First look at Zac Efron's impressive facial hair in new Apple movie

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First look at Zac Efron's impressive facial hair in new Apple movie

Filming has started on Zac Efron's upcoming movie The Greatest Beer Run Ever, and boy, are the first set images a sight to behold.

First announced back in March of this year, The Greatest Beer Run Ever – from Green Brook director Peter Farrelly – is based on John 'Chick' Donohue and JT Molloy's best-seller, The Greatest Beer Run Ever: A Memoir of Friendship, Loyalty and War.

According to Deadline, Efron will play co-author Donohue in the film, which tells the story of the epic journey of a man delivering beer to soldiers in the Vietnam War.

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Photo credit: Getty Images
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The brand-new images from Apple's The Greatest Beer Run Ever are exciting enough, but they're made all the more intriguing by Zac's impressive moustache.

We're not yet sure whether Zac's managed to grow the facial hair himself, or if it's the result of hair and wardrobe magic, but we're into it either way. It certainly puts our Movember attempt to shame, too.

Also starring Russell Crowe, The Greatest Beer Run Ever will adapt Donahue and Molloy's tale of Donohue leaving '60s New York to take beer to his childhood buddies in the Army.

Committing to the challenge, Donohue managed to reach Vietnam by first hitching a ride on a Merchant Marine ship, before carrying the beer through the jungle as he tried to track down his three friends.

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Related: Thor: Love and Thunder's Russell Crowe confirms his character

Elsewhere, Crowe – with impressive facial hair of his own – recently confirmed his role in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder.

During a recent radio interview, the actor dropped a long-suspected bombshell about his involvement in the sequel. "I'm going to get on my bicycle and ride up to Disney-Fox studios, and around 9.15, I shall be Zeus," he revealed.

"It's for Thor. It's my last day of Zeus-ing about and I'm going to enjoy it."

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