By CASSIE CARPENTER
Who's cuter? Zac Efron reached new levels of adorable by sharing a picture of his new Australian Shepherd affectionately named Puppy
He already sets teenage girls' hearts aflame all over the world.
But Zac Efron reached new levels of cuteness by sharing a picture of his new Australian Shepherd affectionately named Puppy.
'Here’s the photo of Puppy I promised earlier. It’s from last Christmas morning. Hilarious! Cheers & thanks again!,' tweeted Zac, who sports a much shorter, military-style haircut in the picture.
The 24-year-old heartthrob shared the image, from his Whosay page, during a Twitterview with his 332,000 followers in New York last Friday.
The busy actor has been flying all over the world promoting his new film, The Lucky One, and he did his best answering fan-submitted questions in 140 characters or less.
During the live Q&A, Zac admitted that he 'can't wait' to do another musical, he 'wouldn't have made it' through the military's basic training, and that if he wasn't acting he's be a sushi chef or 'testing video games.'
Ask me anything! Zac answered fan questions during a live Twitterview with his 332,000 followers in New York last Friday
Last night, the globe-trotting actor was spotted dining on his favourite food at the Berkeley street Nobu restaurant in London, while wearing a shiny dark denim ensemble and a black beanie.
Apparently, it was his cousin Emily, whose cancer is now in remission, that originally inspired Zac to star in new film The Lucky One.
His entire family attended the premiere.
'It's totally weird. I was sitting next to my mom and little brother for the love scenes. Awkward!' tweeted Zac, who said he was sad to be missing the annual Coachella Music Festival currently happening in Indio.
Zac and co-star Taylor Schilling got through their some steamy love scenes in the movie by maintaining an 'undercurrent of laughter.'
Sushi lover: The globe-trotting actor dined on delectable raw fish at the Nobu restaurant in London last night
Growing star: The 24-year-old put on 17 pounds of muscle to play a war hero in The Lucky One, a film based on the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name
The High School Musical star put on 17 pounds of muscle for the adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name.
Zac plays a Marine who returns to North Carolina following his third tour of duty in Iraq after finding a photograph of a woman he doesn’t even know.
Efron said he aspires to be more like the impossibly-perfect war hero, Logan Thibault, who is romantic, good with kids, has dance skills, and can play piano.
Fakin' it: Zac and co-star Taylor Schilling got through their some steamy love scenes in the movie by maintaining an 'undercurrent of laughter'
He'll next be seen as Jack James in Lee Daniels' The Paperboy, released later this year, which also stars John Cusack, Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman, and Scott Glenn.
The film is about a reporter who returns to his Florida home town to investigate a case involving a death row inmate.
Zac will also appear alongside Dennis Quaid and Heather Graham in an untitled drama from director Ramin Bahrani about an enterprising farmer whose plans cause problems within his family.