Zac Efron

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Nicholas Sparks has done it again. He's created a tear-jerking, over-the-top love saga featuring T-town's dreamboat du jour. And when it comes to Sparks' latest, The Lucky One, we left the theater feeling pretty lucky that this flick's pretty boy was none other than Zac Efron.

And even luckier for us—the movie took place in hot, hot Louisiana, which meant that there were plenty of opportunities for the always ab-tastic Zac to take off his shirt!

But surely Zac is good for more than just a striptease, right?

Well, it's safe to say Zac's High School Musical days are far behind him—he's graduated to much more mature movies (The Lucky One being one). He plays Logan Thibault, a Marine who, after his third tour in Iraq, finds himself down South in search of a stranger (Taylor Schilling) whose picture brought him luck in the war. 

But, of course, this is a Nicholas Sparks story we're talking about. And good Ol' Nick knows how to get those sparks flying. So needless to say, there were a few hot and heavy scenes with Zac and Taylor—which reminded us just how great Zac is at taking his top right off.

Not to mention, he's pretty good at taking other people's clothes off, too! 

And this isn't the first time Zac's body has been the memorable part of his movies. Remember the Sparks-esque Charlie St. Cloud—where a buff Zac played baseball with his dead little brother? Uh, call us crazy, but that totally seemed more like homage to his killer triceps than anything else!

Of course, we're not complaining about Zacky's bangin' bod or flawless face, we just can't help but think that it's his scenes sans clothes that make his movies most memorable. So we have to wonder: If the dude is going to graduate to the heavier stuff, should he start leaving some clothes on? 

Awful's Ogling Efron Poll!
Should Zac Efron cover up to be taken more seriously?
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