Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens and Stella Hudgens were spotted leaving the Universal City Walk in Los Angeles on 28 December 2009. Enjoy the pics!
By the way, Stella tweeted after, “Alright. so i went to see Avatar with ness and zac … then we got papparazzi’s and ran like avatars hehe:):)”
• December 28 – Leaving Universal City Walk In Los Angeles (x18)
Body-swap comedy “17 Again” has topped a list of 2009’s most gaffe-ridden films. The movie, which stars Matthew Perry and Zac Efron, is said to contain over 100 mistakes and general continuity errors.
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” and “Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen” tied in second place with 71 mistakes apiece, while “Night At The Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian” and “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” completed the top five, featuring 29 blunders each.
The survey, compiled by moviemistakes.com, also listed 27 errors in disaster movie 2012 and 25 in sci-fi blockbuster Knowing.
The website’s editor Jon Sandys said of the results: “This isn’t meant to be assigning blame – generally these are noticed by the biggest movie fans, even in films they loved. That said, you wonder how some of these blunders get past the editing room.” [Source]
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Since 2004, the Me and Orson Welles actor has devoted countless hours to Make-a-Wish (“He always makes time for kids who want to meet him,” says a foundation rep), which grants desired to young people with life-threatening conditions (wish.org). “It’s a great way to give back to the kids,” Efron, 22, tells Us.
Make-A-Wish’s Josiah, who suffers from the developmental birth defect spina bifida, met his favourite High School Musical performer in 2008. “Zac signed my brace that I wear to walk,” the 9-year-old tells Us. “He even signed my wheelchair!”
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Zac Efron attended Audi’s Aspen TDI Clean Diesel Event on 20 December 2009. Enjoy the pics!
• Audi’s Aspen TDI Clean Diesel Event 12/20/2009 (x14)
Zac Efron was spotted in Aspen on 20 December 2009. Enjoy the pics!
• December 20 – Out & About In Aspen (x5)
Zac Efron was spotted once again at Warner Park in Aspen on 20 December 2009. Enjoy the pics!
• December 20 – At Warner Park In Aspen (x14)
Girls had quite a hard time picking between Jesse McCartney and Zac Efron when they both starred in the 2004 WB series “Summerland.” Why? Well, the fact that they were both shirtless on the beach often made the decision rather hard. But, when the show bid a fond farewell after only two seasons in 2005, all we were left wondering is: did the two heartthrobs keep in touch?
Well, kind of. “I actually ran into Zac like two weeks ago,” Jesse told MTV News. “We ran into each other. Literally we pulled into the parking spaces at the same time. We talked for a few minutes.”
And with each of the guys finding phenomenal success in a post-“Summerland” world, Jesse says there’s no competition between them in Tinseltown. “Zac’s a great guy and I’m really happy for all the success,” he explained. “We worked together for two, three years on ‘Summerland,’ and I remember when he came on the second season, he came on as a guest star and people were so impressed that they made him a star on the show.”
The 22-year-old, who recently stopped by our offices to chat about his new music and his flick, “Alvin and the Chipmunks The Squeakquel,” can’t believe how quickly the time has gone. “Yeah, it was along time ago,” he added. [Source]
Zac Efron was spotted at Warner Park in Aspen on December 19th, 2009. Enjoy the pics!
• December 19 – At Warner Park In Aspen (x7)
Magic Moments may grant young cancer patient’s big wish. Darby Emma Jones has one of those faces that make her look like she belongs on the top of a Christmas tree. The 10-year-old Huntsville girl loves to read, write, act, sing and dance. Even on a cold morning, she practices waltzing alone in her living room.
This dance, however, is a little more than just practice for a yearly recital. Darby’s a candidate for the Magic Moments organization that grants wishes to children with life-altering medical conditions. Recently, Valerie Jones, Darby’s mother, received a letter stating that upon contact with the celebrity, Darby would have her wish fulfilled and would be able to waltz with Zac Efron, star of the “High School Musical” movies.
“I think Zac Efron is good and great,” Darby said. “When Mommy and Daddy were talking about it, I was like ‘Wow! Am I dreaming?’ But no, it’s real.”
Darby was a candidate because of a medical history much too long for a 10-year-old. She was born with Down syndrome and a problem with her heart. After undergoing open-heart surgery as a newborn, Darby was healthy until she was 2, when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia and underwent her first round of treatment. For six years, Darby lived cancer-free. Then in 2008, she developed another kind of cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and has since been undergoing her second round of chemotherapy, her mother said.
The weekly chemotherapy treatments require Darby to travel to Birmingham to the pediatric oncology and hematology division of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital. It was there that a representative from Magic Moments asked Valerie Jones if she would be interested in applying for Darby to receive a wish, Jones said.
“We got to put down three wishes,” Jones said. “Since Darby loves to dance, she said she wanted to waltz with Zac Efron.”
Darby now attends the Dance Your Dreams class at Merrimack Hall. The class provides dance education for children who don’t participate in mainstream dance education due to special needs or individual challenges, said Hayley Henderson, Darby’s former teacher.
“Darby always has tons of energy,” Henderson said. “She’s a great student, great listener, works very hard, a beautiful ballerina and loves being onstage.”
Even if the wish doesn’t work out, Jones said the important thing is for people to know how her daughter handles her medical problems. In all of the medical treatments, chemotherapy, bone aspirations and medicines, Darby has never complained, she said.
“I think we should all live our lives like Darby,” Jones said. “Her life is simple, uncomplicated. It’s in the now and it’s real.”
When asked what she would like people to know about her, Darby said, “I just want them to know I’m happy, that I try to be helpful and that I’m thankful for my family and friends.” [Source]