Zac Efron & Taylor Schilling Premiere "The Lucky One" in Berlin
Showing some love to his German fans, Zac Efron was spotted doing a promotional appearance at “Good Morning Berlin” in Berlin this morning (April 25).
The former “High School Musical” star was literally mobbed with admirers as he signed autographs and posed for pictures outside the television studio.
In a recent interview, Zac gushed about working with the lovely Nicole Kidman on his forthcoming film “Paperboy.”
Efron explained, ''Nicole is so gorgeous. It was everything you dreamed of. She was such a lovely person. I pinched myself every day, especially after doing love scenes with Nicole Kidman. It was the highlight of my life.''
''Nicole was something else and was always in character. She didn't get weird method, like some actors do, but I have never seen anyone so centered.''
Making their mark in Berlin, Germany on Wednesday (April 25), Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling arrived on the red carpet to premiere their new film.
“The Lucky One” presentation was held at CineStar, and the 24-year-old actor looked oh-so-handsome in a sleek maroon suit while his co-star rocked out a gorgeous, high-necked mini black dress and strappy heels.
The red carpet effort comes just as the “HSM” hunk opened up to MTV UK about his views on women and relationships, stating, "I don’t think there is a perfect woman. I think that there’s a woman that’s right for you.”
"I don’t know what it is, I can’t really quantify to put it into words but I just know that there’s someone out there that you just click with and that's the moment that you know. Some people have felt it, some people haven’t yet - it’s sort of unexplainable,” Zac added.
Something that is explainable--Mr. Efron's kissing abilities. Or at least that's if you ask his "Lucky One" co-star, Taylor Schilling, who recently said she would "give him ten out of ten.”
Out to promote his latest film, Zac Efron was spotted walking into BBC Radio 1 Studios in London, England on Tuesday (April 24).
Holding his hand up to ward off the paparazzi, the "Paperboy" star eased into the UK radio studio in a long sleeved blue shirt, black jeans, and sunglasses while on-hand to talk about his role as a Marine in"The Lucky One".
The radio interview comes one day after the European premiere of the film and, at one point during the event, Zac credited luck for his career successes, saying, "I got into this in a very lucky way, but it wasn't the actor way, you know what I mean? I would call what I had very much a lucky break."
The young actor shot to stardom after landing a role in "High School Musical", and he's been trying to prove himself in the acting world ever since. "So, my goal over the past few years has been to take a step back, really learn about my craft, and prove to myself that it wasn't just a fluke, that I am here for a reason." he said.
Zac plays a Marine who travels to North Carolina after serving three tours in Iraq and searches for the unknown woman he believes was his good luck charm during the war in "The Lucky One".
While he admits it was a lot of work to get into character for the role, Efron also explained, "I was proud to have taken this role — it was a scary choice, I didn't know if I could play a Marine. Everyone you talk to would say I am wrong for this part, but you know, at the end of the day it was a challenge, and I am proud. I think I pulled it off."
Taking their new movie to London, Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling were spotted at the UK premiere of “The Lucky One” on Monday (April 23).
The “Charlie St. Cloud” hunk and his gorgeous co-star looked fabulous as they greeted the fans and press that gathered at the Bluebird ahead of the screening.
In a recent interview, Zac talked more about the harsh and in-depth training he underwent to prepare to play his part as a military soldier.
''It was pretty intense. I went thought sort of marine school, I did training and a lot of weight lifting to really look the part. I wanted to do the marines justice because these are real American heroes, this is a bit more sensitive than anything I've played before.''
''I went down to meet several marines with the directors, and really we were just given time to sit with them and ask them questions and find out as much as we could about what it's like to spend a day in the life of a marine. And it was incredibly insightful.''
Pictures of Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling at the UK premiere of "The Lucky One":
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