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Threesome for Film: Robert Pattinson Teams With Zac Efron and Justin Timberlake?
January 30, 2009, 10:44 pm
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Please Rob… don’t! Your too good to work with Zac … lol

This would be a very hot threesome for a film and would deliver huge numbers for young girls. They would flock to see vampire hottie Robert Pattinson with anyone but if you add High School Musical hunk Zac Efron and singer and actor Justin Timberlake you have pretty much covered all of your bases. First it was the Pattinson and Vanessa Hudgens rumors, now he will work with Zac?

Threesome for Film: Robert Pattinson Teams With Zac Efron, JT? (Image: WENN)

According to an item from Hollyscoop that cites a report from Star this week the film will involve the drama behind the 1970 murders of anti-Vietnam War protesters at Kent State University. The report notes that the film is titled Ohio.

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The magazine cites insiders that basically say that all the fellas are jealous of Rob Pattinson and his stratospheric rise to fame. Now the battle is behind the scenes to see what actor will land the big role. The whole story seems almost a stretch.

After watching Efron is his film roles, it would be interesting to see his I something like this, but it seems like a stretch. Justin Timberlake is a huge leap as well for almost any serious role. Pattinson was quite good in Twilight, and he is the only one I can see in a film such as the one described.

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