Gold FIRST LOOK: Zac Efron plays a drifter who stumbles across a gold nugget in the Australian outback in a trailer for Stan’s latest original film
The trailer for Zac Efron’s upcoming Stan Original Film, Gold, has been released.
In the preview for the highly anticipated movie, the Hollywood star plays a drifter who stumbles across a huge gold nugget while exploring the Australian outback.
Zac’s character and another drifter hatch a plan to protect and excavate their bounty with one man leaving to secure the necessary equipment.
Gold FIRST LOOK: Zac Efron plays a drifter who stumbles across a gold nugget while exploring the outback… as the trailer for Stan’s new film is released
Zac remains and endures the harsh desert climate, preying wolves and intruders, while battling the creeping doubt that he has been abandoned to his own fate.
The highly-anticipated film is set to premiere on Australia Day, 26 January 2022.
The movie was filmed in the South Australian outback last year.
Storyline: In the preview for the highly-anticipated film, the Hollywood star stumbles across a huge gold nugget while exploring the outback
Production was halted at the end of November, after Adelaide was declared a coronavirus hotspot, but resumed once the lockdown was lifted.
According to Inside Film, Zac took over the lead role from Sam Worthington, who was originally slated to star in the movie.
The film will also feature Australian actors Susie Porter and Anthony Hayes.
Film: Zac and another drifter hatch a plan to protect and excavate their bounty with one man leaving to secure the necessary equipment
Anthony, who is also directing the film, recently said of Zac’s casting: ‘To have Zac Efron as my main man on this film is an absolute gift, and to see what he is creating already is like nothing we’ve seen from him before.
‘I can’t wait to deliver this bold, visceral and cinematic film to audiences all around the world.’
Watch the Stan Original film Gold, exclusively on Stan.
Coming soon: The highly-anticipated film is set to premiere on Australia Day, 26 January 2022