Zac Efron Talks Kissing Michelle Pfeiffer
Fresh off of a big night on Hollywood's Grauman's Chinese Theatre red carpet, Zac Efron flew across the country as he arrived into JFK Airport in New York City on Tuesday evening (December 6).
Clad in a grey top, black jacket, grey trousers and shades, the former "High School Musical" star shuffled through the always-busy metro terminal while in the Big Apple to promote his new movie "New Year's Eve".
Having premiered the Garry Marshall-directed picture in Tinseltown the previous night, Zac chatted with press about his liplock with actress Michelle Pfeiffer in the film - which hits theaters this Friday (December 9).
Confessing that it wasn't the dreamiest of moments, the 24-year-old told, "Those things are best to do spontaneous. Have fun and be in the moment. I definitely thought about how it was going to go down. In my mind, the way I pictured it, it was going to be perfect, very romantic, very leading man.
"Then of course, as we went to film it, right when I went to dip her, a huge piece of confetti went straight into my mouth. I didn't want to finish the kiss like that, so I spit and went for it. That's actually in the movie," Zac continued.
His 53-year-old smooch partner, Miss Pfeiffer, added, "It wasn't very sexy, but it was cute."
While chatting about his latest big screen gig, Efron, who plays Paul in the rom-com, revealed his own goals for the New Year.
"My resolution is to just stop talking about going and doing things, all the adventures I want to have in life, and just really go and do them. I'm 24, I'm not getting any younger. I want to go climb all these mountains, I wanna hike the Appalachian Trail, I still haven't gone sky-diving - I promised myself that I'd go sky-diving when I was 18, and I still haven't done that," he told Flicks and Bits.
"I wanna check out China, India, there's all these things I wanna go do. So I'd say that's my resolution, just to go and get lost, do some Indiana Jones stuff."
No doubt one of this year's most highly anticipated films, a plethora of our favorite stars were drawn out for the Hollywood, CA premiere of "New Year's Eve" on Monday night (December 5).
Turning up at Grauman's Chinese Theatre along with Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer were their fellow cast members Lea Michele, Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl, Hilary Swank, Ludacris, Alyssa Milano, Josh Duhamel (accompanied by wife Fergie), Sofia Vergara, Abigail Breslin and Ryan Seacrest.
Also joining in on the "New Year's Eve" festivities were the guys, as Darren Criss, Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, Chris Colfer and Harry Shum Jr. all made appearances, as well as Christine Lakin, Joey McIntyre and Jake T. Austin.
Directed by Gary Marshall, the romantic comedy takes place in New York City and revolves around a group of people who intertwine on New Year's Eve, all the while tying in love, hope, forgiveness, second chances and fresh starts.
Marshall is famous for directing 2010's "Valentine's Day," which had a star-studded cast as well, with actors like Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba, Eric Dane, Jennifer Garner, Anne Hathaway and others partaking in the successful project.
Pictures of the stars at the world premiere of "New Year's Eve": PHOTO GALLERY
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