Be it superb acting or giving an acceptance speech full of “Alright, alright, alright,” Matthew Mcconaughey sure knows how get the Internet talking about him. This was the case this week, when the Oscar-winning actor caused quite a brouhaha at the University of Texas. To get the Twitterverse spreading the #MatthewMcConaughey hashtag like wildfire, the 47-year-old actor didn’t need to do much. While the actor didn’t do it intentionally (as far as the media is concerned), McConaughey’s power stance with his hands placed on his hips as he leaned to his right went viral immediately.

The Internet went nuts in no time, with one Twitter user delivering the funniest comment ever (it’s an iconic quote said by McConaughey’s character in "Magic Mike").

Another Twitter user noted that Matthew McConaughey must have been “fierce af” when delivering the meme-worthy pose.

Others attempted to do lip-reading (or rather, pose-reading) to suggest what the Oscar-winning actor was talking about.

Matthew McConaughey: 'Alright, alright, alright'

A number of roles played by Matthew McConaughey generated a series of iconic memes over the years, most notably his role of Rust Cohle in Nic Pizzolatto’s "True Detective" Season 1.

In the HBO series, Cohle delivered quite a few philosophical and pessimistic monologues that gripped viewers to the edge of their seats.

Late last year, the actor spoke about the possibility of returning to "True Detective" to reprise his iconic role. During an interview on "The Rich Eisen Show," Matthew McConaughey said he “would” consider returning to play Cohle.

“I miss Rust Cohle, man. I miss watching him on Sunday nights. I miss watching "True Detective" on Sunday nights,” the actor revealed on "The Rich Eisen Show."

McConaughey was last seen on the big screen this past August, when he starred alongside Idris Elba in "The Dark Tower." The film, based on Stephen King’s story, received a rather negative critical reception in the U.S. and grossed only a little more than $111 million worldwide.

Matthew McConaughey will next be seen in two movies in 2018, "White Boy Rick" and "Serenity," where he stars alongside Anne Hathaway. McConaughey’s fans likely can’t wait to see his new movies, but, before that, the Oscar-winning actor will surely be seen in numerous memes generated by his latest "power stance."

What did you think of the latest pose from the actor? Is it meme-worthy?