The three stars, along with Olivia Munn, Kristen Bell, Naya Rivera and Andrew Garfield, team up in a new public service campaign called 'Change The Odds', in support of Stand Up To Cancer.
"High School Musical" on/off camera lovers Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron as well as "Twilight" saga star Dakota Fanning have joined forces in a new public service campaign called "Change The Odds", in support of Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C). The brand-new PSA is part of star-studded event on September 10 SU2C promotion.
In the more-than-one minute clip, Hudgens is seen scoring a perfect bowling game with narrator saying that the chance is 1 out of 11,500, while Efron gets trapped in an elevator with a number of girls excitingly looking at him. The chance of the incident happened is 1 out of 24,528. Fanning, in the meantime, catches a pop fly at a major league game with a chance 1 out of 563. And the PSA emphasizes that one in two men and one in three women will be stricken with cancer.
The "Change The Odds" does not only feature Hudgens, Efron and Fanning but also other big stars including "Iron Man 2" star Olivia Munn, "Heroes" actress Kristen Bell, "Glee" 's Naya Rivera and the next Peter Parker in upcoming "Spider-Man" movie, Andrew Garfield. The PSA is co-directed by "500 Days of Summer" helmer Marc Webb and music video director Rich Lee.
SU2C: "Change The Odds" PSA: