Zac Efron has always suited up and looked dapper on the red carpets of various events. The 22-year-old actor recently sat down with IESB to chat about his wardrobe, stealing a few things and Orson Welles. Check it.
On picking and choosing his wardrobe: “It’s all about accessories. I notice people that look good. I notice fashion on other people. I enjoy when people try to look their best. I was always taught to try and look my best. That’s my main influence. I’m not looking to influence fashion, any more than the next guy. But, I try to do my best when I’m out representing my movies.”
On taking things from his trailer: “I think I stole some of the stuff. On the last day, they always try to get it out of your trailer, really quick. I always steal some of my wardrobe. I never know what I’m going to need.”
On knowing Orson Welles pretty well: “I read the original book. For my age, I pretty much had the standard knowledge about Orson Welles. I studied him in high school, a little bit before that, and was familiar with a lot of his work, like the War of the Worlds radio broadcast. Coming into this, I thought I was pretty well-read on Orson and then immediately found out that I hadn’t even scratched the surface on this guy. Rick Linklater was the one who really filled us in and supplied us with endless literature, articles and old photos. I think I’ve seen every picture of Orson that ever existed.”
Zac’s new flick, “Me & Orson Welles,” opens in a limited release on Friday, November 25. [Source]