Zac Efron suits up for the smoldering hot cover of Flaunt magazine’s latest issue, on newsstands now!
The 25-year-old actor opened up to the glossy about his past and where he wants his career to go in the future. Check it:
On growing up: “My dad was a pretty intense dude, who used to actually spend time with me in the backyard, you know, playing catch, and we both knew that I was short, I was a small. But I was athletic, and I always felt like I was smarter than everyone, even the adults in the room, but my size held me back. So I just got better than everyone else, by working at it. I would throw the ball harder and faster than everyone—go harder—because I was smaller.”
On his High School Musical days: “Here’s the one thing about High School Musical that a lot of people forget or don’t realize. It affected a lot of people, its resonance, culturally, was massive, and at the same time, it was in every sense of it, the luckiest break in the world.”
On his acting career: “I know I’m not in this for the money. I’m trying to make something good, that I care about, and to make sure that it matters. But I’m not even sure it matters.”
JJJ was lucky enough to catch up recently with the 21-year-old triple threat at the Ostrich Festival in Arizona where he dished about his duet with Caroline Sunshine, the studios and more. Check it:
JJJ: You’ve been hard at work in the studio, when can we expect some new music? Roshon Fegan: This year there’s going to be a lot of new music. We just opened Grand Vault Studios and we’ve been recording there and making new music. I’m going to take a break after season three and just focus on music.
JJJ: Will you be releasing a full length album? RF: I’m thinking at this point there’s going to be enough singles to make a whole album.
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In anticipation of Emma Stone‘s new movie, The Croods, JJJ got an exclusive look inside “The Art of the Croods”.
Out on March 26th, the book by Noella Hueso, features over 400 pieces of concept art, character sketches, storyboards and digital paintings, along with interviews with the key animation talent.
The Croods takes us back to the beginning, to a previously undiscovered era known as the Croodaceous period, a time when Mother Nature was still experimenting and the animals, flora and fauna we know today hadn’t evolved yet. Trying to find their evolutionary niche are The Croods, a family who must adapt to survive after their cave home is destroyed.
Dove Cameron hangs out with Crash (of Crash & Bernstein) in Times Square, New York City earlier this week.
JJJ recently caught up with the 16-year-old actress and new star of Disney Channel where we got to know all about her name, style and upcoming projects. Check it:
JJJ: How did you get your name?
Dove Cameron: My mother and father loved Picasso and he named his daughter Paloma, and that means “dove” in Spanish.
JJJ: What can you tell us about filming Cloud 9?
DC: It was my first film experience but I honestly couldn’t have had a better one. The whole cast and crew was absolutely perfect and tremendous. Everyone was lovely. The whole cast fell in love with each other in the first week. We were inseparable. We still are. We made lifelong relationships. And it was definitely the most rowdy, loud set to be on. We were constantly goofing around. There wasn’t like a serious moment. We were ridiculous.
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