In the first film Neighbors, Mac (Rogen) and Kelly Radner (Byrne) had to go up against a fraternity and their constant partying. Now a sorority has taken their place.
You would think that a girls sorority would be a piece of cake after dealing with the rowdy fraternity. Think again. Morgan (Moretz) is tired of the social norms that a sorority has to be prim and proper, so she creates her own sorority Kappa Nu, so they can take their partying to the next level. Luckily the Radner family have a secret weapon. Their enemy from ‘Neighbors’ Teddy (Efron) is back to try to take down Kappa Nu.
In this interview, Chlöe Grace Moretz talks about changing the mindset that women can’t party and have fun. Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen discuss why the girls are actually worse than the guys and why that’s ok. Zac Efron was happy to be back with the cast and expand on their characters.
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising releases May 20, 2016.