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Up and coming big actor Zac Efron has taken the time out to discuss his newest movie, “Charlie St. Cloud,” with Entertainment Tonight. The movie, which opens on July 30th, is the main topic of the interview, but they do ask a few other questions to him. You can watch it below. [Source]
Zac Efron filmed a message for “Charlie St. Cloud” Facebook fans, which hits theaters in July 2010. What can fans expect from the fan page? More pictures, more content and more personal messages from Zac. [Source]
Zac Efron has been in Hawaii for the last few days surfing, cliff jumping and yes, getting leied. The 22-year-actor was honored last night at the Maui Film Festival with the Shining Star Award. Not only did I conduct the night’s official Q&A with Zac, but I also got the chance to chat with him backstage before the big shebang. Read on to get the scoop…
“I’ve never had a better day surfing,” said Efron, who brought his younger brother Dylan, 18, on the trip. “If you’re going to go, you need to go here. The conditions are unbelievable. In California, the waves kind of toss you around. There always seems to be an offshore breeze. Here in Maui, I was out there and the water was so glassy and clear,” continued Efron, who took surfing lessons with celebrity surf instructor Kiva Rivers. “It was like a bathtub. The waves just stay wide open for long rides in.”
Rest and relaxation aside, Efron said he looks for career inspiration from people like Leonardo DiCaprio. However, he insists he has no master plans for how he wants it to all unfold.
“In my career, I’ve never been the man with the plan,” he said. “I’ve never been one to say, I want to be here in 10 years. People always ask, ‘Where do you want to be in 10 years? What do you see in the future?’ I don’t know. I always like to throw caution to the wind and follow my heart.”
Efron will next be seen in the drama “Charlie St. Cloud” with Ray Liotta and Kim Basinger. “I’m loving the ride right now,” he beamed. “I’m loving it.”
On stage, he cracked, “I’ve been here five minutes [and] I got leied.”
Before the awards ceremony, which took place outside at the Celestial Cinema on the Wailea Golf Course, Efron hit the opening night party at Capische? restaurant along with Malin Akerman, Josh Radnor and Dan Byrd. Later on, Efron mingled and even did some dancing at Tommy Bahama before calling it a night. [Source]
We’ve seen Zac Efron as teen basketball star Troy Bolton, and as Matthew Perry’s younger self in “17 Again,” but as a potentially delusional young man with visions of his dead brother? That’s something not all of us saw coming. Regardless, Zac plays troubled young man Charlie in “Charlie St. Cloud,” hitting theaters on July 30.
“I was very excited to do this role because it’s something different – it’s a lot more adventurous and real,” Zac said in a new featurette, adding that his character is “ready to take on life” when things takes an “unexpected turn” and his little brother dies in a car accident.
The ability to see the ghost of little brother, Zac goes on to explain, “is a huge gift, but at the same time, it’s very much a curse because he’s got this weight that he carries.”
Don’t worry, though, this isn’t just a “Sixth Sense” for the teen set. “It’s got everything in it,” the actor said. “There are supernatural elements; it’s a romance. I love the message.” The new footage falls in line with Zac’s analysis, but what we suspect will have viewers buzzing is the chemistry between Zac and his “sailor girl” love interest, played by Amanda Crew. [Source]
Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron give into the cheering crowd and exchange a quick peck on the lips during the 2010 MTV Movie Awards held at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal Studios on Sunday (June 6). [Source]
Zac Efron shares a moment with Amanda Crew in one of two new TV spots for their upcoming flick, “Charlie St. Cloud.” The flick follows a young man (Efron) who survives an accident that lets him see the world in a unique way. In this emotionally charged story, he begins a romantic journey in which he embraces the dark realities of the past while discovering the transformative power of love. [Source]
Zac Efron sings a long as he makes a special guest appearance at UCLA’s “The Waitlist” musical comedy on Wednesday night (May 26). The 22-year-old actor joined the comedy troupe for their final show and also brought along girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens, according to the Disney Channel Examiner.
The Wait List is a creative collective embodying the next generation of Los Angeles funny-makers. Founded at UCLA, The Wait List has concocted a new recipe for creating captivating live performances, boundary-pushing sketches, and short films by combining the diverse talents of young writers, actors, filmmakers, and composers.
Between announcing new movies and preparing for his responsibilities as the host of the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, Aziz Ansari has little free time on his hands. But just as there’s always room for Jell-O, there’s always time for squirrels on water skis. In a new commercial promoting the awards show, Ansari seeks out the assistance of his friend and fellow comedian Sarah Silverman to help write some material to support the MTV Movie Awards, airing Sunday, June 6, at 9 p.m. ET on MTV. “We will, we will,” a distracted Silverman tells Ansari, before inviting him over to her laptop. “But look at this.”
On Silverman’s computer is the one thing in the world – well, one of few things – that could possibly derail Ansari’s work ethic: an adorable video of a water-skiing squirrel. The hilarious YouTube video causes a nonstop three-day distraction for both Ansari and Silverman that doesn’t end until Zac Efron shows up at their doorstep ready for work.
“I’m supposed to shoot a promo for the MTV Movie Awards, but I didn’t get a script,” he tells Ansari and Silverman. “Do you guys know what we’re doing?”
Luckily for the “17 Again” star, Ansari and Silverman have put their three days of squirrel watching to good use by coming up with “a great idea” for a promotional spot – an idea that unsurprisingly involves water-skiing, Zac Efron’s head photoshopped on a squirrel and plenty of laughs.
While we can’t promise an overabundance of squirrel comedy when the 2010 MTV Movie Awards kick off live at 9 p.m. ET on June 6, we can promise you plenty more hilarity from Ansari and other special guests. Trust us: Nothing should stand between you and the awards show — not even an adorable water-skiing squirrel. [Source]
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