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"His character tests through the roof, and the most common comment we hear is how much the audience loves seeing him in this new kind of role," says Peter Cramer, co-president of production at Universal Pictures.Insiders say Efron took a major pay cut to make the film in exchange for a heftier share of the back end (sources say he can get around $5 million a picture, but he often has cut his salary to do work that challenges him).
Before I knew it, he [the friend] was out of the car, and they started fighting.A self-described insomniac, he acknowledges wrestling with anxiety ("100 percent") and being plagued by "thoughts, just thoughts, just overthinking things." PHOTOS: Zac Efron Through The Years Currently single, he speaks of "the struggles of dating, of falling in love, of searching for love and being there for your friends when they need you.There's no question that to receive anything great, like love or respect, or to better yourself, you have to give a piece of yourself away." As he tries to change, he is living an ultrafit life, using weights and a rowing machine, and swimming 20 laps a day. Things are so much easier now." Still, he admits of his battle with addiction, "It's a never-ending struggle." .I saw that [the homeless man] was carrying some sort of a knife, or shank, and I got out of the car to disarm him.At some point, he dropped the knife, and I got hit pretty hard in the face -- and almost instantly the police were there to break up the fight." After that, the two friends went home.Since then, he has received a surge of offers based on strong word of mouth about his performance but has opted not to shoot anything.
He is trying to shed an unwanted skin, cleanse himself mentally and physically, purge a past that has come to haunt him.
And that responsibility, to some degree, involves being a role model.
At the same time, I'm a human being, and I've made a lot of mistakes.
I'm an actor, and I just wanted to tell you that I really love your work. "And I was like, ' Yes, I'm 100 percent serious.' And he goes, ' Aw, man, I just wanted to hate you.' And I'm like, ' Seth, I get it.
And thank you for everything you've done.' " Rogen looked up in shock. I don't even like myself at this point.' " Several years later, when Rogen was working with writers Andrew J.
"Most of us are nerdy comedy-writer guys, and he's not, so it was very helpful to have the voice of the other group.