03:06 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 01/08/2014 11:15PM
Zac Efron looked as handsome as ever Wednesday
night at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, the actor's first official public appearance since breaking his jaw last November.
Efron, 26, had no trouble keeping up onstage with his That Awkward Moment costars Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller, with whom he presented the best comedic movie award.
"So, the three of us know just a little bit about awkward moments," Efron said. "In fact, there was this one time that I texted a girl and she didn't text me back for 20 minutes."
Originally posted 11/19/2013 12:30PM
That awkward moment when ... we can't stop staring at a photo of Zac Efron holding a cat.
PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the poster promoting his latest comedy, That Awkward Moment, a movie about the trials and tribulations of dating.
"That awkward moment when you realize you're attached to her kitty," reads the poster.
Efron would probably welcome a snuggly feline in his life right about now: The actor broke his jaw last week after slipping in a puddle. Plans to promote the upcoming film, which costars Miles Teller, Imogen Poots and Michael B. Jordan, have not been scratched, despite Efron's broken jaw.
Originally posted 10/16/2013 11:45AM
A fit and healthy-looking Zac Efron says he relies on loved ones to help him through tough times, which includes a recently completed rehab stint after his partying lifestyle got out of hand.
"My family's my rock," Efron said at a Culver City, Calif., press event Tuesday to promote his latest film, That Awkward Moment. "I know they're not going anywhere. More and more I've come to rely on my little brother to keep me grounded. He's 21 now."
Efron added of his support system: "I know my family's always going to be there. And there's also – as my life changes, sometimes they can't really be there for you ... and I rely on my friends."
Originally posted 08/25/2013 09:15PM
Just before the VMAs on Sunday, MTV premiered the an exclusive clip for Divergent, the Neil Burger-directed adaptation of Veronica Roth's young adult novel, starring Shailene Woodley.
The fast-paced trailer gave fans glimpses of tattoos, death-defying leaps, flying knives and gun-toting soldiers.
As Beatrice "Tris" Prior, the book and film's 16-year-old protagonist and narrator, Woodley lives in a futuristic dystopian Chicago, where society is broken into five factions, each dedicated to a different virtue. Abnegation (where Beatrice was raised) is for the selfless, Dauntless is for the brave, Amity is for the peaceful, Candor is for the honest and Erudite is for the intelligent.
Originally posted 08/02/2013 04:00PM
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