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Jun 6th
12:10 am
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From The Wrap:
Zac Efron In Negotiations to Star in Max Joseph's Untitled DJ Project (Exclusive)

Working Title is producing the movie, which is set in the world of electronic dance music

Hot off the stunning success of “Neighbors,” Zac Efron is in negotiations to star in Max Joseph's untitled DJ project that will be produced by Working Title, multiple individuals familiar with the project have told TheWrap.

Written by Joseph and Meaghan Oppenheimer, the coming-of-age story follows a young DJ as he works on what he hopes is his first hit track.

Joseph is an up-and-coming filmmaker who co-hosts MTV's “Catfish” with Nev Schulman. The untitled DJ project will serve as his feature directorial debut following his award-winning “Follow the Frog” commercial and the acclaimed short documentary “12 Years of DFA Records.”

The director is currently auditioning hot young actors and actresses for the other lead roles, as shooting will begin this July in Los Angeles.

Working Title's untitled DJ movie won't be Joseph's first foray into the world of electronic music, as he previously directed the Aaron Weber-produced short documentary “12 Years of DFA Records: Too Old to be New, Too New to be Classic.” Released in 2013, “12 Years” recently screened at SXSW and received critical acclaim within both the film and music industries.


Here is the director's commercial mentioned in the article:



He also made a commercial for Toms. LOL



Here is also the short documentary "12 Years of DFA Records: Too Old To Be New, Too New To Be Classic"



More of his work on his website: http://www.maxjoseph.com/
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Beejeezbee on June 5th, 2014 11:03 pm (UTC)
It's really hard to explain in a few sentences. I recommend reading up on the topic. Google will bring you plenty of results.

Generally speaking, environments in which an addict used to consume drugs/alcohol heavily and hence the brain associates with the substance abuse can trigger cravings simply by being in similar situations/around similar people.

But as I said, I hope Zac knows what he's doing. And he also needs to learn dealing with it/them; he can't always avoid them all.