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Dec 06, 2013 11:43 AM EST | James Knight
Zac Efron is recovering after suffering a broken jaw last month. The Neighbors actor has recently been spotted in his first pic since the accident. Efron has also been showing off his buff body in a shirtless promo parody of Kanye West’s Bound 2.
Zac Efron is getting back in action following his broken jaw. The actor was recently photographed out for the first time since his accident last month. Efron was spotted riding his skateboard in California earlier in the week.
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This isn't the first time that Efron has been spotted out and about after his accident, however, it is the first time that he was photographed. An unnamed source previously told People about seeing the star working out post accident:
"He looked great. But it was all business. He was concentrating on hitting the weights hard. He seemed really pensive and was looking around to see who was looking at him."
Efron showed off his buff body in a shirtless pic from his new movie The Neighbors with Seth Rogen. Zac even took a cue from Rogen by labeling the photo Bound 4 in reference to Rogen’s Bound 3 parody of Kanye West’s Bound 2 music video:
"Whether you're a #KanyeWest fan or not, fans are #Bound2 get a kick out of this new still from #ZacEfron and #SethRogen's film #NeighborsMovie Check out all the neighborly shenanigans when the comedy hits theaters next May! #uhhuhhoney"
However, Kanye West was able to keep his cool despite his usual tendency to blow up.
An unnamed source talked to HollywoodLife about West's cool demeanor regarding the parody:
“He realizes that not only are people talking about it, they’re imitating him and Kim--and imitation is the highest form of flattery and respect. He’s getting to a point now where he expects this type of sh*t to happen. He knows it’s coming. When it stops, that’s when the problems and the influence ceases to exist. He’s come into the mindset where [he] welcomes all the critics and criticism and all the nonsense.”
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