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Zac Efron: I was drastically underprepared to play a dad



Zac Efron: I was drastically underprepared to play a dad

Hollywood star Zac Efron “didn`t know what he was doing” when he portrayed a father for the first time in upcoming sci-fi thriller `Firestarter`.

In the latest episode of `The Ellen DeGeneres show`, Efron told the host: “I didn`t think about it all that much.

“And then when we started filming the movie, I had a two-week quarantine  and when I got out of quarantine, we started filming that Monday, so it was a pretty quick intro to the film, and all of a sudden I had this daughter in front of me.

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“We had a pretty heavy dad-daughter scene right off the bat, and I realised I was drastically underprepared for this part. I didn`t know what I was doing.”

After shooting the movie, the `17 Again` star admitted he will not be looking to have kids anytime soon, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

He added: “I think that was a healthy dose to put me off for as long as necessary. I have a little bit more growing to do, probably.”

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The 2022 sci-fi thriller has been adapted from the 1984 film based on Stephen King`s 1980 novel of the same name, and originally starred David Keith as Andy and Drew Barrymore as Andy`s daughter Charlie McGee.

The movie, which follows the story of a young girl who tries to understand how she mysteriously gained the ability to set things afire with her mind, will be released on May 13.

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