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Apr 5th
04:52 pm
More pics from Thursday  

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redundancy is not elaborationthelightisdim on April 5th, 2013 10:55 pm (UTC)
I haven't been this attracted to him in such a long time.

And it also had been a while since I've liked basically all pics from a set :)
Miranda gives everyone a chancemirandagirll on April 5th, 2013 11:41 pm (UTC)
He's so cute with the little lollipop
Alison Ferreira PereiraAlison Ferreira Pereira on April 6th, 2013 05:48 am (UTC)
WOW,Zac is amazing! Cute, talented, handsome,. LOVE ZAC EFRON FOREVER!!!
Spaßbremsespassbremse123 on April 6th, 2013 09:58 am (UTC)
Very grateful for the shot of his butt in those pants.
countessm3countessm3 on April 6th, 2013 10:14 pm (UTC)
Dear wardrobe man: thank-you for shoving Zac's body into those pants. Would you consider giving them to him as a parting gift? You see, Zac buys clothes for a fat person, and then wears them. I don't know if he anticipates being fat one day, and is practicing for it or what. But really, he needs pants that fit, and those - why, they're a second skin. Those pants and Zac, they were meant to be together, like, forever.

Edited at 2013-04-07 10:49 am (UTC)
kleth on April 7th, 2013 06:27 pm (UTC)
Hopefully not forever! Peeling those pants off of him could be the highlight of someone's day.
countessm3countessm3 on April 7th, 2013 08:58 pm (UTC)
Well, that's true, lol.

I just saw The Paperboy. My only critique is that it is a character-driven film presented as plot-driven. Since all these characters revolve around this news story, the writers should have tightened up dialogue to communicate more effectively exactly what had happened.
Otherwise I liked it, and Zac did an excellent job!
countessm3countessm3 on April 8th, 2013 06:08 pm (UTC)
The Paperboy
I know I'm late seeing this (Thank-God for Netflix), but I have a question about a scene in the movie - the one where Matthew MC is naked and chained-up. His face had been the main target of the beating, and this is not consistent with S&M practices, where the face may be disguised by a mask, but it is only to promote anonymity and thus, objectification. In true S&M, the body is the object to be manipulated and "tortured" if I can use that word to promote intensification of the senses.
So, was his facial disfiguration meant to intimate that the two guys were gay bashers, or was it an attempt to portray the result of S&M out-of-hand, or what? I'm still uncertain as to what that scene was supposed to convey.
hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on April 9th, 2013 04:13 am (UTC)
Re: The Paperboy
i'm not sure what lee wanted.

in the book/scripts, it was even more ambiguous to the point of was it even s&m or just a legitimate beating. like ward's behavior in the bar is very indirect... he looks at the men (who in book/scripts are white and sailors) but not w/ specific interest, there are no sexual gestures, and he never talks to them. in the room, they only use sheets, no chains. the guys are dressed, and at one point they discussing setting ward on fire. the cops still take the approach ward was seeking some sort of sexual contact. but it is less clear what was really going on... like maybe the sailors were just homophobic and decided to beat the shit out of ward.

overall i think the idea to be conveyed was ward is reckless and, to a point, seeks violence... but it ranges from book to screen as to whether it was intentional or organized and/or sexual.
countessm3countessm3 on April 9th, 2013 10:34 pm (UTC)
Re: The Paperboy
So it looks like they intentionally kept it ambiguous so the audience could decide for themselves. As that is the way I write, I can't blame them for leaving it up the air. Thanks alot for the info!