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Zac Efron going for 'Easy Money'
You've seen him dance, you've seen him sing and you've seen him play basketball, but are you ready for Zac Efron as a drug dealer? The rapidly growing tween star is looking to breakout from his comedy and kiddie roots with an American remake of the Swedish hit "Snabba Cash" ("Easy Money" in English). The thriller would find Efron as a young man who becomes a runner for a coke dealer.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, numerous studios tried to land the project, but Warner Bros. teamed up with Efron's new production outfit to acquire the remake rights this past week. How quickly it makes it to the big screen will depend on how fast a solid screenplay and director can come on board the project.
Efron returns to theaters this October in the drama "Charlie St. Cloud."