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    Shirtless Zac Efron Is the Naughty Frat Boy Next Door in Latest Neighbors Trailer—Watch Now!

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    Zac Efron would be a really a noisy neighbor, but we'll take it.

    The handsome hunk gets naughty (no, not like that) in the latest trailer for his film Neighbors, when he shows what a vengeful frat boy can do to give the ultimate payback to his next door pals (played by Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen) after they break a very important rule: Don't call the cops.

    Yeah, what a buzzkill, but they have a newborn baby, you guys! And Teddy (Efron) and all his fraternity brothers don't throw regular house parties, they throw bangers (not to be confused with Miley Cyrus' latest album).

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    Zac Efron, Neighbors
    Zac Efron, Neighbors Universal Pictures

    So, after dropping their attempt to seem cool and getting the police involved, the Radners (Byrne and Rogen) get thrown into a whirlwind of pranks, from airbag seat cushions to finding their baby girl playing with a condom (so wrong).

    But don't think Kelly and Mac Radner are about to just take such horseplay. They're fighting back!

    And of course, what would a movie with the 25-year-old Hollywood hunk be without serving up something to his female fans, in this case showing off his sexy six pack as he grills some hot dogs during a backyard bash. 

    Neighbors, formerly titled Townies, is directed by Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and costars Christopher Mintz-Plasse, aka McLovin from Superbad, James Franco's younger brother, Dave Franco and Friends actress Lisa Kudrow.

    It's slated to hit theaters on May 9, 2014.

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