Zac Efron goes up, no one can stop heartthrob apotheosis in his career in cinema. Now it was announced that Shia LaBeouf will replace Zac in the movie "The Death of Charlie Countryman necessary." Producer Alec Berger confirmed that the handsome actor takes the character was initially intended for the hero of the saga of "The transform". Shia just was revealed that the coveted role declined, the producers started talks with the handle of Efron and they accepted the offer. And Zac is that he can not do better, started on the right foot this anno with a role in the film "The Paperboy" which co-stars...
After three "High School Musicals" and "Hairspray," he's afraid of being typecast as the cute song-and-dance man.
Zac Efron wants to be fancy free, but apparently not footloose.
The teen-throb stella, star of Disney’s first three “High School Musical” films, has pulled out of Paramount’s planned remake of “Footloose,” in an apparent effort to stretch his career beyond fame as just a cute song-and-dance man.
Efron told the studio last week that he did not want to do another musical at this point in his career, according to a senior member of the production team.