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    [finding] sharks in the area. Zac is such a daredevil that I developed this phobia he was going to get himself killed before we finished the movie. One day we did some cliff jumping and started out small, but by the end of it I was like, ‘Zac, don’t jump off that! Please!’”

    As well as his cliff-jumping prowess, Efron, says Kendrick, is one of the
    good ones. “Adam’s the funny guy. Zac is the sincere guy. Sincere, kind, helpful, generous – and then just so good at being an idiot on screen.” It’s a ringing endorsement, so when the actress laments the inability to be honest about everyone she works with, we can
    be confident Efron isn’t who she has in mind. “I’m surprised I don’t have blisters on my tongue!” she says of keeping counsel while on promo circuits. “Some people have a funny reputation, and they are so lovely that I want to shake people and go, ‘No, he’s one of the good ones!’ Then there are the ones who have these stellar reputations and I’m like, ‘That is an a**hole of the highest order!’ But I cannot say it.”

    Another ex-co-star [The Voices, 2014] on the “lovely” list is Ryan Reynolds. “Ryan is one of the most authentic people I’ve worked with;
    I can’t think of a person more deserving of a hit like [Deadpool]. He worked for so many years to
    get that film made because it’s a character that was inside of him.”

    Would she take on the spandex suit that goes hand-in-hand with superhero status? “My brother sent me a Squirrel Girl comic because he thinks I should [play her]. I
    don’t know what Squirrel Girl does other than be half squirrel, but I could be half squirrel!” Of course she could. Anna Kendrick can do anything she wants.
    Mike and Dave... is out July 8

    “There are [actors] with these Stellar Reputations and I’m like, ‘That is an a**hole of the Highest order!’”


    Art direction: Gemma Stark. Hair: Peter Gray at The Home Agency. Makeup: Sara Glick. Nails: Casey Herman
    at The Wall Group. Set design: Bette Adams at Mary Howard Studio. Production: Wanted Media

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