Zac Efron arrived to the screening of “At Any Price” during the 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival at the Paramount Theatre on March 16, 2013 in Austin, Texas. Enjoy watching the video and viewing the pics!
Zac Efron was spotted speaking at the screening for “At Any Price” during the 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival at the Paramount Theatre on March 16, 2013 in Austin, Texas. Enjoy viewing the pics and watching the video!
Zac Efron is a man of many talents, according to Pitch Perfect’s Rebel Wilson. The pair, who were first spotted sitting courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers game in November 2012, have been in communication ever since. In the following months, the Australian actress says she’s uncovered a slew of secrets about 25-year-old Efron.
“We have each other’s numbers,” Wilson, 27, tells Buzzfeed. “But he’s busy – he’s about to do a movie called ‘Townies’ with Seth Rogen. And he’s such a cool dude. Something people might not know about him is he’s a really good freestyle rapper. Like, really good. Like, he could go in and battle!”
Wilson – known for her scene-stealing roles in “Bridesmaids,” “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” and “Bachelorette” – adds that it would be friggen sweet to release a rap single with Efron.
“I remember when I met him, we were both guests on The Ellen Show,” she recalls. “I was rapping on that show and he kind of knew I could rap, and then he wanted to show me his rap skills – and he’s, like, really good. Like, I’m not exaggerating. He must practice.” [Source]
The Dhs400 million shoot for “Arabian Nights” has been delayed until the autumn to avoid the gruelling UAE summer heat. The film, which will feature actors Sir Anthony Hopkins, Zac Efron and WWE wrestler Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, will now go ahead in October after its Abu Dhabi producers warned the director that filming in the summer could be disastrous.
“They do not understand what the conditions are like here,” said Akram Sabry, general manager of Sky Events Management, which is producing the film. “I told them that it’s not like in America. Temperatures here reach 45 degrees or more. They would not be able to film.”
Sabry said that pre-production work has now been completed and Hollywood director, Chuck Russell, will be flying into Abu Dhabi in two weeks to oversee the work.
“His crew has already been here and we worked out the paperwork,” said Sabry. Despite delays, final filming approval has been granted by twofour54, the Abu Dhabi media hub that is overseeing the project. The film is based on the classic Arab tale about a princess who wins her freedom by telling fantastic tales of Sinbad, Aladdin and other characters. Filming will take place in the desert and Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace hotel will also be used.
It is hoped the film will be released in late 2014. [Source]