Zac Efron was one of the last to join the cast of “New Year’s Eve”. The Garry Marshall directed romantic comedy. A follow up to “Valentine’s Day”.
It’s only fitting that I have Zac Efron as “Man of the Week”. After all he’s literally spending many days up here on this site due to the “New Year’s Eve” coverage that’s going on these last couple weeks. The guy is a total babe and one of those rare catches among his peers. The dude clearly has his head on straight. You never hear of any scandalous partying stories with him. Those that know him or have met him say he’s a sweetheart.
Doubly whammy. Looks. Personality. Compassion. Drive. What more can one want. He proved he can sing, dance and hold more than his own in a big picture like “Hairspray”. He displayed his emotional range, strong acting chops and gave us a little cherry on top by simply being the hot eye candy that he is in “17 Again” and “Charlie St. Cloud“.
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Zac can be seen next in “The Lucky One” where he plays a Marine. The film is based on the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name. The dude is becoming a man:
The hot and sexy Zac Efron walks on set waiting for his cue to shoot his scenes with Michelle Pfeiffer. He plays a bike messenger and she plays a secretary and they collide on the busy streets of New York City.
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