Check out our exclusive interview with Charlie Tahan.
The 14-year-old actor recently chatted with us about his new movie Frankenweenie, his former co-star Zac Efron and much more.
Make sure you go see Frankenweenie when it hits theaters on October 5th.
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Zac Efron and Charlie Tahan mimick the way they crashed into each other on the waters in this new interview from Moviefone.
While Zac, 22, shared that during his first sailing lesson he learned how to capsize, Charlie shared, “I fell in a couple of times.”
Zac added, “We did crash into each other on the waters — in different boats.”
Charlie St. Cloud hits theaters TOMORROW!
Zac Efron pals around with Charlie Tahan as they attend the premiere of their new flick Charlie St. Cloud held at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, Calif., on Tuesday night (July 20).
The duo plays brothers in the new movie who share a special bond that transcends life and death.
Amanda Crew sparkled in a silver mini as she arrived. Also pictured is Zac‘s best bud, Bubba Lewis.
Charlie St. Cloud premieres NEXT Friday, July 30th.
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Zac Efron and Charlie Tahan share a cute hug as they chat with ET about their upcoming drama at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles earlier this month.
The 22-year-old actor explained about the film, “We [Charlie and I] saw each other for every day [while making the movie] for so long, we really became brothers, pretty much. Every movie has its challenges. â€¦ This was challenging on an emotional level and really you just have to find that connection with something real that you can relate to.”
When asked what people would be surprised to know about his costar, Charlie replied, “Um, he’s really down to earth.”
Zac joked, “He knows too many things.”
Charlie St. Cloud hits theaters on July 30th.
Play Catch with Zac Efron
Zac Efron‘s new drama movie, The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud has been pushed back from a June to October 15th release according to Deadline Hollywood.
The flick, which also stars Charlie Tahan, Kim Basinger and Amanda Crew, follows Charlie (Efron) who is so stricken with grief at his younger brotherâ€™s death that he takes a job as caretaker of the cemetery where his brother (Tahan) is buried.
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