Zac Efron shows off his buff bicep while striking a pose in a Baja East’s “Be Proud” Tee in the wake of the tragic shooting that cost 49 people their lives and countless others injury at Orlando’s Pulse gay nightclub.
That day, Dwayne took to Instagram to announce that production on the movie had wrapped, writing, “That’s an official wrap! Holy sh*t we had a blast pushing the rated R envelope. Hilarious, bad ass and highly dysfunctional ‘Avenger’s of the beach’ come home.”
Zac Efron is dapper in a white suit while making an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday (May 19) in New York City.
The 28-year-old actor talked about having to use a pork shoulder as body grease on the set of Neighbors 2, co-star Seth Rogen originally hating him at first, and using his acting skills to get out of a ticket – Watch below!
“I got pulled over and immediately thought I was going to get a ticket because I didn’t have my driver’s license or something like that,” Zac revealed. “The lady cop who pulled me over was really sweet, but I got kind of over emotional and I kind of turned the tears on a little bit and she recognized me.”
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The 28-year-old Baywatch star opened up to the glossy about how he stays in shape – and stays grounded. Check it:
On his image: “I step back and look at myself and I still want to kick that guy’s ass sometimes. Like, f-ck that guy. He’s done some kind of cool things with some cool people—he did that one thing [Neighbors] that was funny—but, I mean, he’s still just that fucking kid from [High School Musical].”
On his body: “I want to be lean. When I put on a T-shirt, I don’t want people to go, ‘Oh, that guy’s a bodybuilder.’”
On his diet: “After a while your body stops craving junk food and you look forward to these meals. There’s this trigger that happens after two or three weeks of dieting and eating healthy food, where your body switches its primary energy source from burning mainly carbohydrates to burning fat. And when it switches over, all your cravings change. You go, ‘Holy cow, I want kale and vinaigrette shredded with beets and a little bit of sweet potato!’”