While fans can't wait for the next season of 'Arrested Development' to hit Netflix sometime next year, star Jason Bateman isn't relying on just that gig to make you laugh, having signed on to a new comedy alongside Zac Efron called 'This Is Where I Leave You.'
Oh man, things are mega ridiculous this week. We've got Nicole Kidman peeing on Zac Efron, a massive delay for the 'G.I. Joe' sequel, more Kevin Smith nonsense, and an 'Alf' movie?
This year’s Cannes Film Festival has delivered some off-the-charts bizarre on-screen action, from Kristen Stewart's nudity in the risqué ‘On the Road’ to the dizzying ‘Holy Motors,’ which left one critic feeling “drunk” after its press screening. But few can hold a candle to Lee Daniels’ ‘The Paperboy,’ which allegedly contains a graphic scene of Nicole Kidman urinating on ‘High School Musical’ heartthrob Zac Efron.
It must be hard to rebound from a flop, but it looks like director Nicholas Stoller has dusted himself off from the failure of 'The Five-Year Engagement' and lined up 'Townies,' which is set to star Zac Efron and Seth Rogen.
‘The Lucky One’ marks the latest adaptation of a tale from the mind of famed romantic drama novelist Nicholas Sparks. The first of which was the Kevin Costner/Robin Wright story of tragic loss ‘Message in a Bottle’ and the most popular of which is the Ryan Gosling/Rachel McAdams tearjerker ‘The Notebook.’
We recently had the opportunity to speak with director Scott Hicks, who takes the helm on this latest endeavor, about working with stars Zac Efron (‘High School Musical’) and Taylor Schilling (televisions ‘Mercy’) in this next phase of their respective careers, the appeal of the Sparks flavor of romance and creating an authentic love story.
In his new movie, 'The Lucky One,' Zac Efron's decidedly adult role put him one step further away from the tween-friendly 'High School Musical' franchise that made him famous. So what types of roles is he hoping to play in the future?