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Zac Efron talks Bad Neighbours

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After starting his career as a Disney heartthrob, Zac Efron is now making the move into films for people who don't wear Hello Kitty bracelets.

He's already centred lurid thriller The Paperboy and bros before hoes comedy That Awkward Moment and now he's starring alongside Seth Rogen in an early contender for funniest film of the year, Bad Neighbours.

We had a chance to sit down with Efron for the release and inbetween him, ahem, being a tad tight-lipped, he also talked about having a crush on Rogen, his crazy fanbase and whether he's a fan of legendary Aussie soap Neighbours.

Bad Neighbours hits cinemas on Saturday

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