Neighbors Director Nicholas Stroller Says "We're All Bisexual"
By Stacy Lambe
It's easy to get lost in Zac Efron's eyes—according to film director, Nicholas Stroller. When discussing his new movie, Neighbors—in theaters now—the director admits that Efron's charms were not lost on him.
"I've worked with a lot of pretty people," Stoller tells Vulture. "And he's one of the few people I've worked with where I would go up to him and give him a note and I would get so lost in his eyes that I would forget the note I was going to give him. He's just so good-looking that it's kind of intense."
Damn. Those are some intense eyes. And getting lost in them even had an impact on even straightest men on set, including Stroller, who has a wife and daughter.
"I mean, come on: At the end of the day, we're all bisexual," says Stoller. "A hundred years from now, there's not gonna be gay or straight. There's gonna be everything."
Hear, hear! Thanks to Efron, everyone's a little bit gay.