Matthew McConaughey and His 3 Kids Steal the Show By Almost Twinning at Sing Premiere

Matthew McConaughey and wife Camila Alves, their sons Levi, 8, and Livingston, who is almost 4, and daughter Vida, 6, walked the red carpet together at the premiere of the actor’s new animated movie Sing Saturday and the actor and the kids stole the show by almost twinning!

McConaughey and his eldest son both wore black tuxes, with Levi sporting a black bow tie and his father wearing a regular one. Little Livingston wore a red tux and black bow tie, while Vida rocked a navy blue tux and black bow tie. All four wore white flower boutonnieres.

Alves looked gorgeous in an off-the-shoulder black and white polka dot chiffon gown.

In the animated film Sing, McConaughey is joined by fellow stars Reese Witherspoonand Seth McFarlane.

McConaughey plays main character and koala Buster Moon, who aims to produce a massive singing contest in a bid to restore a theater to its former glory.

“He’s a con man and he’s a salesman and he’ll do whatever he needs to do,” the actor said.

“It was great, it was fun and it was also something, I was like, ‘You know, I need to do something my kids can see,” he added. “Haven’t done many of those things.”

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