Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens get a little silly in this never-before-scene clip from the making of HSM3’s “Right Here, Right Now” scene!
Vanessa, 21, shared with viewers, “We’re in a tree fort that’s on blue screen. It’s been so much fun. I really love this song. It’s such a sweet, romantic number. All the girls out there are going to die when they see it.”
Zac revealed how exactly they filmed the scene, saying, “We’re spinning by ropes and the cameras are helicoptering around us. The visual effects of the stars add the magic touch. That’s it (laughs)!” [Source]
Zac Efron’s recent movie, “Me and Orson Welles,” scored several nominations to this year’s BAFTA Awards. However, this is only the preliminary to the actual nominations which are going to be announced on 21 January 2009. The members of the Academy are going to vote, so let’s hope Zac Efron’s movie will be included in top 5.
Here are the categories:
• Adapted Screenplay
• Costume Design
• Make Up & Hair
Congratulations to Zac as well as to Claire Danes and Christian McKay. Claire and Christian scored nominations for best supporting actors.
Zac Efron has planted some orange trees in girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens’ backyard. The “High School Musical” hunk reportedly had the citrus trees planted at Vanessa’s Los Angeles home while she was away in Canada filming “Sucker Punch” recently.
“Vanessa was incredibly touched by the gift – not just because tress are living, growing things, but because she has always loved the idea of being able to pick her own fruit and make her own juice,” a source told American tabloid the National Enquirer.
“It was also Zac’s way of telling her that he wanted to put the relationship on solid ground after a rocky year. He picked out the locations for the trees and oversaw the landscaping himself. He also gave Vanessa an expensive juicer so she can make herself some fresh O.J. on hot summer days.” [Source]
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens were spotted leaving a movie theater in Los Angeles on 3 January 2010. The couple went to watch “Avatar” once again. Enjoy the pics!
• January 3 – Leaving Movie Theater In Los Angeles (x17)
“High School Musical” stars Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens kicked off the New Year by catching a late-night screening of the smash-hit film “Avatar” Sunday in Hollywood. The fashionable young couple dressed casual, but chic. Zac opted for a long sleeved gray t-shirt with jeans and sneakers and in true movie star style, he appeared to be trying to go incognito, wearing a stripped knit hat with sunglasses – even though it was night-time! As for Vanessa, she wore a stylish beige jacket, tight dark denim pants, and killer brown boots.
Both Zac and Vanessa will have to wait until summer to see their own upcoming projects hit the silver screen: Efron stars with Kim Basinger in “The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud,” which opens June 11, while Hudgens stars with Neil Patrick Harris and Mary-Kate Olsen in “Beastly,” which hits theaters July 30. [Source]
A new layout has been finally introduced to Zac-Efron.us and I hope that you are going to love it as much as I do. It is a lot darker than the previous one but we all need some change, don’t we? Anyway, I will update pages with content tomorrow so stay tuned for updates!
What’s new with this version of the site? Zac-Efron.us has finally its official Twitter page. Do not wait and follow it right now! I have also added some useful features such as latest photos and much more quotes.
Do not wait anymore and start browsing the site now!
Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens and Stella Hudgens were spotted leaving the Universal City Walk in Los Angeles on 28 December 2009. Enjoy the pics!
By the way, Stella tweeted after, “Alright. so i went to see Avatar with ness and zac … then we got papparazzi’s and ran like avatars hehe:):)”
• December 28 – Leaving Universal City Walk In Los Angeles (x18)
Body-swap comedy “17 Again” has topped a list of 2009’s most gaffe-ridden films. The movie, which stars Matthew Perry and Zac Efron, is said to contain over 100 mistakes and general continuity errors.
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” and “Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen” tied in second place with 71 mistakes apiece, while “Night At The Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian” and “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” completed the top five, featuring 29 blunders each.
The survey, compiled by moviemistakes.com, also listed 27 errors in disaster movie 2012 and 25 in sci-fi blockbuster Knowing.
The website’s editor Jon Sandys said of the results: “This isn’t meant to be assigning blame – generally these are noticed by the biggest movie fans, even in films they loved. That said, you wonder how some of these blunders get past the editing room.” [Source]
As Christmas is coming pretty soon, I would like to wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year! Enjoy spending this special time in a year with your loved ones. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Since 2004, the Me and Orson Welles actor has devoted countless hours to Make-a-Wish (“He always makes time for kids who want to meet him,” says a foundation rep), which grants desired to young people with life-threatening conditions (wish.org). “It’s a great way to give back to the kids,” Efron, 22, tells Us.
Make-A-Wish’s Josiah, who suffers from the developmental birth defect spina bifida, met his favourite High School Musical performer in 2008. “Zac signed my brace that I wear to walk,” the 9-year-old tells Us. “He even signed my wheelchair!”
• US Weekly (x1)