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See The “Mud” Trailer
See The “Mud” Trailer


The BIG movie with Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon that was filmed in Arkansas, has finally released a trailer…and it looks awesome!

Mud was filmed in various locations in Southeast Arkansas including Dumas, De Witt, Lake Village, Crocketts Bluff and Stuttgart. Mud is the largest production ever to be filmed in the state.

How cool is this- About half of the 100-plus cast and crew working on the film were Arkansas residents.

The role of Neckbone, one of the two young boys in the film is played by Jacob Lofland, 15, an active teenager from Yell County, Arkansas, was chosen from more than 2,000 boys who auditioned for the role.

Mud is the story of two boys who find a man hiding out on an island in the Mississippi River and form a pact to help him evade bounty hunters on his trail and reunite with his soul mate.
> The all-star cast also includes Matthew McConaughey (The Lincoln Lawyer, A Time to Kill), Academy Award© nominee Sam Shepard (Blackthorn, The Right Stuff), Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon

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