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Neighbors (2014)
A couple with a newborn baby face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house.
Role: Teddy Sanders
Release: May 9th, '14
Sites: IMDb | Official
The Associate (2015)
A Yale Law School student is coerced into taking a job with a prestige firm after he's given facts concerning a multi billion dollar case.
Role: Kyle McAvoy
Release: TBA
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Sorry, Spidey. A raunchy fraternity just threw a bong through your web. The No. 1 movie in the United States and Canada over the weekend was “Neighbors,” an R-rated comedy that rode strong reviews and a well-oiled marketing campaign to an astounding $51.1 million in ticket sales, trampling “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”

“Neighbors” (Universal Pictures), which cost just $18 million to make and had been expected take in roughly $35 million, likely benefited from pent-up demand for crude laughs. The major studios have not released an original R-rated comedy since last August. Starring Seth Rogan, Rose Byrne and Zac Effron and recalling the 1980s-era “Revenge of the Nerds” movies, “Neighbors” also exploited what has been an overlooked corner of studio filmmaking in recent years: the fraternity picture.

“Spider-Man” (Sony) fell a steep 59 percent in its second weekend, taking in an estimated $37.2 million, for a two-week domestic total of $147.9 million — by far the lowest 14-day North American total in the webslinger’s five-film history. The superhero has also typically repeated as No. 1 in its second weekend. “Spider-Man,” which cost at least $250 million to make, not including marketing, has now taken in about $550 million worldwide, a total Sony described as “exceeding our goals.” Third place went to “The Other Woman” (20th Century Fox), which generated $9.3 million in ticket sales, for a three-week total of $61.7 million.

Also of note: “Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return” (Clarius Entertainment), a poorly reviewed animated musical that cost a reported $70 million to make, bombed badly, taking in $3.7 million

Source: The New York Times








MAGAZINES & SCANS > THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
PHOTOSHOOTS > 087 – THE HOLLYWOORD REPORTER (2014)

The years since “High School Musical” have been hard on the former child star, replete with hits (“Hairspray”), misses (“Charlie St. Cloud”) and substance abuse. Now, with “Neighbors,” he’s working on his life as an adult: “I needed to learn everything I did.”

Zac Efron leans back, lost in thought.

“No matter who you are, you face challenges growing up,” he says. “You go with your things, you learn, you have to. It’s impossible to lead an honest and fulfilling life as a man and not make mistakes and ‘fess up to them when you need to. But it’s especially humiliating when they happen to be so public and so scrutinized.”

He pauses. “When you have success young, and you accept the good things, you have to accept all of it. You have to accept the moments of glory but also a great responsibility. And that responsibility, to some degree, involves being a role model. At the same time, I’m a human being, and I’ve made a lot of mistakes. I’ve learned from each one.”

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter







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