Zac Efron may be reprising his role in the movie that introduced him as a star.
According to E! Online, Efron is in talks to do another installment of High School Musical. At the premiere of his new film Neighbors, Efron revealed:
“We’re all thinking about it. I continue to see all the guys from High School, Every time we do…there’s just this look between us. It’s so cool because we never forget a single moment of that experience.”
Rogen plays a quarreling new dad who lives next door to a frat boy played by Efron.
At the Q&A for the upcoming raunchy film, Rogen and Efron were joined by cast members Dave Franco, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and director Nicholas Stoller.
Things got a little racy when a fan professed their love for Rogen’s work in films. Rogen replied,
“So nice! I’m going to f*&k the sh#t out of that guy the second this is over.”
Franco revealed one of his risque screen moments in the film. He stated,
“My favorite interaction with the director Nick Stoller was during my awkward sex scene. I did the first couple takes and Nick ran upstairs and he leans in and he’s like, ‘Hey Dave, just, uh, like, more jackrabbit.”
“When I first saw that I was like, ‘Is that how I’m supposed to be fucking? I’m doing it so slow.”
Neighbors opens in theaters on May 9, 2014.
It looks like Lena Dunham‘s week long promo for Saturday Night Live has not done the show any justice.
According to Deadline, SNL saw a significant drop in ratings this Saturday with Dunham as the host.
Dunham’s episode reportedly was down 11% in households and down 19% in 18-49 from last week’s show hosted by Jim Parsons.
These are SNL‘s second-lowest results of the season in both households and 18-49.
In box office news, 300: Rise Of An Empire dominated at the box office. The follow up film to 2006’s 300 raked in over $45 million and an estimated $87.8 million as of today.
Mr. Peabody And Sherman took second place, bringing in about $32.5 millions.
Last week’s phenom Son Of God dropped 61% in its second weekend, with a total of $41.5 million.