hasn’t been seen out and about on the nightclub scene as of late – and it sounds like there’s a reason.
The actor, 25, completed a stint in rehab about five months ago, sources confirm to PEOPLE.
The actor – who recently walked the carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival – is “doing great,” a source tells PEOPLE. “He’s taking care of himself and it shows.”
Efron will next star in Parkland, a drama about the Kennedy assassination.
E! News was first to report the news.
Source: Zac Efron Completed Rehab Stint
Molly Ringwald brought her daughter Mathilda, nearly 10, to the premiere of The Wizard of Oz 3D at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX in Hollywood, Calif. on Sunday (September 15).
The Secret Life of the American Teenager actress tweeted: “Strangest thing ever said to me on a red carpet: “I like your chicken.” #wizardofoz75″
Ringwald has said she won’t let her three children act.
She told Rookiemag.com, “I have three kids, and I won’t let them act for exactly that reason. I feel like there’s a time when kids should just be able to be kids and be adored by everyone. And, you know, acting is really a business. But of course my eldest daughter is nine and that’s all she wants to do. Sometimes I think I’m kind of pushing her to be an actor by denying her the right to do it.”
She and husband Panio Gianopoulos also have 4-year-old twins Adele and Roman.
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Source: Molly Ringwald & Mathilda: Premiere Pair
Drug-riddled exurbia, corrupt capital cities, countries threatened by terrorism, societies divided by race and class — in order to be nominated for the Outstanding Drama Emmy, it seems, your show has got to be set in someplace pretty bleak. Whether it’s Game of Thrones‘ Westeros or House of Cards‘ Beltway, these all seem like terrible places in which to live, so of course they’re great hotbeds of juicy drama. While we wait for the Academy to decide which show is the best, we thought we’d ask you: Which show’s setting is the absolute worst? We’ll break it down for you, in our own descending order of terribleness. Then it’s your turn to vote!
6. Mad Men’s 1960s New York City
On the one hand, you’ve got amazing fashion and furniture, the excitement of a changing society and the allure of the advertising industry and its accompanying liquor cabinets. But also: Things really still suck for women, people of color and homosexuals. There’s the Vietnam War going on. If you’re Don Draper, you will never be happy, even as a self-made rich white man. If you’re Don Draper’s wife, daughter or mistress, you’re totally screwed.
5. House of Cards‘ Washington, D.C.
The entire federal government — regardless of political party — is run by wheeling and dealing, self-serving, backstabbing men and women who care way more about personal gain than about public policy. The real question: Is this fiction?
Source: Which Of These Emmy-Nominated Dramas Is The Worst Place To Live?