The former ‘high school musical’ star flew to South Australia for filming before strict restrictions were imposed following the outbreak of the corona virus.
AceShowbiz – Survival Thriller “GoldCorona virus victims of pandemic. Production is scheduled to begin in November Zac EfronFollowing the outbreak of COVID-19 in South Australia, Starring was forced to suspend film projects, and Adelaide was declared a hotspot for the deadly virus.
Zack flew from New South Wales to South Australia two weeks ago, News.com reported. The publication noted that the shooting of his original film Stan was taking place hours away from the city of Adelaide. The Daily Mail addedBaywatchOn Tuesday, November 17, the actor was seen with a film crew.
Schools, restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs and universities across the state were closed from midnight on Wednesday as the lockdown went into effect. Exercising outside is strictly prohibited. People are required to wear masks when going out in public. Zack and the film crew were forced into a six-day lockdown to prevent the virus from spreading.
Many former fans rejoicedHigh School Musical“The star is also locked in the state.” # The first day of the Adelaide lockdown. Not compatible, but upside down @ZacEfron is locked with us, so not all that bad. We got this Adelaide !! #COVIDSA #LockdownSA, “someone tweeted.
Fans rejoice that Zac Efron has been locked up in South Australia because of COVID-19.
“Gold” has teamed up with thriller director Anthony Hayes. It revolves around two strangers who stumble upon a giant gold nugget as they travel through the desert. The pair then instrumentalize a plan to find a pair of supplies and keep the others behind and protect their discovery.
“It’s an exciting, gripping and time-bound story about greed, humanity, who we are, what we’ve done to the world, and where we’re going if we don’t pay attention,” Hayes said of the film. “Having Zac Efron as my main man in this film is an absolute gift. Seeing what he’s already creating is like we have never seen from him before. I can not wait to pass on this bold, visceral, cinematic film to audiences around the world.”