Out in limited release this month, this indie drama features Zac in a supporting role opposite Nicole Kidman. (Insert obligatory mention here of the fact that his performance involved getting peed-on.)
“At Any Price”
We don’t know much about this one (it’s not out until 2013), but Zac stars as Dennis Quaid’s son, so…yeah.
“This Is Where I Leave You”
Zac joins a stellar ensemble cast, including Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman and Leslie Mann in this dramedy about a group of siblings reluctantly sitting shiva.
“Are We Officially Dating?”
A rom-com about a trio of New York men who meet their soul mates mere days after vowing to remain single, this film features Zac in a headline role.
And, finally, there’s “Townies”: a comedy directed by the brilliant Nicholas Stoller
(“The Muppets,” “The Five Year Engagement”). Featuring Zac as a villainous frat boy who delights in tormenting co-star Seth Rogen, this film offers a chance for him to show off his impeccable comic skills—and it’s right at the top of our most-anticipated list of his performances this year.
Which of Zac’s upcoming projects are you most psyched to see? Leave your birthday wishes for him in the comments section!