In “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” the problem isn’t wild frat boys — it’s even wilder sorority girls! And the girls gone wild are so out of control, that Seth Rogen enlists Zac Efron and his abs to calm ’em down — as if that would work!
Chloë Grace Moretz wants to join Selena Gomez’s sorority in “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” ’til she learns the rules…
So, she starts her own sorority — Kappa Nu.
Chloë Grace Moretz: “There isn’t a difference between men and women partying — it’s just the ramification societally and the actual Greek laws.”
They rent the same house former frat boy Zac Efron ran in the first “Neighbors,” which is a big problem for Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne who are trying to sell their place next door.
In the sequel, the girls seem even wilder than the boys…
Rose Byrne: “They are in this case.”
Seth Rogen: “In this one, in ‘this’ case…”
Rose Byrne: “They are.”
Seth Rogen: “In this particular instance without generalizing, they are…”
Rose Byrne: “Much wilder.”
So the neighbors hire Zac’s “Teddy” to help shut it down.
Zac Efron: “They push Teddy to his limit and he has to try and control them.”
So, naturally he takes off his shirt. Seth showed his six pack, too.”
And the ladies admitted it that Zac’s abs really do do the trick.
Chloë Grace Moretz: “He gets asked that question every day. Just like, ‘How was it to be around Zac’s abs?’ ‘What do Zac’s abs feel like?'”
Beanie Feldstein: “The crazy thing is he’s more objectified as a man than we are in the movie, which is kind of crazy.”
Chloë Grace Moretz: “It’s very funny.”
Kiersey Clemons: “I don’t know what objectified means, but I will wash my clothes on his abs.”
“Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” hits theaters May 20.
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