Nicole Kidman and Joey King look panicked as they holds hands while SURROUNDED by rabid Zac Efron fans… but it is all for their film The Family Affair
Nicole Kidman and Joey King had an unpleasant run-in with rabid Zac Efron Stans.
But it was all for their upcoming Netflix romcom.
The 55-year-old Australian A-lister held hands with the 23-year-old rising American actress as they walked through a crowd of extras who held up signs featuring a photo of the face of the 34-year-old actor.
Chaos: Nicole Kidman and Joey King looked panicked as they walked through a crowd who were holding up signs featuring the face of Zac Efron on the Atlanta set of their upcoming film The Family Affair in Atlanta on Wednesday
The trio of talented stars were on the Atlanta set of their upcoming film The Family Affair in Atlanta on Wednesday.
The premise of the film is that King’s character Zara is the assistant to super mega movie star, Chris Cole (Efron), who is described as a ‘demanding and womanizing narcissist.
Working with Chris begins to take a toll on Zara as she proceeds to quit her job on impulse only to find that her widowed mother (Kidman) had begin a romance with the celebrity playboy.
Stylish: The 55-year-old Eyes Wide Shut actress looked casual cool in a navy blue robe coat over a white top, blue jeans, and black leather loafers
No doubt Kidman and King were filming a scene where the affair has went public.
The Eyes Wide Shut actress looked casual cool in a navy blue robe coat over a white top, blue jeans, and black leather loafers.
Her blonde locks were put in a messy updo as she accentuated her porcelain skin with complementary make-up contrasted by a swipe of red lip.
King was dressed for comfort in a grey and black flannel over a zip-up hoodie, red T-shirt, blue jeans, and white Nike low-top sneakers.
Hunk: Efron, 34, was also seen on set wearing a grey T-Shirt with a baseball cap and matching protective face mask
Her brunette tresses were worn down as she also donned red lipstick.
Efron was also seen on set wearing a grey T-Shirt with a baseball cap and matching protective face mask.
The film will be directed by Richard LaGrevenese, famous for writing the 1991 Robin Williams classic The Fisher King.