Zac Efron channelled his inner Tom Cruise as he ‘busted’ his granddad out of his nursing home.
Well, why not?
Taking to Instagram, the High School Musical star, 33, shared a video as he teamed up with brother Dylan Efron to have some fun with their relative.
‘We’re coming Grandpa! @dylanefron,’ he captioned the upload.
‘Time to bust grandpa out of here,’ the actor told viewers before putting his face mask on, with the Mission: Impossible theme tune ringing out over the top.
The pair were then seen living out their spy fantasies as they caused chaos around his rest home, roly-polying down the corridors and swiping key cards.
‘Let’s get out of here,’ Zac’s granddad said before they ‘quietly’ wheeled him out of the home, showing him in the front seat of their car and downing a coke.
The video ended with the family settling down for the Euro 2020 final and cheering the penalties on in style, as Zac laughed: ‘Grandpa is better at acting than I am’.
Ethan Hunt would be so proud.
Their day out comes after reports that the Hairspray star had quietly split from his girlfriend, Vanessa Valladares.
Zac and Vanessa are thought to have split (Picture: Instagram)
The pair were first linked last month after the Hollywood favourite relocated to Australia during the pandemic, for work.
They reportedly bumped into each other in Byron Bay, where Vanessa worked as a waitress, and hit it off instantly.
However, following a whirlwind romance, it has now been claimed the pair have called time on the relationship, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Kyle Sandilands, a friend of Zac, later confirmed the star’s single status, explaining they went their separate ways recently.
Appearing on the The Kyle and Jackie O radio show in April, he told the hosts: ‘It’s not a rumour, it’s for sure true.
‘It’s only recent, but not like yesterday recent, but they’ve gone their separate ways.
‘He’s back to work. They spent a lot of time with each other when he wasn’t working, lunching and living in the mansions on the beach, it’s a fabulous life.
‘And then work comes back and kicks you straight back into reality, so it’s a shame.’
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