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Efron and Ford are in negotiations to topline the thriller about a psychiatrist whose young friend betrays him by seducing his wife and daughter.
The 25-year-old heartthrob makes hearts race in a new commercial advertising for the Brazilian fashion house.
CBS is developing a single-camera comedy show based on the 2011 movie, with Hilary Winston tapped to write the script.
The 'Butler' helmer admits that at first he was worried the 'High School Musical' star couldn't pull off his part in the film, saying, 'I was so scared for Zac because he came from another world.'
In the script written by Tom Gormican, Efron will portray one of the three friends who vowed to stay single.
Jon Hamm, Steve Carell, Kristen Bell, David Beckham and many more are also listed as the guest stars for the 43rd season of the children's TV series.
The Southern crime drama is also starring Matthew McConaughey as Efron's brother and John Cusack as Kidman's lover.
Joined by co-stars John Cusack and Matthew McConaughey, Efron and Kidman stole the spotlight at the special screening event for the Lee Daniels-directed thriller.
Donning a Calvin Klein gray suit for the special screening event, the 'Hairspray' actor is all smiles as he signs autographs for the awaiting fans outside the Bondi Junction Event Cinemas.
The 'Scream 4' star sends an old man to woo the 'Glee' beauty, and has two police officers stop the 'Lucky One' actor for a hit and run case.
Learning from a previous mistake he'd done when filming 'Summerland', Zac reveals that he avoids smelly foods before shooting a romantic scene with Taylor Schilling for their romantic film.
Between giggles, the actor said he thought it was a great message to add to the many messages of 'The Lorax' about better be safe than sorry.
While promoting his new movie 'The Lorax' in Los Angeles, the actor encountered an embarrassing moment as a shiny packet fell out of his pocket.
The 'Lorax' co-stars insert denial that they are dating to the revised lyrics of 'Pumped Up Kicks' they perform on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.
The actor voicing Ted in 'The Lorax' cleverly avoids mentioning the 'Mirror Mirror' actress when asked to name his Valentine's Day date during a recent appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.