Zac Efron was spotted arriving at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on April 13th, 2012. Enjoy the pics!
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Zac Effron arrived at Sydney International Airport for his flight back home to Los Angeles in sunny California. Zac gave a warm farewell to those who escorted him to the airport. Enjoy the pics!
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Zac Efron attended the premiere for “The Lucky One” in Adelaide, Australia, on April 12th, 2012. Enjoy the pics!
• [4/12] ‘The Lucky One’ Adelaide Premiere (x60)
Zac Efron arrived at “The Lucky One” premiere at Village Cinemas Crown on April 11, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. Enjoy the pics!
• [4/11] ‘The Lucky One’ Melbourne Premiere (x98)
Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling attended the photocall for “The Lucky One” in Melbourne on April 10th, 2012. Enjoy the pics!
• [4/10] ‘The Lucky One’ Photocall In Melbourne (x2)
Zac Efron is featured in the May issue of Women’s Health. Enjoy the scan below!
• Women’s Health (May 2012) (x1)
It’s a warm southern California morning, and I’m meeting Zac Efron in Studio City at a place called Weddington Golf & Tennis. With a name that stuffy, I expect marble and money. The course turns out to be public, with a plastic-cup snack bar where a waitress, without looking up, informs the 24-year-old movie star that she doesn’t take credit cards. They’ve reserved us a private tee, which is approximately 4 feet away from the adjacent public one.
Here at the practice range, Efron—in T-shirt, oversized cap, shorts, and Vans—strolls around in disarming anonymity, though to be fair, it’s hard for even the preeminent teen pinup of the 2000s to attract notice in a crowd that includes this many codgers in lavender pants. After talking and meandering (not especially well) through a bucket of golfballs, we encounter Roger Dunn, a California golf-shop magnate who gives lessons wearing a Panama hat and smoky sunglasses. We’d heard that Dunn is just shy of his 50th year of teaching, and he’s been introduced to us as a man of considerable local repute. Mostly Dunn has something to teach, and Efron is drawn to that.
“I could pick up almost anything,” Efron had told me earlier. “If you put it in front of me, I could always find a way to tackle it. I was never a natural at anything, but I could always outwork everybody.” He’d mentioned Bruce Lee, a man he’s been reading about. “What you got from him was the work ethic,” Efron said.
“Constant diligence. He was so focused, constantly pushing his body.” And so, at the eventual behest of the old teacher, the former star of “High School Musical” sets up on the range, absorbing Dunn’s sharp tips and rebukes. Dunn tells him to watch his back foot (“Keep it steady”), twist his wrists on the follow-through (“Rotate, come on, give me a break”), and focus (“Aw, there you moved your feet”). [Continue reading the article]
It’s Wednesday afternoon and even after a whole-day pictorial for Penshoppe, his first endorsement ever, Zac Efron shows up for this conversation at a suite of London Hotel looking fresh, a big smile on his face and a friendly glint in his dreamy eyes that have charmed millions of girls worldwide in the hit TV series “High School Musical.”
He looks a bit smaller than he does in his latest movie, “The Lucky One” (based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks) in which he plays US Marine Sergeant Logan Thibault who returns from his third tour of duty in Iraq with the one big thing he credits with keeping him alive — a photograph he found of a woman he doesn’t even know. Discovering her name is Beth (played by Taylor Schilling) and where she lives, Logan shows up at her door and ends up taking a job at her family-run local kennel. Despite her initial mistrust and the complications in her life, a romance develops between them, giving Logan hope that Beth could be much more than his good-luck charm.
Penshoppe starring Zac scores the unprecedented record of being the biggest endorsement deal in the Philippines, brokered by PR Asia Worldwide, the same agency that closed the deals between Penshoppe first with Ed Westwick of “Gossip Girl” and then with Thai popstar Mario Maurer. PR Asia head Joyce Ramirez confirmed that this year, more international stars are gracing the Penshoppe All Stars campaign.
“It’s a gathering of some of the world’s biggest superstars leading Penshoppe to unparalleled international recognition,” said Joyce.
The shoot with Zac took place in a $10-million bachelor’s pad in Beverly Hills, a setting that came closest to a real-life Vince Chase in “Entourage” (in which Zac made a cameo appearance years ago as Ari Gold’s newest celebrity acquisition).
Bernie: “We are very happy and proud to be the first ever endorsement deal of Zac in the world. The fact that he chose a 100 percent Filipino brand is something all Filipinos can be proud of as well. With global celebrities endorsing Penshoppe is a great way in the brand’s effort to go international. Just like when Filipino artists or athletes perform in the world arena, winning at home is not enough. Validation from groups outside the Philippines is also important.”
Alex: “Zac defines the all-new Penshoppe. From a small brand with very humbler beginnings in Mandaue, Cebu, to being the first endorsement choice of a Hollywood A-Lister, we have come a long way. We started leveling up a few years back by taking pains to improve our products. Recently, we spent considerable resources in improving our stores and shopping experience. We can’t wait for Zac to visit the Philippines and meet his fans. He’s sending his love to everybody in advance.”
This time around, Zac is playful just like he was a few years back when conversations did an exclusive one-on-one with him and Vanessa Hudgens for “High School Musical.” [Continue reading the article]
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