—in which Efron played the leader of a perma-drunk fraternity moving next door to a young family—earned more than 0 million worldwide and introduced Efron as the sliest member of Seth Rogen's comedy family. We know so much more now than we used to about [the effects of] being sedentary. When came out, I assumed it was going to be chaos outside my house, which it was. I was riding down Venice Boulevard on a bike and this happy dude—a big guy—stopped me. Now, all there is to do is for some Hollywood producer to get the ball rolling on the high stakes gymnastics movie Simone and Zac will inevitably star in.
Revealing how he had to hire someone to run his Instagram and Twitter accounts, the star confessed: "There's a theory that actors should live like monks.
You stay private, you make a great movie, then that's all people see and you're not a product of your struggle.
But if you're comfortable sharing your story, celebrate it. " On the art of acting: "We have the ability to change the world with cinema.
Most days I wake up excited now."On working with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson: "He wants to make an impact beyond acting.
Zac dished: WELL we'd swipe right if he actually joined. Unfortunately for fans, Efron's aversion to social media might keep him away.