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Nov 17th
06:58 pm
People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive Scans  


Check out scans below of Zac featured in the November 28th issue of People magazine, which boasts their annual Sexiest Man Alive. Zac’s spread is a part of the All Grown Up article featuring the likes of Ewan McGregor, former Hairspray co-star James Marsden and Armie Hammer- to name a few! We’ve also included an advertisement for advance screenings of New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles and Chicago!

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NYE AD:

 
 
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kleth on November 18th, 2011 03:12 pm (UTC)
"Male audiences hate him because they only know him as "the girly guy from the gay musical". >:( Hopefully TLO changes their and Hollywood producers' prejudice against him and helps him to get amazing roles."

Unfortunately, there won't be a male audience for TLO, a mushy love story, except for the guys that are dragged there by their girlfriends, which will give them another reason to hate Zac Efron.

I do see TLO as his first totally adult role, which is good; but I think The Paperboy and the Untitled Bahrani Project show that producers and directors are already willing to sign Zac for their projects. The insiders know that he's good to work with and can deliver the goods; that fabled Male Audience will remains elusive until he does some hard-action stuff.
annabelle83 on November 18th, 2011 03:55 pm (UTC)
Men won't voluntarily go see TLO but they may see its commercials on TV and realize he can play a manly guy just fine. No one would've thought Zac Efron could play a Marine!


I do see TLO as his first totally adult role, which is good; but I think The Paperboy and the Untitled Bahrani Project show that producers and directors are already willing to sign Zac for their projects.

I think producers and directors know that Zac is a talented and hard-working actor, but they're hesitant to cast him in big budget studio movies because of his pretty boy image. While I'm fine with Zac doing good indies, I see him more of movie star material than indie favorite so I hope TLO can help him get big studio projects.
kleth on November 18th, 2011 07:06 pm (UTC)
"Men won't voluntarily go see TLO but they may see its commercials on TV"

Lordy, I hope there are commercials on TV. More likely, the guys will see it on cable while flipping channels. They may not watch the whole thing, but they'll get the idea. (And maybe some of them, when they're all alone at night, WILL watch the whole thing and, heehee, like it.)
kleth on November 20th, 2011 02:33 pm (UTC)
Speaking of commercials, I'm seeing 30-second spots for NYE every evening now, as I recline in torpid ease before the television set. Go, Warner Bros./New Line!
kleth on November 19th, 2011 02:12 pm (UTC)
"that fabled Male Audience will remains elusive until he does some hard-action stuff."

Oh, I should have added "or gross-out comedies". The Seth Rogen project could do a lot of good. Sullied Zac will be much more popular with the young male crowd than Loverboy Zac.