Category: Zac Efron
Zac Efron will host Saturday Night Live: 'I'm so excited to host SNL. I leave tonight on the red eye and we start working on the show tomorrow. It's been a dream of mine since I was like 10 years old. Improv is pretty much how I got started. They do more sketch comedy but this is how I started. This is what I want to get back to. I think it's going to be a great week.
Zac on partying: There's a time for celebration and I partake, sure. But, you
know, it's important not to let that become too big of a distraction. The more
you have access to, the harder it is to remain focused.
You know what, I do not want to fall victim to that, it's too easy and too often done. It's out of style anyway, I think too many people have done it before me, I'm not going to. It's uncool, yeah. I think the rebellious thing to do would to actually be successful (sic).'
Zac will star in a FunnyOrDie.com skit with Vanessa Hudgens on April 8. Tom Lennon plays Zac's embarrassing Uncle Hank crashing a Hollywood Pool party. Check out the 17 Again premiere details under. Jonas Brothers are going!
Zac Efron told Daily 10 when he met Vanessa Hudgens it was love at first sight. He also revealed: 'I don't have a Twitter, a MySpace or a Facebook or anything like that. I kind of value in people not knowing where I am or what I'm doing.'
He demonstrated a typical post: 'I'm on the toilet. Still on the toilet. Guys, dot-dot-dot, out of TP. Still on the toilet.'
His advice to teens about life? 'Take it seriously, but have a sense of humor about it. A sense of humor is one of the most valuable tools you can have as a teenager.
That's one thing that helped me early on through life and high school was to remember to laugh at how ridiculous life was.' He also told MTV that he'd love to make another film with Nessa. Zac & Thomas Lennon dish on 17 Again under.
Zac Efron accepted the Breakthrough Performer of the Year Award during the ShoWest awards ceremony in Las Vegas on Thursday. Zefron dished to EW why he ditched the Footloose role:
'I'm sure Footloose would have been a huge challenge, but the actors that I love and the actors that work really hard in this industry are always shaking things up, trying new genres, acquiring new skill sets. That's what's always going to appeal to me: the unknown.'
Zac is set to play a young gravedigger in The Death & Life of Charlie St. Cloud. The character takes care of the cemetery where his brother has recently been buried. He meets with his deceased brothers and romances a woman who's believed to be missing in a sailing accident. PR Photos. 5+
Zac Efron Daily Mail interview: On fangirls ripping his clothes and crying: I was at a premiere and there was a huge crowd that got completely out
of control. A barrier broke and fans came rushing over and grabbed me.
I was pulled in every direction.
The security guards stopped the
commotion and no one was hurt, but later that night I went home, took
off my shirt and was getting ready for bed when I found a long
fingernail stuck into my back. Leo DiCaprio told me, 'Don't do drugs.'
On Leonardo DiCaprio's advice to not take drugs: He just laid it out there. I've spent some time with him, and we were talking one day and it was kind of his way-out-the-door, last-minute advice. He said, 'Oh, by the way, if you really
want to mess this all up, try heroin.' I said, 'Thanks.'
And he said, 'No, seriously, that's pretty much the only way you're going to screw this up, and you shouldn't go down that road - it will mess you up without fail. Do not do drugs.' That was enough for me; that's all I needed to hear.
On fame: I've made attempts to disguise myself, but sometimes no disguise
is the best disguise, because if you wear shades inside a shop, everyone looks right at you and they think, 'Who is that?' I've found the best thing is to try to look normal and avoid all eye contact. If someone says, 'Hey, you're that High School Musical kid', I'll say 'No' and just keep on going.
On his only extravagance: Recently I bought a black Audi S6. I don't have a fleet of cars, though. It's smarter to live below your means. Whatever you can afford, go two pegs down and you're safe.