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We’ve got some good news for all you ladies who grew up dreaming of Zac Efron, and who, you know, maybe, still enjoy catching up with the muscular movie dynamo online every now and then. Apparently, the actor is completely prepared to show off more than his impressive abs and pecs (and triceps and biceps) on film in the future. But, whether Efron does so or not depends on one very big condition for him.
Let’s just say I’m not opposed to anything. But if you’re gonna pull your dick out, it’d better be for an Academy Award–winning movie.
Well, there you have it ladies and gents. Zac Efron will go all Full Monty on our asses, but only if he thinks the movie his delicate man-parts are featured in can compete on Oscar night. Efron spoke to Elle magazine for their June 2016 issue, and revealed that he’s basically open to showing any body parts deemed necessary in a movie, but the film better be pretty damn high quality for him to take it all off. So, sorry, y’all, there probably won’t be any Zac Efron peen in Neighbors 3 or Baywatch.
Obviously, Zac Efron first made real waves in the runaway, Disney Channel hit High School Musical. The TV movie immediately thrust the young actor into the stratosphere of teen heartthrob status and started many an obsession with his good looks. He’s made quite a career, especially lately, out of being the hot, dude/bro with the six pack abs, winning smile and cocky attitude. Films like Neighbors, That Awkward Moment, Dirty Gandpa and the upcoming Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates and Baywatch have only served to cement that on screen reputation.
Even though Zac Efron’s become known for these shirtless sex bombs, he has made in-roads into more serious films that might allow the world to witness him in all his glory. Weightier fare like Me and Orson Welles, Liberal Arts, The Paperboy, At Any Price and the upcoming film The Masterpiece have seen him work with directors like Lee Daniels, Richard Linklater and James Franco, and working with stars like Nicole Kidman, Matthew McConaughey, Dennis Quaid, Allison Janney and Elizabeth Olsen.
So, see? All is not lost in the Zac Efron full-on nudity area. What I really admire about this statement is that he makes no bones about being ready to drop trou for a potential Oscar winning film. Actors tend to either be notoriously sheepish about the subject of on-screen nudity or they take it off for damn near everything. The ones who do seem reluctant, though, do usually specify that it would have to be the right role and absolutely necessary for the film, but rarely do they come out and say that the film better be so good that it could win one of filmdom’s biggest awards.
OK, all you Zac Efron fans. It’s time to hope that he comes within spitting distance of a nude scene in a really, really good movie some time soon. If he does, you might get a chance to have all your teen dreams fulfilled by setting your eyes on his nethers before long.