Zac Efron, Me And Orson Welles


They grow up so fast, don't they?

Looks like Zac Efron raided his professors' wardrobe in this shot from Me and Orson Welles, premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. Zac's a teen, see, who convinces Welles to cast him in his notorious 1937 Broadway production of Julius Caesar—which was a lot like High School Musical, except with overt antifascism metaphors and not as much dancing.

But our point: The kid cleans up nice, right? What do you think, is this something you'd see because of Zac or director Richard Linklater (School of Rock, Before Sunset)? Or because you love that sweater? Or not at all? Sound off in the comments.

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