March 19th, 2009

light fantastic

If you are bored...

Write an email to: bcaine@bayareanewsgroup.com with the subject: Superstar and message body: Zac Efron.

That bcaine dude is trying to find out who people would pay to see in a new movie. I think for most of us Zefron is a safe bet for somewhere between one and ten tickets per movie (not even counting the friends we drag along with us, lol).

In fact, I'd pretty much pay to hear him read the phone book. As someone on ontd once commented, even that would be awesome when in his voice. I'd make sure it was the Manhattan phone book though, so it would last as long as possible.

Side note: I must really be bored, I just spent over 15 minutes looking for what is the record for largest phone book ever and still didn't find it, but I'm pretty sure it would be Manhattan. It did lead me to this article which led me to this video:



Which I found amusing (even without zefron in it). Apparently the real mythbusters found that with tanks you could get them apart. Anyway, we digress.

Back on topic, bigger version of Elle pic (click for HQ scan):

vote

Zac Efron a Candidate for the Time 100

Go vote '100' for zefron here



You can vote more than once, until it stops displaying his rank. Then you have to change computers or ip addresses (if you can or know how to do that).

The online results don't affect the print results really but last year I had a shitload of fun voting the HSM cast up the chart (I think my main goal was to keep them higher than Michael Cera and whatsherface from Juno).

It was funny cause when it started you could vote about 50 times per ip address. Then they realized everyone was just voting a lot and they kept lowering the limit, eventually ending up at about 15 per ip. So vote early and vote often.

ETA: It seems different this year. Last year it seemed based solely on number of votes, this year it seems based on refresh rates. If you refresh slowly (instead of my automatic reload of like 3 seconds, lol) it seems like you can vote indefinitely.

Also I should clarify: yes, voting doesn't influence the official Time Magazine results they print, but it does determine the online "Your Time 100" list.

So keep voting, lol. We can get him in the top 100 at least.