Isn't it funny how it's always when you say you don't want to be in a relationship that you fall into one? Well, with enough chuckling, playful eye-rolls and head shaking, someone convinced Zac Efron it's funny enough, as he's signed on to star in Are We Officially Dating?, a comedy about "three friends in New York City who make a pact to remain single just as they each start to fall in love." Seeing as how we've already established today that Efron is following the sweaty trail of McConaughey, and knowing that the path of McConaughey inevitably leads to some kind of romantic-comedy involving a reluctant relationship, this pretty much makes sense.
- Zac Efron has reportedly signed on to star in Akiva Goldsman's The Falling, said to be "an edgy thriller centering around an otherworldly being." Plot specifics aren't yet being divulged, but hey! A Zac Efron film!
- Warner Bros. has bought the rights to the novel The Man Fr... / Continue →
Zac Efron, captain of the Wildcats basketball team, has reportedly signed on to two new projects that he hopes will distance him from being thought of as an elven song and dance man.
With Universal, Efron is set to star in Fire, an adaptation of comics goldenboy Brian Michael ... / Continue →
Welp, we still can't figure out how make computers allow Steve McQueen and a Silver Spoons-era Ricky Schroeder to be perfectly cast in a Johnny Quest movie, so we're just going to make it with Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron instead:
Seems Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, “Race” direct... / Continue →