Zac Efron and his brother and Dylan are traversing the globe for Zac’s Netflix series, Down to Earth. The duo’s latest adventures are taking place in Tasmania, an island state in Australia.
Zac, 32, and Dylan, 29, are making fans go crazy with their latest video. The brothers recently went bungee jumping, and both of them posted videos of their adventure on Monday from a high platform over a river while interlocking arms.
The heartthrob brothers took the plunge shirtless, showing off their chiseled abs. As they take the plunge, the attached camera shows them screaming while freefalling above water. “I can’t tell who’s screaming, him or me,” Zac captioned his video, adding, “#brothersday.” “The hat floats,” wrote, referring to Zac’s cap that flies off almost as soon as the brothers make the jump.
As soon as the video came out the comment section went on fire. “This made my day!” one fan wrote while another exclaimed, “Abs!!!” and a third one called the moment “Efron harmony.” Apart from fans, actor Ryan Rottman commented on Zac’s post, “Not sure that many abs are allowed in one photo.,“ and “All I can see is abs,” said “Little Fires Everywhere” star Geoff Stults in the comments of Dylan’s post.
After surviving the initial plunge, Zac pulls his brother in for a kiss on the cheek.
While in Tasmania, the Efron brothers have also visited the Museum of Old And New Art (Mona) in the state capital of Hobart. “Coolest museum i’ve been to hands down!” Dylan commented on one of Zac’s photos from the museum visit. “Highlight of the trip.”
Netflix’s Down to Earth with Zac Efron
Zac Efron’s Down to Earth became one of the bigger hits of 2020 on Netflix. The first season included the actor’s trips to Iceland, France, Costa Rica, London, and more where Efron soaked in a spa, joined Anna Kendrick for a lesson in H2O, visited a wildlife refuge, and checked out pollution-reduction efforts.
The second season is expected to premiere sometime in 2022, for which Zac Efron travels around Australia with wellness expert Darin Olien in search of healthy, sustainable ways to live. “We need to start rethinking how we consume everything, from our food to our power,” he says in a voiceover on the show. “Change has to start somewhere. Maybe it’s time we all change.”
The actor has been sharing behind-the-scenes videos on his new journey that is already creating excitement among fans. In March, Efron posted a video on his Instagram page swimming up close and personal with dolphins in the land down under.
Apart from filming Down to Earth, Zac Efron is keeping busy with other project too. As per reports last year, he would be starring in new movie, Gold, alongside Aussie actor Anthony Hayes. He will also be attached to a remake of Stephen King’s Firestarter and make his return to Disney to star in a remake of Three Men and a Baby on Disney+.