ZAC Efron and Alexandra Daddario scotched rumours that they are an item ahead of the Australian premiere of Baywatch in Sydney.
The High School Musical actor and San Andreas star sparked speculation they had embarked on a romance when Alexandra shared a photograph of Zac kissing her on the cheek backstage at the MTV Movie & TV Awards earlier this month (May17).
"As far as I know, she hasn't said yes", said Efron, who plays a disgraced Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer in the tongue-in-cheek reboot of the popular '90s television series.
Alexandra added that she understands how the speculation has surfaced due to their onscreen love story in the reboot of the popular '90s TV show.
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The Cannes Film Festival runs through May 28, when the Palme d'Or victor and other awards will be announced. Speaking about his two children, he added: "In my home, Netflix has been nothing but an absolute benefit".
She said it "makes sense because we are love interests in the movie" before cheekily pointing to her co-star and saying,"But this is a lot for me to handle".
Filming on the new movie is scheduled to begin in October.
"It's all for the character, to achieve an aesthetic and a look". Whispers and speculations revealed that the "Baywatch" stars are looking more and more like a couple, and now Vanessa Hudgens' ex is finally setting the records straight about the status of his relationship with his new co-star. "We couldn't be more excited to see him in this fantastic role", Chartier said.
Do you think Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario are dating? This two will definitely get together.
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