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Nov 26th
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Zac and Dwayne on People's Sexiest List

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People's Choice Nominations

Vote for Zac HERE and for Neighbors 2 HERE.

Celebrity Ninja Warrior possibility

From an interview with Matt Iseman, host of ANW at Armchair Ninja Podcast,
listen to full interview there if you want:
We're gonna be doing a Celebrity Ninja Warrior, a one-off special for Red Nose Day. We're trying to get eight celebs, which is harder than it sounds because a) we have to find celebs who are willing to do and then b) make sure their schedules are clear. We'll be taping it when we tape Los Angeles qualifying and city finals at Universal… so obviously guys like Stephen Amell from Arrow, Zac Efron these are names that we're reaching out to.

So if Zac does this, and has done Bear Grylls, the only thing left I need him to do is The Amazing Race with Dylan or his dad :D

People talking about Zac: Anna, Simone, Corbin

Anna talks about Zac, from E!:
The actress also dishes on working with Zac Efron, whom she compared to Charles Manson.

"I'm morbidly interested in Charles Manson," she said. "I've always wondered what is it about Manson that was so charismatic? Then I met Zac and was like, 'Oh, there it is.'"

"I'm glad [Zac] hasn't asked me or anyone else to murder someone for him because I probably would," she joked.

From Vulture:
Zac Efron could easily be a cult leader.

Anna Kendrick just wants you to know that her Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates co-star Zac Efron could be a cult leader if he wanted. “Working with Zac Efron gave me a real-life understanding of how Charlie Manson got all those people to move to a ranch and do his bidding. Hear me out!” She writes, later elaborating on his essential magnetism. “People are just drawn to this guy. They behave like monkeys around him … You know those movies where some remote culture sees a dude in armor for the first time and mistakes him for a god? It’s like that with Zac Efron.” Too bad his magic couldn’t help the box-office numbers of Neighbors 2.

Corbin talks about Zac giving him a standing ovation, click over to People for full video:
And it turns out, Efron was so impressed with his former costar’s performance that he gave him a standing ovation — in the middle of the play.

“When [the musical number] firecrackers ended he stood up,” said Bleu. “People usually throughout the show won’t have an ovation, but he stood up. It was just him!”

Bleu said he was touched when he looked out into the crowd and saw Efron.

“I could see him and I was just like ‘awesome dude.’ ”

Simone on meeting Zac in excerpts from her book posted on Cosmo:
Little did we know that her producers had flown Zac to Rio after the floor exercise final to surprise us. When he walked out on set wearing a navy blue USA sweatshirt and green khaki shorts, I thought I was going to pass out. Seriously. We all started screaming, and Laurie [Hernandez] went to hug him right away. I actually ducked behind Aly [Raisman], hiding because I suddenly felt so shy.

Zac was as warm and welcoming as I’d always heard that he was. “Hey, I’m the one with the butterflies,” he said as he hugged us one by one. Then, when I finally came out from behind Aly, he lifted me right up onto his hip and planted a big kiss on my cheek. I almost died. I was giggling so hard, all I could think was, This can’t be real life. This is too perfect to be real.

Zac Efron was even more gorgeous in person and way nicer than I imagined. He told us, “When I found out you guys were fans, I was like, what am I doing sitting here on the couch? I have to come see you. I have to come hang out and support you guys, because you’re America’s true heroes right now.”
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kleth on November 28th, 2016 06:39 pm (UTC)
Yet again, Dirty Grandpa is ignored by the People's Choice crowd, as it has been ignored by the whole critical establishment. What does Zac have to do to gain some street creds with reviewers and viewers? Even signing Robert De Niro as his co-star didn't do the trick. So the movie was degrading and loathsome. All the more of an acting challenge for its stars. I don't think Zac will ever get the credit he deserves for taking on a role that required public masterbation, beastiality, and and displaying his nether regions in provocative poses. I salute him, especially for the latter. Mmmm.
dewgdewg on November 28th, 2016 11:34 pm (UTC)
He will be lucky if "Dirty Grandpa" don't end up nominated in Razzie Awards, the movie was terribly disliked
kleth on November 29th, 2016 07:47 pm (UTC)
Well, at least someone would be paying attention.
countessm3countessm3 on November 30th, 2016 12:09 pm (UTC)
Kleth, your gay is showing. (: Not interested in the bestiality bit, but I'm going to have to youtube the public masturbation and provocative nether region poses.

I bought that People and there was only one person missing: Colton Haynes! How can you have two working eyes in your head and not see how beautiful he is? Even animals are attracted to him (they're attracted to Zac too; animals have good taste in people, lol).

As for Zac, I *hate* it when they Photoshop his face like that. They're trying to butch him up, but what happens...my senior year in high school (when dinosaurs roamed the earth) my English instructor asked us if we had ever seen a person with minor facial flaws that worked together to make said person beautiful. Back then I wasn't certain I had seen a person like that, but I am certain now.

It's like this-you have geometric/mathematical beauty, such as Colton, whose facial structure is so sound I doubt an earthquake could level it. This kind of beauty is common enough, and the only reason Colton stands out is the extent and intensity of the mathematical precision - you could mark his face off with a ruler (proportion, symmetry, radiance - Aristotle's trilogy of beauty).

Then you have Zac, whose features, if studied independently, reveal flaws, but just as a whole is sometimes greater than its parts, these independent features, synchronized together, produce an effect greater than each taken alone. This kind of beauty is RARE, and produces an artistic effect that equates the mathematical/geometric kind of beauty. However, when one tries to *improve* upon such beauty by independently perfecting the parts, one actually *reduces* the overall effect. Why would you Photoshop the Mona Lisa or Bouguereau's Dante and Virgil in Hell? You might get away with Photoshopping Michelangelo's David, but to change the other two would be to destroy art.

Artistic destruction is evil. Zac's face is art. Therefore, destroying Zac's face via Photoshop is evil. (-:

Edited at 2016-11-30 12:29 pm (UTC)
kleth on November 30th, 2016 05:44 pm (UTC)
"Kleth, your gay is showing."

As I have explained here several times, Zac has that effect on me.

I don't know whether it is his mathematical/geometric beauty or simply that he's a real stud.
countessm3countessm3 on November 30th, 2016 06:36 pm (UTC)
...or simply that he's a real stud.

I can smell his pheromones on the other side of the US, so yes, he's a stud. (-:
kleth on December 5th, 2016 08:22 pm (UTC)
Trivia quiz
In case you are asked, and there's a valuable prize for the right answer, the Zacster's total box office earnings now stand at $1.836 billion.
kleth on December 6th, 2016 04:28 pm (UTC)
Random Efron
"He kissed me on the cheek!"

I got hit this morning with another random Efron incident on TV, a wake-up jolt better than a cup of coffee. I turned on the Today Show and they were reporting on the most frequently forwarded Tweets. Of the three, one was Simone Biles' Tweet about her first encounter with Zac.

If I could only have some random Efron every morning, it would be easier to get out of bed.

Edited at 2016-12-06 04:31 pm (UTC)
countessm3countessm3 on December 7th, 2016 02:41 pm (UTC)
Going through severe Zac photo withdrawal. Need more pictures of his handsome, smiling face.

In the meantime, Zac once said, regarding dating, that "it would have to be a long date" to dispel the myths about him.

Let us examine these so-called myths:
1) he's smart
2) he's handsome
3) his body is bangin
4) he's funny and sweet
5) he's a hard worker
6) he can sing, dance and act

Doe this imply that in real life:
1) he's stupid
2) he's ugly
3) he's obese and/or scrawny
4) he completely serious with a mean streak
5) he's lazy
5) he's a terrible actor who needs auto tune and dancing stunt actor

kleth on December 7th, 2016 05:36 pm (UTC)
The fallacy in this quiz is that the six items you list as "myths" are not actually myths. The real question the class should attend to is, Why does Zac think these are myths? Five are patently objective assessments and Number Six is arguable. He is proud of his desire to work hard. His own dancing coach has stated that he's not a dancer but can mimic any moves he is shown because he is an actor. I don't think he's a great singer, just passable. He's done some good acting, but he hasn't had an opportunity to show that he can do great acting.