By Friday, May 9th, 2014 • Interviews , Neighbors , Videos - Adele  

Seth Rogen and Zac Efron may play rivals in this month’s “Neighbors,” but the stars were right at home, joking together in our latest Unscripted.

Rogen and Efron answered a few fan questions — and some of their own — digging deep about their first acting gigs, tween slumber parties, and Efron’s most memorable prank. But it’s not until Rogen recalls the time Louis C.K. dissed Rogen and Jonah Hill, and Efron reveals the Swedish Fish-fueled secret to a camera-ready physique, though, that this Unscripted becomes truly memorable.

“Neighbors” hits theaters Friday, May 9.


By Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 • Gallery Updates , Public Appearances - Holly  

I have added five stills of Zac from his appearance late last month on the Graham Norton show to the gallery.

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Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > The Graham Norton Show (April 24)

By Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 • Film Productions , Interviews , Neighbors , Videos - Holly  

By Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 • Interviews - Holly  

Matthew McConaughey helped Zac Efron find a work/life balance.

The hunky actor has credited his ‘The Paperboy’ co-star – who is a doting husband and father to three children – with sitting him down and helping him realise there’s more to work than making back-to-back movies.

Zac told GLAMOUR magazine: “During filming, Matthew and I had a lot of time to talk. We talked about life. He got me thinking, because for the past few years, I’ve been so focused on movies and work. I guess I’m compulsive like that.
“Matthew was the first person to sit me down like a big brother and say, ‘Are you happy? What do you want to do with your life, man?’ He’d say, ‘Let’s go do something fun today.’ All I’m thinking is, ‘Let’s go rehearse!’ I realised that there was something else I wasn’t tuned in to.”

One thing that keeps Zac grounded is a good workout, and he often hits the gym to lift weights.
The 26-year-old star said: “That’s my thing. It’s part of my life. It’s what I do and always have done.”
Zac also enjoys taking trips to remote locations by himself.

He added: “I like to sneak off to really remote places in the world and just chill. I kind of feel that travelling is how I’m able to stay real and grounded.”


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By Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 • Interviews - Holly  

Zac Efron said he feels relieved after opening up recently about his battle with addiction. In an interview on NBC’s “Today” show on Monday, Efron said that giving a recent in-depth interview to The Hollywood Reporter felt like “a weight off my chest.”

“It was a rough year,” the “Neighbors” star today “Today’s” Matt Lauer.

But the 26-year-old said that putting out his new film, a comedy co-starring Seth Rogen, was “such a great sort of icing on the cake for all of this.”

“It couldn’t be better now,” Efron said.

In the interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Efron, who went to rehab last year, said that dealing with addiction is a “never-ending struggle.”

“I was drinking a lot, way too much,” said Efron, acknowledging his drug use, too.

Now, Efron has been seeing a therapist and has joined Alcoholic Anonymous, which he said has “changed my life.”
“Things are so much easier now,” said the former “High School Musical” star.

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By Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 • Interviews , Media , Videos - Holly  

By Friday, May 2nd, 2014 • Events , Film Productions , Gallery Updates , Neighbors - Holly  

I have added over 400 high quality images of Zac attending the Neighbors Los Angeles premiere a couple of days ago to the gallery. Thanks to Claudia for donating these to the site.


Gallery Link:
Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > “Neighbors” – Los Angeles Premiere (April 29)

By Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 • Interviews - Holly  

“No matter who you are, you face challenges growing up,” he says. “You go with your things, you learn, you have to. It’s impossible to lead an honest and fulfilling life as a man and not make mistakes and ‘fess up to them when you need to. But it’s especially humiliating when they happen to be so public and so scrutinized.”

He pauses. “When you have success young, and you accept the good things, you have to accept all of it. You have to accept the moments of glory but also a great responsibility. And that responsibility, to some degree, involves being a role model. At the same time, I’m a human being, and I’ve made a lot of mistakes. I’ve learned from each one.”

It’s April 11, mere weeks since the 26-year-old star of the High School Musical franchise and such movies as Hairspray and 17 Again got into a tussle with a homeless man in downtown Los Angeles in the early hours of the morning. Add that to his well-publicized stint in rehab, and any reporter might be forgiven for expecting the worst. But as we sit for lunch at West Hollywood’s Soho House, I’m surprised to find him thoughtful, gracious and candid about the growing pains he has endured while navigating the shoals from teen celebrity to adult stardom.

“I was drinking a lot, way too much,” he says, acknowledging there were drugs, too. “It’s never one specific thing. I mean, you’re in your 20s, single, going through life in Hollywood, you know? Everything is thrown at you. I wouldn’t take anything back; I needed to learn everything I did. But it was an interesting journey, to say the least.”

That journey is one well traveled by other young stars, with varying degrees of success — from Judy Garland to Corey Haim to Lindsay Lohan to Robert Downey Jr. Like them, Efron has had his travails well documented: First, he entered rehab for an addiction to alcohol and drugs last spring; then he suffered the indignity of having his jaw wired shut following a fall in his Los Feliz home, when he skidded by an indoor fountain; and finally came the March incident when his car clunked to a halt in a dubious part of town, after which Efron grappled with a homeless man. Precisely what happened has given rise to endless tabloid speculation, and Efron is coy about the details.

“I had a friend come pick me up late at night — we were looking for a place downtown to get a bite and catch up,” he says, without identifying the friend. “We were having trouble finding somewhere — a lot of places were closed — and the car ran out of gas off the 110. It was ridiculous. We had to pull over, and I called Uber.”

While waiting, “A homeless guy, or vagrant, tapped on the driver’s-side window. Before I knew it, he [the friend] was out of the car, and they started fighting. I saw that [the homeless man] was carrying some sort of a knife, or shank, and I got out of the car to disarm him. At some point, he dropped the knife, and I got hit pretty hard in the face — and almost instantly the police were there to break up the fight.” After that, the two friends went home. Efron calls it “the most terrifying moment in my life.”

The timing of the occurrence hardly was ideal, just weeks before the May 9 release of Efron’s new comedy, Neighbors, in which he stars with Seth Rogen. The $18 million film is getting terrific buzz for the younger actor, who plays a frat boy spinning frighteningly out of control.

“His character tests through the roof, and the most common comment we hear is how much the audience loves seeing him in this new kind of role,” says Peter Cramer, co-president of production at Universal Pictures.

Insiders say Efron took a major pay cut to make the film in exchange for a heftier share of the back end (sources say he can get around $5 million a picture, but he often has cut his salary to do work that challenges him). Since then, he has received a surge of offers based on strong word of mouth about his performance but has opted not to shoot anything.

He is trying to shed an unwanted skin, cleanse himself mentally and physically, purge a past that has come to haunt him. A self-described insomniac, he acknowledges wrestling with anxiety (“100 percent”) and being plagued by “thoughts, just thoughts, just overthinking things.”

Currently single, he speaks of “the struggles of dating, of falling in love, of searching for love and being there for your friends when they need you. There’s no question that to receive anything great, like love or respect, or to better yourself, you have to give a piece of yourself away.”

Read the rest of the article at The Hollywood Reporter

By Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 • Neighbors - Holly  

By Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 • Interviews , News & Updates , Star Wars - Holly  

It has been rumored that fans will finally get a full Star Wars: Episode VII cast list on Sunday, May 4, which is known by fans around the world as Star Wars Day. While we wait for that all-important announcement, Zac Efron has now hinted that he may have a role in this highly anticipated sci-fi sequel.

Doing press with UK’s News 5 for his upcoming comedy Neighbors (which is apparently titled Bad Neighbors overseas), he explains that he does have a couple of ‘irons in the fire’. But will he actually land a role?

“I don’t know. I have no idea on that. I don’t know. There are irons in the fire, so to speak. I don’t like to talk about anything too early, because it takes awhile to get these things done right. Who knows?”

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard Zac Efron’s name pop up in regards to Star Wars: Episode VII. We reported in June that both Zac Efron and Ryan Gosling were being considered for roles in director J.J. Abrams’ highly-anticipated sequel. There was speculation that Zac Efron was being eyed to play the son of Han Solo (Harrison Ford), while Ryan Gosling was in contention to play the son of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). Zac Efron did eventually confirm that he read for a Star Wars: Episode VII role. It seems he is still in the running for that role, even with production set to begin in May.

Naturally, nothing has been confirmed at this time, but perhaps we’ll get the answers we’ve all been waiting for on May 4. Zac Efron will next be seen in Neighbors, alongside Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, in theaters May 9. He also recently signed on to star in and produce an adaptation of John Grisham’s novel, The Associate.
Star Wars: Episode VII comes to theaters December 18th, 2015 and stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels. The film is directed by J.J. Abrams.

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