From a new movie role to a possible career on Broadway, Zac Efron recently sat with Time magazine and answered a series of fan-submitted questions.
As he tries to wrestle the spotlight away from fellow young stud Robert Pattinson, here's what Efron had to say on a number of topics...
On new movie Me and Orson Welles: It's sort of a coming-of-age story for my character, but it's also a week in the life of Orson Welles, this amazing American icon. There are a lot of tough people in Hollywood, but there's no one quite like Orson. He was a genius and should forever be remembered like that.
On choosing roles: I've never really had any strategy at all. I don't really work that way. I know that when I see a role and it speaks to me, I'm drawn to it and I have to go that direction.
On starring on Broadway: I've always wanted to. Finding that right role is a challenge. I wouldn't want to just do it to do it. I would want to make sure it's something special.
On his iconic hair: I've never told anyone this before. This is a hair scoop. Shower before you go to bed, and then sleep on your wet hair. Towel-dry it. In the morning, it's all messed up naturally.
On sex with Vanessa Hudgens: It's awesome!
Okay, we made that last one up.