Zac and Darin take an eye-opening adventure across Australia, delving into its rich biodiversity and culture – and the efforts to protect both.
On Friday night, Zac visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Zac talks about winning an Emmy for his role in Down to Earth, responds to Marvel casting a “Zac Efron type” and shares the true story that inspired his movie The Greatest Beer Run Ever.
We sat down with Zac Efron and Ryan Kiera Armstrong to play a game of Snack Wars, where they were comparing UK and USA snacks. Zac had a hilarious reaction to Toxic Waste, it was revealed Ryan had never had a Twinkie before and they both couldn’t get enough of British snacks!
Zac’s episode on The Ellen Show airs today! You can find photos from his appearance and the interview clips below!
Last night, Zac visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! You can watch his interview below. Stills from his appearance will be added later to the gallery when I see them!
Update: Stills have now been added to the gallery!
Zac talks about traveling around the world for his Netflix show “Down to Earth with Zac Efron,” visiting Australia, catching crocodiles with a tribe in Papua New Guinea, his new movie Firestarter, playing a dad for the first time, and getting pranked at a UFC match in Vegas.
Interviews for Zac’s upcoming movie, Firestarter have been releasing! Check them out below. The film releases in theaters and streaming on Peacock on May 13!
Introducing Ralph, the new spokes-bunny of the global campaign to ban animal testing for cosmetics. #SaveRalph is a powerful stop-motion animation short film produced by Humane Society International, featuring an all-star multinational cast including Taika Waititi, Ricky Gervais, Zac Efron, Olivia Munn, Pom Klementieff, Rodrigo Santoro, Tricia Helfer and more. https://hsi.global/SaveRalph
Save Ralph is a powerful stop-motion animation short film featuring Oscar winner Taika Waititi as the voice of Ralph, who is being interviewed for a documentary as he goes through his daily routine as a “tester” in a lab.
HSI’s #SaveRalph campaign tackles the cruelty of animal testing in an original and unexpected way—using the story of one bunny to shine a light on the plight of countless rabbits and other animals in laboratories around the world.
While Ralph is animated, the miseries he endures in the short film are far from made up. As Spencer Susser, the director of Save Ralph, says, “It’s so important that Ralph feels real because he represents countless real animals who suffer every day.”
Susser, known for his film Hesher, is among a slate of powerhouse celebrities and influencers who collaborated with Humane Society International on the making of Save Ralph. In addition to Waititi as Ralph and Gervais as the interviewer, the film has Zac Efron as Bobby, Olivia Munn as Marshmallow, Pom Klementieff as Cinnamon and Tricia Helfer as Cottonballs.
Producer Jeff Vespa (Voices of Parkland) teamed up with the Arch Model studio of puppet maker supreme Andy Gent (Isle of Dogs, The Grand Budapest Hotel) on the production.