It finally happened: Matthew McConaughey made his UT classroom debut last week.

Matthew McConaughey on the sideline of the Texas football game at Royal-Memorial Stadium Saturday, Nov. 26, 2015. (Stephen Spillman for AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

Most of you probably remember that UT announced earlier this summer that the Austinite and Academy Award-winning actor was set to teach a course this fall to some ridiculously lucky students. Well on Monday, the Moody College of Communications tweeted out a photo of McConaughey at the front of his new class.

Last week, @McConaughey visited @UTRTF's Advanced Producing: Script-to-Screen class! #moodypride #whatstartshere pic.twitter.com/hpmhEMKi8I

— Moody College (@moodycollege) August 29, 2016

Joined by “Hunger Games” director Gary Ross, McConaughey is teaching thirty students in a course called Advanced Producing: Script-to-Screen. It’s still not clear how often the UT alumnus will be appearing on campus — he’s expected to teach mostly via recorded videos —  but any McConaughey sighting is usually a good one.

Hook ’em.

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