Zac Efron is one of Hollywood's biggest young stars. He's had a string of successful movies, including the "High School Musical" franchise, "17 Again," "The Lucky One," "Neighbors" and "Dirty Grandpa." He's also an accomplished singer, and has released two albums.
Now, Efron is facing a bit of a health scare. He recently underwent emergency surgery to correct a serious condition called aortic aneurysm. This is a condition in which the aorta, the large artery that carries blood from the heart, begins to bulge and could potentially rupture.
Efron is said to be doing well after the surgery, but it's unclear how this will affect his career going forward.
According to reports, Efron's surgery was successful and he is now recovering at home. He is said to be in good spirits and is expected to make a full recovery.
While Efron's surgery was successful, it's unclear how long his recovery will take. Aortic aneurysm surgery is typically followed by a period of rest and recovery, and it's unclear how long Efron will need to take off from work.
Efron has a number of upcoming projects that could be affected by his surgery and recovery. He was set to star in a remake of "The Greatest Showman" alongside Hugh Jackman, and was also set to star in an untitled comedy from director Seth Rogen. It's unclear if production on these films will be delayed or if Efron will have to drop out entirely.
In addition to his film projects, Efron also has a busy few months ahead. He is set to star in the third "Baywatch" movie, which is currently in production, and he is also set to promote his new album, "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising." It's unclear how his surgery and recovery will affect his promotional obligations.
Efron has a history of health problems, including a battle with addiction. He has been open about his struggles with addiction in the past, and has said that he is now sober.
We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.