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Zac Efron is completely shredded for upcoming movie about pro wrestler Kevin Von Erich

Zac Efron Showed off his muscles on the set of the upcoming movie “The Iron Claw”.

The 35-year-old actor’s new physique was on display when he was set to portray retired pro wrestler Kevin Von Erich.

Efron was photographed Wearing only a blue towel while walking on the sets, he is looking more muscular. The actor also wore a cropped long wig for the role.

Zac Efron flaunts a new physique as he was seen on the sets of the upcoming film "Iron claw."

Zac Efron flaunts a new physique as he was spotted on the set of the upcoming film “The Iron Claw”.
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Zac Efron says his ‘Baywatch’ body was not sustainable, suffered from ‘bad depression’ during training

Zac Efron was completely unrecognizable after undergoing a dramatic body transformation as he prepared to film swimming sequences for the hotly-anticipated film, which all-starred including Harris Dickinson, Holt McColney, Jeremy Allen White and Maura Tierney. Artists were involved.

Zac Efron was completely unrecognizable after undergoing a dramatic body transformation as he prepared to film swimming sequences for the hotly-anticipated film, which all-starred including Harris Dickinson, Holt McColney, Jeremy Allen White and Maura Tierney. Artists were involved.
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“The Iron Claw” will tell the story of the von Erich family and its impact on the sport of wrestling.

Efron will be joined by Lily James, Harris Dickinson, Holt McCulney, Jeremy Allen White and Maura Tierney. Sean Durkin is writing and directing.

This isn’t the first time Efron has had to physically alter his body for a film role.

“High School Musical” Star He revealed that he never wanted to be the way he was in shape for “Baywatch” in a 2020 interview.

Zac Efron Admits He Never Wants To Get Into ‘Baywatch’ Shape: ‘It’s Just Stupid’

On the set of Zac Efron "Baywatch" in 2016.

Zac Efron on the set of “Baywatch” in 2016.
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Efron admitted, “It was a really important time to actually do Baywatch because I realized that when I was done with that movie, I never wanted to be in that good shape. Really. It It was very difficult.” “You’re dealing with room with almost no fuss, right? There are things like water under your skin that you’re worrying about, making your six-pack into a four-pack. It’s not like that… it’s just stupid.”

Efron also talked to Men’s Health about how “shaky” the body was.

“That ‘Baywatch’ look, I don’t know if it’s really attainable. There’s so little water in the skin,” he said. “Like, it’s fake, it looks CGI’d. And it requires Lasix, the powerful diuretic, to get it. So, I don’t need to. I like to have an extra, you know , two to three percent body fat.”

  Zac Efron is used to transforming his body for movie roles.  Maintained a consistent physique for the actor "Baywatch" in 2017.

Zac Efron is used to transforming his body for movie roles. The actor maintained a shaky physique for “Baywatch” in 2017.
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Efron told the outlet that he felt emptiness and was battling “bad depression” during that time. Intensive training “Baywatch” Necessary. Emerging from the 2020 pandemic, the actor felt he was ready to change the way he approached fitness.

“I started developing insomnia,” he added in the magazine’s October 2022 cover story. “I fell into a really bad depression for a long time. Something about that experience burned me out. I had a really hard time. After all, they made it up to taking too many diuretics for a very long time, And it messed something up UP.”

Later, Efron changed his eating and sleeping habits to feel healthier.

The actor also turned vegetarian for two years.

Zac Efron previously said he didn't want to stay in "Baywatch" re-size.

Zac Efron has previously said that he never wants to be in “Baywatch” shape.
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Fox News Digital’s Janelle Ashe contributed to this report.