If Melora Hardin were 17 again, she would definitely have a thing for Zac Efron.
The "Office" actress appears with Efron in the movie "Seventeen Again," due next year. In the flick, she plays his school principal, and after working with him, she totally understands what all the hoopla is about: Hardin said he's every bit as attractive as people make him out to be.
"He is a dreamboat. If I were that age and single, I'd be in so much trouble," she said. "I said, 'You'd be exactly my type.' He liked it — he was like, 'That would be great.' I was of course teasing but of course not teasing."...
After Zac Efron's stellar weekend at the box office playing Troy Bolton in "High School Musical 3: Senior Year," he's ready to graduate into the role made famous by Kevin Bacon in "Footloose," acording to "Variety.
The film's production reportedly has been fast-tracked since Efron's hot box-office weekend and the deal, which Variety reports is "just about set," will give him a mid-seven-figure pay day as well as script approval. And unlike "HSM," whose core audience is tween-age, the "Footloose" remake is aimed at older teens and young adults. The film will again pair Efron with "HSM" director...
With the release of Zac Efron's "17 Again" on April 17, it's "High School Musical" alumni week. MTV News is going to catch you up on what the future holds for all your favorite East High Wildcats!
Believe it or not, Zac Efron was not cool back in the day. In fact, the "17 Again" star admits that back in high school he wasn't necessarily voted most popular. He was a geek.
"I say this all the time — when I was in high school, I was such a geek," he told MTV News. "I worked hard and got good grades but I wasn't concerned at all about being cool ... [it] just wasn't a top priority."