Vanessa Hudgens isn’t the jealous type… at least not when it comes to her man Zac Efron puckering up to other women in movies. At the premiere of his new movie “Charlie St. Cloud” last night, V swore she wasn’t bothered by his spit swapping scenes.
“I took myself out of it and just watched it like anyone else would,” Vanessa told E! News nonchalantly.
She’s more concerned with where her famous boyfriend will be sitting when she makes her debut as Mimi in “Rent” at the Hollywood Bowl…
“Wherever they put him! I don’t wanna know where they put him. I’ll be distracted!”
As for Zac, he tells E! News that having his girlfriend at the premiere helps him relax. “She’s just calming my nerves and saying she’s so proud,” he confessed. “It really means a lot to me!”
And no matter where he sits for Vanessa’s musical theater debut, there’s no doubt he’ll be in the house. “I wouldn’t miss that for the world!” he told us. [Source]
Regardless of your opinion on the supernatural, seeing a movie about a ghost appeals to everyone. There’s that whole “suspension of disbelief” thing for the non-believers, and for the believers, well, it’s that much more real of a concept. Seeing as “Charlie St. Cloud” stars Zac Efron as a dude who interacts with his younger brother’s ghost, we decided to get the stars of the film to weigh in on their otherworldly encounters as they walked the premiere’s red carpet last night.
Zac said he falls into the skeptical camp, and doesn’t have any ghost stories of his own to share. “I think everyone’s had those things they can’t necessarily explain at one point or another,” he said. “No, I don’t have any ghost stories for you.” [Source]
Non-profit organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) will host a free advance screening of Universal Pictures’ “Charlie St. Cloud,” starring Zac Efron, on Wednesday July 28, in Melbourne, FL, it was announced today. The special screening will be held for TWLOHA supporters before the film opens nationwide on July 30.
TWLOHA has created an evening that will share hope, help and community. “We want our supporters to feel celebrated and special,” said TWLOHA founder and Melbourne Beach native Jamie Tworkowski. “We want to give them a taste of what a film premiere is like, and we love that we’re able to make this happen in Melbourne.”
“Charlie St. Cloud” deals with letting go and starting over, themes related to TWLOHA’s mission of presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. As it does at its annual HEAVY AND LIGHT event in Orlando, TWLOHA plans to give every attendee information that points to local counseling and treatment resources. In addition, there will be speakers, TWLOHA merchandise available and a chance to meet the TWLOHA Team.
Reserve your tickets by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of each person in your party. An adult must accompany children under 13. Tickets may be picked up the day of the movie. You will need ID to pick up your tickets. If tickets are not picked up by 7PM, tickets will be given out on a first come-first serve basis. [Source]
Zac Efron attended the meet and greet with fans at the Best Buy Rotunda at the Mall of America in Bloomington on 19 July 2010. Enjoy the pics!
• ‘Charlie St. Cloud’ Press Conference In Los Angeles 07/16/2010 (x53)
• Dave Ryan In The Morning 07/19/2010 (x1)
• Fox 9 Buzz 07/19/2010 (x1)
• KARE11 Backyard 07/19/2010 (x3)
• Meet & Greet At Best Buy Rotunda In Bloomington 07/19/2010 (x33)
• Sunrise Family 07/18/2010 (x1)
Enjoy viewing several pictures taken by Mario Anzuoni!
• Mario Anzuoni Photoshoot (x8)
Enjoy watching a new clip from “Charlie St. Cloud.”
Amanda Crew lets out a hearty laugh as she recalls her screen test with costar Zac Efron. The 23-year-old actress shared with ET about her screen test and the scene, “I didn’t want to be presumptuous. I knew that he has a girlfriend and I didn’t have a job yet. So when it came to [the kiss] we would just kind of nuzzle. Burr [Steers, director] came over to just give me some notes to try some stuff so I asked him, ‘You know, is it okay, how does he feel if I actually kiss him? Because I feel that that’s what the scene is missing.”
“Burr tells me, ‘You’re the only one who hasn’t kissed him.’ Everyone else who auditioned just went for it. I was like, ‘Oh-kay.’” [Source]
With the release of his new film, “Charlie St. Cloud,” our LA reporter Diem caught up with teen heart-throb Zac Efron to discuss everything from his fans to his spiritual side. Come and listen to what the “High School Musical” star had to say for himself, or just sit back and watch the perfection that is Zac. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed. [Source]
If Zac Efron had a cold on Monday, as opposed to allergies, he probably passed it along to some fans at Bloomington’s Mall of America. The way that mostly female crowd, estimated at 7,000, screamed, they’d gladly share germs from Efron, who was here to promote his movie “Charlie St. Cloud.” Only 100 to 200 fans actually got to meet Efron at the event sponsored by KDWB-FM. The chosen few got autographs plus a handshake or a hug, depending on their druthers.
Fans of the “High School Musical” heartthrob, who kept wiping his nose and eyes with his hand, were on all levels, down main corridors (roped off in places where they could not possibly have gotten a glimpse of Efron) and in new areas where there is usually no need to pool crowds.
Efron seemed awed by the scene. And he should have been. MOA spokeswoman Erica Dao checked the records and reported that Efron’s “High School Musical” co-star and girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens attracted an estimated 4,000 while former Gov. Sarah Palin’s crowd was estimated at 3,000.
Efron was late to the signing. According to a KDWB staffer, who may have been joking, Efron stopped at a convenience store to eat a hot dog.
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens are finally opening up about the disappointment of their new flick’s release dates. Since the announcement of the new release date for “Beastly,” fans weren’t the only ones who were let down.
Zac, 22, shared with MTV, “It was disappointing. It was hard. I actually had to break the news to her. I was like, ‘I think we are moving on to your date.’ She took it really well, but it’s hard when that kind of stuff happens. We don’t, as actors, have any control over it, so we’ll see. I mean, hopefully it will work out for the best. ‘Beastly’ is a great movie, and when it does come out, people are absolutely going to love it.”
Vanessa, 21, added, “I just didn’t feel right about us having movies coming out on the same day. It’s just not right. We’re actually going to be doing some re-shoots and changing it up a bit, so hopefully we’ll make it that much better.”
“Charlie St. Cloud” hits theaters next Friday, July 30th. [Source]