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He has the type of regimen that makes older men weep -- working out daily, eating healthily and even drinking p H-balanced water from a specially installed alkaline faucet. "On the grand scale of things, he's doing a pretty good job," says Rogen.
Well, that's because it wasn't really him singing in the movie. And he sounds great in all of these songs so that leads us to wonder... There was a theory that the songs were already recorded before Zac got signed on to the movie and there wasn't enough time for him to record them and Drew actually co-wrote "Get'cha Head In the Game," so he had been involved with the project early on. You probably guessed by now but yes, Drew took his place.I've learned from each one." It's April 11, mere weeks since the 26-year-old star of the got into a tussle with a homeless man in downtown Los Angeles in the early hours of the morning.Add that to his well-publicized stint in rehab, and any reporter might be forgiven for expecting the worst.Since then, he has received a surge of offers based on strong word of mouth about his performance but has opted not to shoot anything.He is trying to shed an unwanted skin, cleanse himself mentally and physically, purge a past that has come to haunt him."When you have success young, and you accept the good things, you have to accept all of it.You have to accept the moments of glory but also a great responsibility.Precisely what happened has given rise to endless tabloid speculation, and Efron is coy about the details."I had a friend come pick me up late at night -- we were looking for a place downtown to get a bite and catch up," he says, without identifying the friend.But as we sit for lunch at West Hollywood's Soho House, I'm surprised to find him thoughtful, gracious and candid about the growing pains he has endured while navigating the shoals from teen celebrity to adult stardom."I was drinking a lot, way too much," he says, acknowledging there were drugs, too. I mean, you're in your 20s, single, going through life in Hollywood, you know? I wouldn't take anything back; I needed to learn everything I did.