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Zac Efron & his ‘Iron Claw’ co-stars shaved their (entire) bodies together and “it was incredible”

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The Iron Claw, stars Zac Efron, Jeremy Allen White, and Harris Dickinson have had an iron grip on our throats—and it looks like they’re not letting up any time soon.Not to be outdone by Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan’s Saltburn bromance, or Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott’s electric chemistry on the promo trail for All Of Us Strangers, the boys of The Iron Claw are—perhaps intentionally—ramping up the homoeroticism in anticipation of their new movie.This week, at a reception for the film in Hollywood, Variety‘s Marc Malkin got some behind-the-scenes tea from the trio that has our head’s spinning.By now, we’ve heard a lot about how Efron, White, and Dickinson had to seriously bulk up to play the Von Erichs, brothers who dominated the wrestling scene in the ’80s before their stories turned tragic.But there was one other crucial step for them to get into character: the full body shave—and it sounds like the co-stars were more than happy to help each other out with that!“Our bodies had to be completely shaved,” White recalls of the cast’s first wardrobe fittings and camera tests. “We were strangers at the time.

Now I know them and love them, but at the time, it was like, ‘Hi, nice to meet you and yes, they’re shaving off all of our body hair.’”“They shaved everything,” Dickinson adds, sending the mind wandering.

White describes the group shave experience as “incredible,” which we don’t doubt! Seriously, what’s better than getting three buff dudes together and lathering each other up in shaving cream?

Just bros being bros!‘The Iron Claw’ star has us feeling the rush with these very thirsty photosFrom Martha Marcy May Marlene director Sean Durkin, The Iron Claw has been praised as a tender and harrowing tribute to the Von Erichs, one that’s not afraid to depict their highest of eyes and lowest of lows, leaving it all on the screen.And we do mean all.

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