The film is an imaginative tale about a disgruntled writer who no longer believes in love, and the unavailable girl he finds himself falling in love with. As a means of coping with his loveless suffering, he begins living out the romantic tales of other writers, as well as penning his own love story.
Efron, who rose to stardom through the “High School Musical” films, has found himself transitioning to more mature roles in recent years including “Me And Orson Welles”, the upcoming Nicholas Sparks-penned film, “The Lucky One.” Efron is coming off the box-office smash “The Lorax”.
The film will be produced by McG, Mary Viola, Nicolas Chartier and Craig J. Flores.
Efron is repped by CAA.