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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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The Writers Denmusewriter on November 20th, 2011 09:47 pm (UTC)
I'm doubting that he went but nothing would really surprise me given how good he's become at hiding and blending in. And I kinda love that he chatted with Brian Grazier at Beachers...and that he left before his friends.
abigail80831: pic#113712706abigail80831 on November 20th, 2011 10:17 pm (UTC)
Haha I agree. The fact that he left way before them kinda makes it better to me aha.

But for real, WHY does he hang around with that crew? I'm not trying to judge them.............but they all seem like @ssholes who have no careers.
abigail80831: pic#113712706abigail80831 on November 20th, 2011 10:33 pm (UTC)
P.S. It looks like he went to Adam Shankman's birthday party last night. Cool to see their still friends.
kleth on November 21st, 2011 06:25 am (UTC)
"Cool to see their still friends."

I would hope so. Zac owes Shankman a huge debt of gratitude. Remember, it was Shankman who first passed Zac over for Hairspray and then changed his mind and gave him the part - a great part and Zac's first movie to actually play in theaters. Then he brought the 17 Again project to Zac and talked him into doing it - the foundation for Zac's non-musical career and another hit.
kleth on November 21st, 2011 03:51 pm (UTC)
And I might have added: By casting Zac in Hairspray, and then helming 17 Again, Shankman hooked Zac up with Warner Bros. Without that, Z would have been a 100 percent Disney star and his struggle to break out of that image all the more difficult. So to quote Zac Efron: "Thank you, Adam."