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September 27 – Out & About In Beverly Hills
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Interview: Zac Efron
The people who made “The Death And Life Of Charlie St. Cloud” know why we’re here – and they don’t hang about giving it to us. Right from the opening credits, Zac Efron is swinging around a boat, hair artfully tousled and his tight muscles misted with something that could be sweat but is more like dew.

So Zac, I say to the current dreamboat du jour, do you, like me, ever wonder if your good looks have held back your career? It speaks well of him that he immediately laughs at this.

“It’s a big part of why I’m here, and a big part of why my fans come to my films,” he says easily. “I used to get into those conversations all the time, but now I have this ugly beard so it’s slowing down.”

The beard in question is a scruffy musketeer moustache and goatee that he slyly says “could be” for a film role, before adding: “Really I’m just testing out – how do you know what a beard will look like unless you grow one? And also to set fire to the internet!”

He may joke but, when Googled, the beard has generated hundreds of debates including a poll at UsMagazine.com, where 8,800 signed in to vote down the Efron facial topiary. People over the age of 20 without kids may be puzzled by the intense debate as to whether a nice, polite 22-year-old should stay beardless, but the girls outside his hotel spent the night on the street in the hope of seeing him (they did), and hearts were broken when he recently finally admitted – reluctantly – that “High School Musical” co-star Vanessa Hudgens is his girlfriend of three years.

Doesn’t this relentless, full-on attention drive him a bit mad? “You have to have a ninja mentality,” says Efron, who named his new production company Ninja Running. “There’s a way to sneak in and out of places. You just have to be smart about it.” A few weeks ago, he adds, he managed to enjoy a night out by shinning down the drainpipe of his hotel without the waiting paparazzi noticing.

No-one really prepared him for this kind of focus. “For me it was on-the-job training, and you just sink or swim. You learn to never take it too seriously because it’s going to be gone some day.”

Efron is so lusted after by women that comic book writer Mark Millar admits he campaigned for Efron to play the superhero geek in the movie version of Kick-***.

“My entire idea was that any guy would pay $10 to see someone beat the **** out of Zac Efron,” said Millar. Efron not only accepts the backhanded compliment, but is deft enough to throw in a story of his own.

“Right when ‘High School Musical’ was getting popular, one of my cousins very excitedly told me that there was a huge I Hate Zac Efron club at his school. I’m sure they’re doing great.”More power to them."

As well as using humility to defuse schadenfreude, Efron comes across as a genial, hard-working young man who is only slightly impatient with his part-time job as a teen heart-throb. He frets about sounding arrogant in interviews - "I have a lot to l

earn," he assures me, fervently and frequently.

He says he tries to avoid saying things that attract gossip. "I get asked about other actors and celebrities, and I've noticed that people who make the cool movies and stick around tend not to be the ones who are famous for their personal lives. And my personal life isn't that interesting anyway."

It started getting interesting when he was 16. Before then Efron was living at home, and twice a month his mother would drive him 145 miles to auditions in Los Angeles. He got a few bit parts on TV shows but if he couldn't get more regular work he was going to head to university. He was just about to buy his folders and files when an actor friend told him he'd tried out for a Disney musical. "The only thing that separates me from a few hundred other brown-haired, blue-eyed actors is that audition," he says. "I never forget that."

Trying to get us to forget High School Musical may be more difficult. He's always careful to acknowledge the career break he got by playing a sporty student with a bowl haircut who just wants to save money for college and sing about it to his mathlete girlfriend, but at 22 he's keen to move on. His next few roles will determine if he stays a teen idol or becomes a star that adults without kids could recognise. He turned down a remake of Footloose, the 80s high school musical, to free up time for more mature films such as Charlie St Cloud and Richard Linklater's period piece about an aspiring actor, Me And Orson Welles.

The road from tween idol is a perilous path, littered with the failed attempts of previous dreamboats du jour. Does anyone still take David Cassidy's calls? Me And Orson Welles won plaudits but modest box-office success so there's a lot riding on the soft-focus Charlie St Cloud. The director is Burr Steers, who directed Efron before in last year's age-switch comedy 17 Again, as well as the superior 2002 black comedy Igby Goes Down, and for the first time Efron plays someone his own age, struggling with the death of his younger brother (Charlie Tahan).

"The emotional aspects really rang true to me," says Efron. "Having left home at 17, I've been on the road ever since and I left my brother Dylan behind. Suddenly, my little bro is fending for himself in high school and I'm not there to guide him through that whole thing. Now he's 18 and going to college so he's not my little brother any more, but we're starting to become even better friends than we were."

By the time Dylan finishes his freshman year, his big brother will have made two more films, including a rumoured Nicholas Sparks project in which he plays an Iraq veteran who falls for two women.

But the career he'd most like at the moment, he says, is that of his girlfriend Vanessa, who he visited on the set of her new action movie Sucker Punch. "I watched her beating the hell out of stunt guys," he says. "She's incredible - but at the same time I was so jealous because it looked so cool."

Adult screams instead of teen shrieks? No-one seems more eager to grow up than Efron.

The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud is on general release from Friday

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Zac Efron Tackles Emotional New Film Role
“High School Musical” star Zac Efron has left his teen movie days behind him in his new, emotionally charged film, “The Death And Life Of Charlie St Cloud.” The 22-year-old actor plays a young man overcome by grief at the death of his little brother. He described how he drew on personal experience to help him play a more emotional role.

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Zac Efron appeared at “The 5:19 Show” on 29 September 2010
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Basinger’s Daughter Pushed Her Into Cloud Role

Kim Basinger almost turned down the chance to play Zac Efron’s mother in “Charlie St. Cloud” until her starstruck teenage daughter convinced her to take on the role. The actress admits she was unsure about whether to accept a part in the “High School Musical” hunk’s new drama, about a young man mourning the death of his brother.

But when Basinger’s daughter Ireland discovered she’d been linked to the role, she “went nuts” and urged her mum to accept the job. She says, “When I mentioned it to my 14-year-old daughter it was the funniest thing. She went nuts. She said, ‘What, not go to Vancouver and not play Zac Efron’s mom?’ She said, ‘You’re crazy!’”

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Zac Efron Uncomfortable With Body Flaws
Zac Efron has admitted that he becomes highly aware of his body flaws while watching his own films. Speaking to OK, Efron remarked that he is hopeful he will eventually be able to take a less critical approach to his physical appearance.

“What do I think when I watch myself on screen? ‘My head is huge’,” he commented. “I pick out every single flaw or thing I should have done better. I cringe at first, but years down the road I’ll be able to look back and appreciate what I’ve done – sometimes.”

Despite his aversion to his big screen image, the actor explained that he is usually less anxious than his co-stars before filming love scenes.

“In my experience, I think girls get a little more nervous than I do. I like to be comforting if at all possible,” he said. Kissing is not a hard thing to do. I usually have a very cute girl opposite, so it’s fun.”

Efron recently revealed that he grew a moustache to avoid being noticed by fans at the Coachella music festival

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Efron Destined For Charlie Role
Actor Zac Efron knew he was destined to star in sailing drama “Charlie St. Cloud” because he read the script on a boat trip with his father. The star plays the title character, who is a keen sailor mourning the death of his brother, and the “High School Musical” hunk knew he wanted to take on the film project from the very first moment he opened the script.

He explains, “I remember it (the script) was in the bottom of my backpack and I, oddly enough, went on a sailboat with my dad. I opened the script after we had spent the night on the boat and went to the front of the deck and started flipping through the script. The first few pages were on a sailboat and the weirdest thing was as I was reading it the boat started rocking, the wind filled the sails and it was like ‘(God) you have to make that obvious (I should take the part)’.”

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Zac Efron Feels Belittled Next To Vanessa Hudgens
‘High School Musical’ star, Zac Efron feels uncomfortable next to his “stunning” girlfriend, Vanessa Hudgens. In an interview with German Magazine Joy, Zac Efron has revealed that though he is fond of Vanessa Hudgens, he feels awkward standing next to her.

“Dating Vanessa makes many things much easier, because you understand each other without having to explain a lot,” Zac Efron gushed. “In terms of planning, I am very picky – worse than any woman. I drive everyone mad, except for Vanessa, she is always very understanding. The only disadvantage is that she is always dressed so stunningly that I look awkward and stand out.

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Danny DeVito Leads ‘The Lorax’


It could be the most environmentally-conscious movie since “Avatar.” USA Today has the first look at “The Lorax,” the 3-D adaptation of the 1971 Dr. Seuss book in which the gruff title character (voiced by Danny DeVito), pictured, speaks for the trees that are being chopped down by the Once-ler (voiced by Ed Helms), a naive businessman who turns disastrously greedy. Zac Efron will voice the young boy who wants to find the Lorax because even though the Once-ler destroyed the forest, there is still hope for Mother Nature. Betty White will voice the boy’s grandmother, who remembers the world when it was still green.

“They live in an outrageously artificial world where all things natural have been replaced by plastic and steel. It’s like living in Las Vegas,” producer Chris Meledandri, head of Illumination Animation, joked to USA Today.

Rob Riggle will voice another new character, described as “another industrialist who sells cans of fresh air to the polluted world the Once-ler creates and wants to keep it that way.”

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Zac Efron Begins Work On Nicholas Sparks Adaptation
The cameras began rolling this week on Zac Efron’s next assignment. He will be starring in the big-screen adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks book “The Lucky One.” The film is being directed by Scott Hicks, director of the Academy Award-nominated “Shine”, and is being filmed on location in Louisiana.

Efron will play Logan Thibault, a marine that has survived three tours of duty in Iraq. He carries a photograph of an unknown woman, believing that it is his good luck charm. When he learns the woman’s name and where she lives, he seeks her out. After the two get to know each other, a romance blossoms between them. The woman, Beth, will be played by Taylor Schilling. Schilling is probably best known for her work on the NBC television series “Mercy.”

Cinematography is being performed by Alar Kivilo, who operated the camera on last year’s highly successful “The Blind Side.” The screenplay was written by Will Fetters, whose first script was last year’s “Remember Me.” The future Warner Bros. Pictures release (which has not officially been titled) is being shot in and around New Orleans.

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Zac Efron’s Speedy Visits To Vanessa
Zac Efron has revealed he lives so close to his girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens he can get to her house in just seven and a half minutes.

Although they may not have moved in together yet the heartthrob actor – who met the actress on the set of ‘High School Musical’ – has a house in Los Angles close to his sweetheart and has timed his journey to her home.

He said: “We’re not far from each other. We’ve timed it now . If there’s no stop lights and if you take the back streets, you can get there in seven and a half minutes. Yeah, it’s pretty funny. So we’re not living together but we spend a lot of time together. More than not, you know?”

Zac thinks it’s a good thing they don’t live with one another yet and believes the time he and Vanessa have apart from each other when they are working keeps the romance alive in their relationship.

He added to Wonderland magazine: “When we’re filming we spend a lot of time apart, but that’s what keeps it fresh you know? Also, when you’re working you need to be really focused. At least I like to be focused so that time away is important. Then when you come back it’s better than ever.”

Zac, 23, also credits his relationship with 21-year-old Vanessa with keeping him focused on his career and away from the distractions of fame-hungry women.

He said: “What I will say is that there’s lots of drama and distractions and, you know, bulls**t at this age with women that I don’t have to put up with. But at the same time I’m getting to experience the amazingness and the beauty of women. So I’m foregoing all the negative things and really just getting the positive, I think. Being in a relationship has definitely helped me stay focused. I think being in a relationship at this point has kept me out of a lot of things that could have distracted me, could have developed into those distractions. And I’m having every bit as much fun.”

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First Look At “The Lorax”


Illumination Entertainment has released the first image from its 3D CG-animated adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ classic children’s story about corporate greed and environmental destruction, “The Lorax.” First published in 1971, “The Lorax” chronicles the plight of the environment and the Lorax, a furry, diminutive advocate for the trees (“as the trees have no tongues”) against the Once-ler, whose corporation is destroying the forests of Truffula Trees, starving the Bar-ba-Loots, choking the song from the Swomee Swans and poisoning the waters of the Humming Fish.

It is told through the perspective of a young boy who goes in search of the Once-ler to try to find out why the world is so ugly. The movie will follow the opening of the book, with Zac Efron voicing a young boy named Ted (named after Dr. Seuss’ real name, Theodor “Ted” Geisel) who searches for the Once-ler (Ed Helms, The Office) after his grandmother (Betty White) tells him how colorful the world used to be. Danny DeVito will lend his voice to the Lorax.

In an interview with USA Today, DeVito said that he hopes “The Lorax” will help to wake people up to the environmental destruction happening all around them.

“The Lorax” was written by Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio, the duo behind the script for “Despicable Me” and another big screen adaptation of a Dr. Seuss classic, “Horton Hears a Who.” Paul and Daurio will also co-direct with Chris Renaud (“Despicable Me”).

Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax” is slated to open March 2, 2012.

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Zac Efron Rumored For ‘Akira’ Adaptation
Slash Film reports a rumor that Zac Efron has been offered the lead role in “Akira,” the upcoming live-action adaptation of the manga series from “The Book of Eli” director Albert Hughes. The report itself strongly underlines that this is just a rumor for now, and we’ll echo their sentiment: don’t take Efron’s casting as gospel.

But if Efron is taking the lead role in “Akira,” it’s almost certainly for the part of Shotaro Kaneda, the young leader of a motorcycle gang called The Capsules. He’s best friends with Tetsuo, a troubled youth with undiscovered psychic powers. Once Tetsuo taps into his destructive telepathic abilities, he becomes drunk with power, forcing Kaneda to lead the charge against his very best friend.

Last we heard, there were rumors that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would star in the film as Tetsuo. The “Brick” actor certainly didn’t deny the talk in June of last year, saying that “you never know” if he might play a role in the film. Additionally, the manga adaptation comes courtesy of Gordon-Levitt’s “Inception” co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and his Appian Way production company, adding some credibility to the possibility of his casting. For his own part, DiCaprio has said that he won’t star in the film.

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“Charlie St. Cloud” Available On DVD & Blu-Ray
“Charlie St. Cloud” has been finally released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United Stated! Do not forget to pick up your copy! In the meantime, check another video in which Zac speaks about marriage!


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