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Zac Efron tested Aubrey Plaza's fitness on set of new movie

Published 08/07/2016

Aubrey Plaza
Aubrey Plaza

Aubrey Plaza struggled to keep up with "adventure bunny" Zac Efron on the set of their new movie Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.

Zac Efron made Aubrey Plaza do “horrible squats” while they filmed Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.

The funny flick, which stars Zac, Aubrey, Anna Kendrick and Adam Devine, hits cinemas from July (16) and tells the story of two brothers placing an ad online to find dates for a wedding.

Buff actor Zac has always sported a great body, but is more beefed up than ever right now thanks to his role in the upcoming movie adaptation of hit TV series Baywatch. And on the set of his flick with Aubrey, Zac tried to rally his co-stars to get more into fitness.

“He would make me do horrible squats on the beach and encourage us to go on crazy hikes, or shark diving, or jump off rocks into waterfalls,” Aubrey groaned to Britain’s Elle magazine. “He’s an adventure bunny.”

Aubrey also has a great figure, which she recently showed off in a stunning Lela Rose dress at the 2016 NALIP Latino Media Awards. The green gown featured a sheer and sequined top half, which merged into a khaki coloured skirt section.

Despite her killer curves the 32-year-old actress is happy to tuck into good food, and recently indulged on a trip to Italy. Aubrey was in the European country filming new movie The Little House with her Parks and Recreation colleague Nick Offerman, with another of their co-stars sharing his top dining tips.

“Aziz (Ansari) loves pasta so much he moved to Italy to learn how to make it with the best tortellini maker in the world,” she smiled. “He hooked me up with some awesome restaurant recommendations.”

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