Zac Efron is about to shake his squeaky clean image with a new big screen venture about the world of drug running.


According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zac will star and produce in the remake of the Swedish film “Snabba Cash,” which was a big hit across the Atlantic earlier this year.


The movie follows a series of interconnected storylines about crime and drugs, where Zac will play a young man hoping to get rich quick by taking the job as a runner for a cocaine dealer.


The movie is based on the novel by Jens Lapidus.

影片由Jens Lapidus的小说改编而成。

The “High School Musical” star was last seen in “Me and Orson Welles,” which earned Zac praise from critics but failed to connect with audiences at the box office. The movie earned just over $1 million domestically.