Zac Efron And Seth Rogan: ‘Neighbors’ Stars Go ‘Ew!’ On ‘The Tonight Show’ Starring Jimmy Fallon

Zac Efron has a lot going on for this week. With Neighbors releasing at the box office this coming Friday, Zac Efron made an appearance on The Tonight Show along with co-star, Seth Rogan. It would be epic as they dragged it up all for the entertainment of The Tonight Show attendance as well as the many who watch The Tonight Show in their homes.

The video starts out with Jimmy Fallon dragged up as “she” talk about things that make her go “ewwww”. Soon Seth Rogan joins in. But it is when Zac Efron appears that the skit got the biggest pop. Maybe it’s because the Neighbors co-star is not known for comedy. Maybe there is something interesting about watching Zac Efron dress in drag, especially for a large crowd on The Tonight Show. Or maybe there is something about Zac Efron playing with his wig hair. Whatever it is, it was epic.

Zac Efron and Seth Rogan probably made their appearances to promote their upcoming movie, Neighbors. Neighbors is about a regular family and their daughter, in which the father is played by Rogan, who have their world turned upside down when a fraternity moves in next door, who is led by the character played by Zac Efron. Neighbors also had a “red band” trailer showing off some of the best parts of the movie. I honestly hope that the trailer did not show ALL of Neighbors‘ good parts.

In related Neighbors news, The Inquisitr has an exclusive interview with Christopher Mintz-Plasse, who also plays a role in Neighbors too, which is seen in the Neighbors “red band” trailer. He gives insight on working with Rogan and Zac Efron on the Neighbors movie set, and provides answers to the questions everyone is asking about the movie, as well as his upcoming projects. Besides starring in Neighbors, he is also voicing Fishlegs in How To Train Your Dragon 2. He is also known for being McLovin and the Motherf**ker.

Neighbors will release at the box office on May 7th while The Tonight Show airs on NBC on weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST.

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