Seth Rogen has one of the most recognizable laughs in Hollywood. It’s a full-bodied, guttural sound that’s become an important supporting player in all of his projects. And new film Neighbors is no different.
Most of Zac Efron‘s publicized fight in downtown Los Angeles is still largely a mystery. Despite a favorable cover story in The Hollywood Reporter, which describes the 26-year-old actor as a young man who goes to bed at 9 p.m. each night, there are still many questions surrounding his scuffle with shank-yielding Skid Row “vagrants.” After last year’s reveal that he spent time in rehab for substance abuse, and because of his Disney pedigree, many prematurely grouped Efron in with other child star trainwrecks. So how do you come back from a major PR scandal?
In addition to rowdy parties and spot-on Robert DeNiro impressions, Neighbors is a film that does wondrous things for the world of bare chests. Stars Zac Efron, Seth Rogen and Dave Franco all go shirtless, making this an important movie for anyone who keeps meticulous record of male toplessness on film.
If you’re confused about how James Franco has the time to promote a new film (Neighbors) while starring on Broadway in Of Mice and Men, fear not. Those thick eyebrows and that wry smile belong to none other younger brother, Dave Franco. Yes, there are two! (Well, technically three.) Luckily there’s room for multiple Francos in our current pop culture universe. But which one deserves your undying love?
Zac Efron turns 26 today, so I think we can officially stop feeling like cougars for lusting after him. Particularly after seeing him lying horizontally and very nakedly on a toilet to pee in the trailer for That Awkward Moment that dropped earlier this week. And really, is it our fault that every time we look at him, we’d like to rip his shirt off and/or make out with him in the rain? No. It is clearly the fault of the movie marketing industry. Above, you will find cold hard (er, warm wet?) proof.