Zac efron dating again


05-Aug-2017 00:36

I know, he truly gave it his all and we believed it was Zac singing those magical lyrics to us, but alas, it wasn't. We dug all the way back to 2007 to uncover the truth and Zac actually gave an interview to the . I had to put my foot down and fight to get my voice on these tracks," Zac said. But this doesn't seem likely, since Zac said he met Vanessa Hudgens, the Gabriella to his Troy, while in the auditions and they were paired together to read a scene, which led to the duo being cast. Here he is singing "Breaking Free" with V: Both Zac AND Drew helped to create the Troy Bolton we all know and love, so something to keep in mind.

"In the first movie, after everything was recorded, my voice was not on them. And Vanessa did sing the songs, so that doesn't work timeline wise. Even though I wanted to do it,' Zac said to he just couldn't bare the music anymore. Zac got the solos he deserved in the other movies anyway.

Maybe this isn’t the boldest pronouncement he’s ever made. He went to rehab, emerged sober, and immediately owned up to his problems, telling came out, and the “Efronaissance” began: The former teen idol surprised nearly everyone in Hollywood by playing a lovably arrogant prick and showing formidable comedic chops.

“If the zombie apocalypse happened right now,” he says, “I’d definitely be able to defend myself.” Of course, Efron wasn't always recognized for being an obscenely fit man. At the height of his early fame, circa 2007, Zac Efron was the extremely handsome teen star of Disney’s smash-hit sequels, albums, and mall appearances, then retired into a life of wealthy obscurity. “The second we finished the first one,” he says, he began to tell people this wasn’t the life he had in mind. And I said, ‘Guys, you know this is not at all what I want to do? ’” After appearing in the 2007 musical , and poked fun at himself in several Funny Or Die sketches. He became a recurring character in the tabloids for a series of social shenanigans that culminated in early 2014, when he got into a fight with a homeless man under a downtown L. The R-rated comedy earned more than 0 million and became the highest-grossing live-action film of co-star Seth Rogen’s career; but the biggest surprise was probably that Efron stole the movie.

In person, Efron is taller than I’d imagined—5'9"—and far less bulky. “Right now I’m probably the physically strongest I’ve ever felt,” he says.

It’s not until he pushes his sleeve up to scratch at the remnants of a fake fraternity tattoo from the previous day’s shoot that I glimpse a sign of it: a giant biceps, ridged with veins. “Not in terms of bench press or how much I can squat, but in how quickly I could get out of this room and destroy everything in my path.” He looks around the room—at the parents with kids, the willowy young women and men eating in sunglasses to disguise their hangovers—and laughs.

He drinks a little, then adds water to dilute what’s left.

When our iced coffees arrive, he pours a little of that into the bottle, too.

In reality, he says, what happened was “one of the worst things possible.” To be more specific, he almost died when the lead chute’s cord tangled around his ankle and wouldn’t deploy.“I step back and look at myself and I still want to kick that guy’s ass sometimes,” Efron says of his former self. He’s done some kind of cool things with some cool people—he did that one thing [].” That’s how Rogen felt, too, when he ran into Efron at a party a few years back.“For sure, I assumed he’d be a guy I wouldn’t like very much,” Rogen told me.Like Justin Timberlake before him, he seemed to successfully shed any former teen-idol lameness and managed to come out the other side not only respectable and unscathed but also cool.

And yet, Efron is nowhere near ready to declare this transformation complete.“I ultimately want that person to want to see me in another interesting role.