The movie, out Friday, is the feature directorial debut of Max Joseph, best known for co-hosting the "Catfish" series, which unmasks people who use fake online identities to deceive someone else, usually when it comes to online romances.
The director says he'd "absorb and observe what they're going through and they're hopes and dreams and aspirations and if they feel stuck or if they don't like who they are for whatever reason — bad decisions they made, what they look like, etc., etc."
The TV show's rough documentary style is also reflected in the film, which the director says "needed to feel gritty and have a lot of movement to it" so Efron didn't look too polished for the part.
Zac has been in a lot of big, glossy commercial films and also a lot of indie films as well," Joseph said, "but I don't feel like anyone's seen him in shots that are quasi-documentary and I think that that would allow people to accept him more as a real person, as opposed to Zac Efron, the handsome movie star.
Disney is letting no opportunity pass to tease what awaits fans in December withÂ Star Wars: The Force Awakens, including an update to a social media platform.
As part of Instagramâs new capability for widescreen video, the officialÂ Star WarsÂ Instagram account unveiled a new
This thriller starring Owen Wilson and Lake Bell as the heads of a family caught in the middle of a revolution abroad is a zombie movie in form and function. But here, the bloodthirsty hordes arenât undeadâtheyâre just citizens of an unidentified Asian nation who are given no depth or motivation