THE MAGIC TOUCH
With Zac Efron’s new film Neighbors officially out in theaters, it may be a good while before we’re inundated again with shirtless photos, blowjob stories and discussions about Zac Efron’s giant, circumcised penis. Let’s take this moment to revel in one more homoerotic tale from the set of the frat boy comedy everybody’s dying to see this weekend.
Speaking with Jimy Fallon on The Tonight Show Thursday, an unfortunately clothed and foul-mouthed Efron revealed that he almost broke his hand trying to fondle Dave Franco’s balls:
“I grabbed his balls, really hard, and he grabbed mine…and I don’t know what it is, man. Those Franco brothers just have balls of steel. I did legitimately break my hand.”
One can only hope Zac was shirtless when it happened — he said earlier in the interview that Seth Rogen often made him remove his shirt for no reason at all.
Watch a clip from the interview below:
@scotshot: “The market decides” is the biggest BS excuse for everything always trotted out to defend small-mindedness, ironically, those who like to call themselves champions of personal responsibility.
The market doesn’t decide, people do. Hollywood sets trends and influences taste, it doesn’t just respond to them. The suggestion otherwise is hogwash. To the extend that Hollywood chooses not to move public opinion on gay stereotypes, people are responsible not invisible forces.
@ChgoReason: @ChgoReason: There is a market for porn, as demonstrated by purchasing power — why aren’t Hollywood movies pornographic? The idea that Hollywood execs are just responding to purchasing power is ridiculous — I worked at Warner Brothers for a time. They have their own tastes, fears, and prejudices and that influences what gets made and who gets to appear in them.
You underestimate the influence of cultural product on trends, tastes, conditioning, and societal evolution. You should read up on all of the above, then you might be able to understand complex ideas.
@scotshot: And I’d explain to you why apathy towards under representation accomplishes nothing and is thus irrelevant, but why bother? I’ll suggest you take your own advice: not every comment is going to be to your liking, so if you don’t like it, then by your logic, type something else into your address bar. The discussion here is rational; you’re the only one melodramatically sqwaking about hissy fits and screaming matches in a (failed) attempt to shutdown discourse you don’t want to heart. But that’s your own personal problem.
@Cam: Nail, meet head.