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Zac Efron is spotted with a film crew in Adelaide after the city is declared a coronavirus hotspot

Zac Efron is spotted with a film crew in Adelaide as production begins for his new movie Gold… a day after the city is declared a coronavirus hotspot

He arrived in South Australia last week ahead of filming the new Stan Original movie, Gold.

And on Tuesday, a heavily bearded Zac Efron was seen getting into a vehicle alongside film crew in Adelaide, just a day after the city was declared a coronavirus hotspot.

While the exact location of where Zac was heading is unknown, the 33-year-old appeared in high spirits as he spoke among crew in a parking lot.

Ready for filming! On Tuesday, a heavily bearded Zac Efron was seen getting into a vehicle in Adelaide – a day after the city was declared a coronavirus hotspot

The hunky High School Musical actor, 33, donned a black cap and oversized sunglasses for the occasion, as he attempted to go incognito in the Southern State.

He looked cool and casual in a white jumper with black stripes, and kept things simple with a pair of navy blue shorts. 

The popular Hollywood star appeared eager to start filming for the new thriller, Gold, which is set to be shot in the Australian outback.

Raring to go: While the exact location of where Zac was heading is unknown, the 33-year-old appeared in high spirits as he spoke to his film crew beside him

Raring to go: While the exact location of where Zac was heading is unknown, the 33-year-old appeared in high spirits as he spoke to his film crew beside him

Suave: The hunky High School Musical actor, 33, donned a black cap and oversized sunglasses for the occasion, as he attempted to go incognito in the Southern State

Suave: The hunky High School Musical actor, 33, donned a black cap and oversized sunglasses for the occasion, as he attempted to go incognito in the Southern State

When contacted by Daily Mail Australia about whether production will continue despite Adelaide’s recent COVID-19 outbreak, a Stan spokesperson confirmed: ‘production is scheduled to kick off as planned’.

Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania and the Northern Territory have all declared South Australia a coronavirus hotspot after a cluster of COVID-19 cases in Adelaide grew to 17, and have all slapped various quarantine measures on the state.

New South Wales – where Zac has been spotted frequently over the past few months with girlfriend Vanessa Valladares – has left its borders open to South Australia.

It's on! When contacted by Daily Mail Australia about whether production will continue despite Adelaide's recent COVID-19 outbreak, a Stan spokesperson confirmed: 'production is scheduled to kick off as planned'

It’s on! When contacted by Daily Mail Australia about whether production will continue despite Adelaide’s recent COVID-19 outbreak, a Stan spokesperson confirmed: ‘production is scheduled to kick off as planned’

The SA cluster was sparked by a worker at a quarantine hotel becoming infected and spreading it to other family members.

Meanwhile, Zac’s new movie ‘will follow two strangers travelling through a desert who stumble across the biggest gold nugget ever found’, reports Deadline.

Gold will be directed by Anthony Hayes, who co-wrote the script with Polly Smyth.

‘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,’ Anthony said.

‘I can’t wait to deliver this bold, visceral and cinematic film to audiences all around the world.’

New project: Zac's new movie 'will follow two strangers travelling through a desert who stumble across the biggest gold nugget ever found,' reports Deadline

New project: Zac’s new movie ‘will follow two strangers travelling through a desert who stumble across the biggest gold nugget ever found,’ reports Deadline

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