Zac Efron showed off his um, impressive physique in a pair of tight sweatpants on the set of The Townies in Los Angeles on Wednesday, and we're not sure if that's a sock in there or if he's Jon Hamm-ing it up, but WOW!
The movie is about "a frat boy whose behavior affects a local neighbor's family life," and it also stars Dave Franco (yum!), Christopher Mintz-Plasse (loves him!) and Seth Rogen (for good measure).
We don't even NEED to see a trailer ... after all the photos we've seen of Zac so far, we know we wanna see this on the big screen! Emphasis on big...
Zac Efron was hard at work on-set filming The Townies yesterday, and even if we didn't already know the plot of the flick we could probably make a good guess judging by his T-shirt and Greek letter tattoo!
The comedy is centered around a frat boy whose behavior affects a local neighbor's family life. The film also stars Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, and Dave Franco.
The hunky actor recently injured his wrist shooting a scene, but it looks like he's back on the mend!
Zac Efron shot a scene for The Townies with up and coming hottie Halston Sage on Thursday, and the two locked lips for a number of takes. HOT!
“Starting on a new project today! Can’t wait to share! I was so excited this morning I accidentally ate part of the sticker on my apple…” 19-year-old Halston tweeted before sucking face shooting with Zac.
The film follows "a frat boy whose behavior affects a local neighbor's family life," according to IMDb, and the cast includes Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Dave Franco, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Lisa Kudrow and Ike Barinholtz.
But what's with Zac's marijuana leaf belt buckle?!
Zac Efron covers Flaunt magazine’s Men’s Spring Fashion 2013 issue, and the 25-year-old hunk chats about getting his start on High School Musical and how he handles the press, but with sizzling photos like these, who really cares what he has to say?
Obviously we're kidding, but aside from dropping the occasional cuss word, he keeps his interview very professional and he comes across as a humble young man.
On how he got his start and why he'll never diss High School Musical:
“[H]ere’s the one thing about High School Musical, that a lot of people forget or don’t realize. It affected a lot of people, its resonance, culturally, was massive … and at the same time, it was in every sense of it, the luckiest break in the world. The wrong thing to do—and that’s what all these interviews now are trying to get me to say— is to turn on it, to like sh*t on it, call it crap. But that’s insane. There are hundreds of people who began doing one thing when they were younger, who go on to develop and refine and shape their vision, as they get older, and other concerns—like fame, or money, take a back seat to other ones.”
On not complaining about his life:
"The b*tchiness doesn’t do anything. It just puts you out there and it makes you look unappreciative to your fans. If I’m talking to my friends, or somebody important who can have some influence on or affect the situation, that’s one thing, but to b*tch about attention while getting attention? I’d be doing it to the very people whose job it is to get that information—who are watching me and have control over that information. Therefore, it makes them upset, they read it like it’s hypocritical, and so they spread some bullsh*t. You should hear the chatroom sh*t that gets said every time you try to complain. So that’s why I’m not going to complain. I will do a lot of things in my life differently to make sure it’s not known or tweeted about or photographed. But it’s a complete day-to-day situation. I mean, I wish I could sit here and be completely honest—but I guess that’s an even bigger responsibility—and it’d take a more courageous man.”
The trailer for Zac Efron and Dennis Quaid's upcoming film At Any Price hit the web earlier this week, and we had never heard of it until now, but color us surprised ... it actually looks really good!
The flick follows a a farming family's drama after they take over a large piece of land, and while the dad (Quaid) tries to keep things under control, his sexy son is off trying to hack it as a racecar driver. And as expected, it looks like Zac's character gets lots of attention from the ladies too!
On Monday Zac Efron and his co-star Imogen Poots were snapped holding hands on the New York set of Are We Officially Dating, and while they would certainly make a very cute couple, word on the street is that Zac is still flying solo. Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez are currently back on the market, so we love tossing that out there...
While the 25-year-old actor has to practically fight off the ladies these days, he reveals that he used to "do all sorts of crazy things [to impress girls]" when he was younger. "We used to do goofy stuff like write songs," he recently told SugarScape. Um, we'd still like it if he penned and sang us a tune ... how romantic!
After a long day of filming Are We Officially Dating, Zac Efron left the set of his new flick and posed for photos with one lucky (and clingy!) fan in New York City. A few minutes later the 25-year-old actor hailed a cab and took off, but it looks a few more Zefron lovers will be able to snag some one-on-one time with him very soon!
Charitybuzz, an fundraising website, is giving four fans a chance to win a lunch date with the star, along with some time on set. The four winning bidders will also watch a scene being filmed, and they're even allowed to pose for a snapshot with Efron. Proceeds from the auction will support the nonprofit Actors Fund, and this isn't the first time the former High School Musical hottie has worked with the organization. In November, a fan bid $8,500 to meet with Zac, and the cash went to benefit Communities in Schools. "We've had great experiences with Zac in the past," Charitybuzz spokeswoman Glenda Felden said. "He's so philanthropic."