Forget all those screaming teenage girls – Zac Efron just might have his biggest fan in Tom Cruise.
In the September issue of Details magazine, Efron, 22, recalls an incident in which Cruise, 48, flagged him down in the lobby of the CAA talent agency and invited him to hang out.
"You ride motorcycles?" Cruise asked. When the “Charlie St. Cloud” star admitted that he didn’t, the "Top Gun" actor replied, “You wanna learn how?”
Zac Efron is so adorable that he can make a visit to a strip club seem precious.
The baby-faced “Charlie St. Cloud” star appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and the host wasted no time diving right into the New York Post report that Efron and his “High School” musical co-star Corbin Bleu had visited a strip club together.
Efron, 22, said he’s legal and admitted that he had been to the club. “I’ve heard a lot about these places, mostly from rap music,” Efron said. “They are supposed to be pretty reputable, right?”
Five years after they fell in love on set, the romance between “High School Musical” stars Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens is still going strong.
Though the two were relatively unknown at the time, their careers have since skyrocketed, and Efron says that Hudgens has helped him cope with life in the limelight.
“[The relationship] has helped me through quite a bit,” the 22-year-old told InStyle in the magazine's August issue. “There are myriad distractions to fall into in this business. To have someone to share with and to relate to is a very valuable gift.”
It was a good week for Hollywood's 25-and-under crowd.
Zac Efron - who made another baby step towards becoming a star adults can (openly) embrace in “Me and Orson Welles” last November - has got a new gig, and it has absolutely nothing to do with high schools or musicals.
Efron has signed on to not only star in but also produce a remake of “Snabba Cash," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
We in the media continue to gorge ourselves on year and decade end lists of the best and the worst of just about everything. Interview magazine joined the fray this week with their picks for the 20 most beautiful people of the past decade.
Among the pretty picks are Zac Efron, Colin Farrell, Chace Crawford and Natalie Portman.
Ashley Greene and Robert Pattinson both made the list, though Kristen Stewart was noticeably absent (pouting isn't cute?). FULL POST
Zac Efron joins the cast of "Me and Orson Welles," Maroon Five is going back to school and country singers Brad Paisley and Keith Urban were left off a list of CMA nominations. CNN's Jennifer Wolfe has more on these tidbits in today's buzz:
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