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Actor Zac Efron had a serious medical illness during the filming of the show’s title, “Kill Zac Efron” in Papua New Guinea (png), just in time for Christmas, according to a new report.
Efron, 32, was filming for the new series, as he seems to have been ill, have an infection, according to The Sunday Telegraph, which reports that he was flown to a hospital in Brisbane, Australia, and was undergoing a treatment for a number of days.
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The “Baywatch” star reportedly flew back home to the states on christmas Eve. The newspaper reported the Medical treatment, one medical evacuation company, based in Australia, was most recently an American in his 30s, from Papua New Guinea to Brisbane, australia.
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Efron’s most recent project, “the Killing of Zac Efron,” has been picked up by most of the mobile video platform, Quibi, The Hollywood Reporter reported last month. The show is said to follow the Efron — who became a household name, second only to Disney’s “High School Musical” movie series, was released in 2006 — “as he heads deep into the jungle of a remote island, falling-off-the-grid for 21 days.
“I have a tendency to thrive in extreme environmental conditions, and to seek out opportunities that will challenge me on every level,” Ephron said in a statement at the time. “I’m excited to explore new frontiers and to explore all kinds of adventure awaits.”
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As a guide, which is on Facebook, as That Freedom has been placed in the photos of Efron and, apparently, in Papua New Guinea (png), in the last few weeks.
During the filming, Efron was said to be only possible with the help of basic equipment, a guide, a partner and a camera crew to film the show, in which he was the executive production company, Ninjas Runnin’ Wild.