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Mar 5th
11:07 am
LOL - fun with photoshop  
But first... this dude posted (apparently via his iphone since he has the same autocorrect issues with 'zac' that i do, lol) this:

Oh, to wake up each morning to that out my window. But that dude isn't so happy with Zac Efron as I.


Original with a strange angle on his hair making it look weird:

At first I thought the only solution was to beanify:

Then, as glamour_addict and doubledagger76 pointed out, elf ears were more appropriate:

I actually tried Orlando's Legolas ears first but they weren't pointy enough, lol, so I found some random ones on google images.
Mood: amusedamused
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hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on March 6th, 2009 01:43 am (UTC)
lol, i didn't see the apparently in my first reading cause i was skimming before class on my iphone.

but yeah, i'm not surprised about the global part of this. hsm3 did extraordinarily well abroad and so they want to take that market for all its worth.
It's Audrey not Aubreyaudrey_za on March 6th, 2009 02:11 am (UTC)
I didn't mean that "Hence my use of "apparently"" comment in a bitchy way (jsyk). I take most of the gossip blog news with a grain of salt, especially without use of legit sourcing.

I had hoped "17 Again" would present a chance for global promotion. From the trailer and cast alone (especially Zac's involvement) I felt it could command a global audience. But, as much as I (and many others) see the potential, and Zac and his management are fast paving a clear path for success and positive growth- I realize the notoriety and/or instant name recognition of other (ie older) actors is still to come. I don't assume he's as common a household name as say a Brad Pitt, but I look forward to that level of renown and resume accolades, if that's what Zac wants.

Not to discredit his journey and success at all, because everything happening is the direct result of fierce intelligence, hard work, and sacrifices made. He's on an uphill rise and I'm pleased to see the gut instincts that "17 Again" could reach a worldwide audience (without that built in fanbase/backing of HSM costars established throughout 3 consecutive, successful films) are echoed in the promotional schedule. This is a moment for him to own- and it's an exciting time to be his fan.

I do not agree with those of the notion that Zac did not have to work- that somehow, his rise to fame has been 'handed' to him, or even worse, that he's not worthy of the success surrounding his career thus far. Do people forget his voice, as far as I know, were the only vocals dubbed (save for the balcony scene/beginning of "Breaking Free")throughout the duration of HSM? I won't speak on Zac's behalf of how he felt regarding that executive decision, but he has had to work HARD and prove himself. I see no indications of 'smooth sailing', favoritism, or unjust opportunity. Where he is right now is due to natural charisma, talent, and upstanding character.