Universal last evening announced changes to its upcoming release schedule pushing the Matt Damon-Emily Blunt sci-fi romance “The Adjustment Bureau” from summer in order to make way for the Zac Efron grief drama “Charlie St. Cloud,” Screen Daily reports. “Charlie St. Cloud” will now go out on July 30 rather than Oct. 15 as “The Adjustment Bureau” moves to Sept. 17. [Source]
Aziz Ansari is used to making people laugh but this time, the joke’s on him – well, sort of! In a new spot to preview this year’s MTV Movie Awards, which Ansari will host, stars like Zac Efron, Kristen Bell and Diddy all reveal embarrassing (and hilarious) baby photos of the Parks and Recreation star. Plus, they share the real stories behind the pictures – like that time Ansari was stuck under a television set for six years.
The MTV Movie Awards will air live, June 6, at 9 p.m. EST. [Source]
As you can see, there is a new layout to the gallery. It is different from the previous one as the colours are pretty light. It was designed by Jade and I really hope you like it! We do need some change, don’t we? Enjoy!
Zac Efron was spotted carrying a green bag in Hollywood on 23 April 2003. Enjoy the pics!
• April 23 – Out & About In Hollywood (x11)
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens attended L.A. Family Housing Gala in Hollywood on 21 April 2010. Enjoy the pics!
• L.A. Family Housing Gala In Hollywood 04/21/2010 (x8)
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens were spotted at Coachella Music & Arts Festival in Indio on 18 April 2010. Enjoy the pics!
• April 18 – At Coachella Music & Arts Festival In Indio (x24)
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens were spotted at a gas station in Los Angeles on 16 April 2010. Enjoy the pics!
• April 16 – At Gas Station In Los Angeles (x18)
Enjoy watching a promotional interview with Zac Efron celebrating the release of “Me and Orson Welles.”
Efron is attached to star in and produce a remake of “Snabba Cash,” the hot Swedish property that was the subject of a heavy Hollywood bidding war and has just found a home with Warner Bros. Warners bought the remake rights for Efron to produce via the new Warners-based shingle he runs with manager Jason Barrett. Atlas Entertainment’s Charles Roven and Richard Suckle are producing, along with original producer Fredrik Wikstrom. Michael Hjorth will exec produce.
“Snabba” is based on a novel by Jens Lapidus and was a major hit in its home country. The thriller followed three interconnected storylines involving drugs and organized crime, with the main character a young financial wizard who hopes to strike it rich quickly by becoming a runner for a coke dealer.
Many producers and companies were vying for remake rights to the movie, whose buzz began at the Berlin Film Festival. UTA threw a reception for the movie’s filmmaker Daniel Espinosa at the Hammer Museum in late March night and screened his movie. From then, offers started to pour in like easy money (which is what “snabba cash” means in Swedish) from Universal, Summit, Paramount, Fox, the Weinstein Company, Mandate and Warners.
The deal, in the high six figures, has a progress to production, or “short fuse” clause, which means that if Warners sits on it for too long, the rights revert back to the producers.
For Efron, repped by CAA and Alchemy Entertainment, “Snabba” represents the latest opportunity for the young actor to grow beyond the teen roles that made him a star. The project, the first acquisition for Efron’s shingle, also sends a signal as to the sort of high-level material with which Efron wants to be associated. [Source]
Fifteen-year-old girls aren’t allowed to be cops in Santa Monica – which is why Zac Efron’s tween-melting grin couldn’t get him out of a ticket yesterday for blowing a red light. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the officer who pulled Zac over yesterday afternoon did recognize the “High School Musical” star after Zac rolled down his window… but still wrote him up. Red light tickets in L.A. usually cost around $400 a pop – fortunately, Zac’s rich. [Source]