The left needs Donald Trump to go away yesterday, while the right feels the same about Hillary Clinton. Someone like… Oprah Winfrey or Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? “Everyone keeps talking about The Rock for president,” said Scott Eastwood (Snowden).
It didn’t perform as well at the box office as its 2014 predecessor, but Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising was a worthy sequel to that gut-busting frat comedy. And hey, if you were going to rate all comedy sequels on a curve (see Dumb and Dumber To, Zoolander 2), the Neighbors‘ follow-up would be a bona fide masterpiece.
Zac Efron, a Zac among mere Zacks, has been single for a few months now. And it has not been easy, he recently told British newspaper The Times. “Dating is something I’ll never be able to do,” he explained. Aw, Zac, no, don’t be so hard on yourself.
Zac Efron and Adam Devine have never been married in real life, but they do play a pair of bros who attend a wedding in the raunchy new comedy, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. So that pretty much makes them experts in all things matrimonial. Since planning the Big Day can be stressful and time-consuming, these fine gentlemen have volunteered seven helpful planning tips, which you can watch in our exclusive video above. Related: ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates,’ the Oddest Biopic of the Year Efron and Devine cover all the bases, from location (“Plan a destination wedding somewhere super-exotic, like Detroit or North Korea”) to menus (“Give people dinner options… like six-piece chicken nuggets, or nine-piece nuggets) to seating arrangements ("Have family members who really hate each other?
Every morning, I wake up hoping that this day will be the day my imaginary boyfriend, Zac Efron, will do something related to beauty so that I might write about him. Today is that day!
When it came time to interview the cast of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, we returned to one of our favorite places on the web: the communal question-and-answer forum Yahoo Answers.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, the upcoming comedy starring Zac Efron and Adam Levine, is based on real guys named Mike and Dave who needed real wedding dates. “Yeah, it’s really an origin story,” Efron told Yahoo Movies at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, hours after Fox had premiered an extended clip, in which Kumail Nanjiani gives co-star Sugar Lyn Beard a “preposterously filthy naked massage” (as one outlet put it). The basic premise is fact-based: In 2013, bros Mike and Dave Stangle put an ad on Craigslist soliciting female companions for their sister’s wedding.
Looks like the Rock is cooking up some fun at the beach. The global superstar and superhuman specimen otherwise known as Dwayne Johnson, has spent the last few days gleefully posting Instagram photos from the set of his big screen reboot of Baywatch.
The first trailer for Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates makes the crass summer comedy look like a Frankenstein’s Monster of recent drunken goofball classics. Think Wedding Crashers meets Bridesmaids, with characters from Neighbors and Comedy Central’s Workaholics — which, taken together, is a pretty potent brew. The movie, written and directed by Funny or Die vet Jake Syzmanski, stars Zac Efron and Adam DeVine as two wild and crazy bros who must find dates to their sister’s wedding (the title of the movie is pretty expository).
No pants, no problem. Photo: Getty Images If you’ve ever wondered who wears the pants in the relationship between Zac Efron and Sami Miro—who hasn’t?!—we’ve got your answer. The couple was seen strolling around Los Angeles, Thursday, surrounded by a fleet of burly-looking men wearing suits, as you do.
The first trailer for the Robert De Niro-Zac Efron spring-break comedy Dirty Grandpa is here (above), and it definitely sets today’s record for things we never expected to see, in a movie or otherwise. In Dirty Grandpa, Efron plays Jason, an uptight dude about to get hitched.