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After learning that she was reported having 'steamy sex affair' with the 'High School Musical' actor, Nicki writes on Twitter, 'Who exactly is Zac Efron tho?'
A healthy-looking Efron flashes smiles to the camera as he poses against the backdrops of the country's historic ancient ruins.
Zac allegedly tried getting professional help to cure his addiction in March and he enrolled in another rehab stint after filming 'Neighbors'.
Some suggest the former 'High School Musical' star was seeking help for alcohol problem, but one report claims he was battling cocaine addiction.
The comedy from director Nick Stoller also stars Rose Byrne as Rogen's wife, who also becomes the victim of Efron's pranks.
The Tom Hanks-produced movie, directed and written by Peter Landesman, recounts the aftermath of the former Commander-in-Chief's infamous assassination in 1963.
The Tom Hanks-produced movie, directed and written by Peter Landesman, is slated to hit theaters on September 20.
The 'Only God Forgives' actor is reportedly expected to be Luke Skywalker's son, while the former Disney star might be Han Solo's.
The 'High School Musical' star watches the comedians who co-star in 'Pineapple Express' ditching their trousers while presenting an award for Best Shirtless Performance at 2013 MTV Movie Awards.
The 'High School Musical' actor has a heavily-bandaged arm on the set of his new film 'Townies' in Los Angeles.
Sam and Dean deal with Nazi Necromancers and a Golem when investigating the death of Rabbi Bass.
The R'n'B diva appears in a creative promotional photo for her forthcoming Super Bowl halftime show performance.
The 'Paperboy' star is set to produce and topline the supernatural movie, which is developed at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Efron decides to pursue his dream as a race car driver instead when Quaid asks him to expand their family's farming empire.
Efron will star opposite such acclaimed actors as Marcia Gay Harden, Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Giamatti and Jacki Weaver in the drama about John F. Kennedy assassination.