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Here’s the 215,3912,3413th reason to love Zac and to envy Vanessa: he cooks romantic dinners for her! Can he be more perfect?
WE didn’t need another reason to fancy Zac Efron.
But now we wish we were Vanessa Hudgens even more after Zac Efron revealed he loves to cook her romantic meals.
The hunky 22-year-old told OK! Magazine that he’s capable of cooking up a storm in the kitchen department.
He said: “I can follow directions and I think that’s mostly what cooking is. I’m good at following written instructions, so if I look up a recipe I can kind of do it.
And Zac revealed that lasagne is his speciality.
“I’m not like a gifted chef and I’m not good with the flavours, but I can definitely make lasagne from scratch. Actually no, I don’t make the pasta [laughs].”
Mmmmm what we would do for a slice of Mr Efron’s lasagne…
WAXWORK model of teen idols Zac Efron and Miley Cyrus have been given a makeover to make them appear more mature.
High School Musical star Efron has ditched his original basketball strip for a suit and tie at Madame Tussauds in London and Cyrus has swapped skinny jeans for a more glamorous silver, sequinned dress.
The figures were first unveiled around two years ago at the central London tourist attraction.
I also added 16 pictures of his waxwork, with the original basketball clothes, and one after the makeover.
Miscellaneous > Zac’s waxwork at Madame Tussauds
Zac recently sat down with USA Today and answered five questions. Check it out!
And I guess that’s when he did this photoshoot, with Dan MacMedan.
Photoshoots > Outtakes > 2010 > Dan MacMedan for USA Today
Just when I found two new Beastly posters, another new one, with a new logo and slogan too, appeared on the Web. It’s featuring a new promo picture and Vanessa looks gorgeous on it. We currently have it in good quality, but we’ll try to look for an HQ one, so stay tuned!
Movies > Beastly > Posters
As the adaptation Charlie St. Cloud debuted this weekend (starring Zac Efron), Ballantine Bantam Dell acquired a sequel to the bestselling novel by Ben Sherwood.
Editor-in-chief Jennifer Hershey bought the book, a follow-up to The Death and Life Of Charlie St. Cloud. William Morris Endeavor agent Jennifer Rudolph Walsh negotiated the deal with Ballantine Bantam Dell EIC Jennifer Hershey.
The adaptation earned $12.1 million at the box office this weekend, coming in sixth place among the major releases. Sherwood had this statement: “I’m extremely excited about the opportunity to dive back into Charlie St. Cloud’s world and to take the characters in new directions and I very privileged to work with Jennifer Hershey and the entire Ballantine Bantam Dell team.”