wouldn't want to do that.' If something finds me at the right time, turns me on, and if I can grab a hold of it, see it from the inside and get a feeling that, 'Oh, I've got a way I can do this that can be original'," he said.