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Vanessa Hudgens Approves of 'High School Musical' TV Series

Vanessa Hudgens Approves of 'High School Musical' TV Series

Most of us let out a collective grown when Disney announced that a High School Musical TV series was on it’s way.

The upcoming show would make its’ debut on the streaming service that Disney is setting up in 2019, along with a Monsters, Inc. and Star Wars-inspired series, too.

While we did grown about it, being true HSM fans and all, at least one Wildcat is supportive of the project — none other than Gabriella Montez herself, Vanessa Hudgens.

“That’s awesome!” she told Cosmopolitan about the idea. “I grew up watching musicals. I love musicals. So I feel like the longer we can keep them alive, the better.”

So, would Gabriella pop up at all on the show?

“I dunno!” Vanessa shared. “I mean, we’ll see. If they ask, who knows.”

We’re thinking that if she did, it would be in the form of a vintage poster for Twinkle Towne.

'High School Musical' TV Series To Debut on Disney's New Streaming Service in 2019

'High School Musical' TV Series To Debut on Disney's New Streaming Service in 2019

High School Musical will be made into an actual television series!

The news comes after an investors meeting today with Disney (via THR) and the series, based on the entire film franchise will debut on the streaming service in 2019.

The only question now is if Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Taylor, Kelsi, Jason, Zeke and Chad will be returning — or will it be the High School Musical 4 characters?

On top of that, a Monsters, Inc. television series. Looks like Landry Bender called that one!

The streaming service hasn’t posted pricing just yet, but the plan is “to offer the service for less than the price of Netflix, which currently costs $11 per month for its standard plan.”

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Jordan Fisher Knows 'High School Musical' Better Than Corbin Bleu

Jordan Fisher Knows 'High School Musical' Better Than Corbin Bleu

Corbin Bleu may have starred in High School Musical, but he had no chance against Disney aficionado Jordan Fisher.

The two Dancing With the Stars dancers went face-to-face in Disney trivia for a new video. Their third trio member, Lindsay Arnold, served as moderator, asking the two actors rapid-fire questions.

It was not a close contest. Jordan stunned Corbin with his Disney knowledge, answering almost every question within seconds, including one about when Troy and Gabriella met in HSM.

“New Year’s Eve,” Jordan answered immediately.

“You!” Corbin responded, turning to his competitor in disbelief.

Watch Jordan wipe the floor with Corbin (sorry, Corbin) below:

The 'Stranger Things' Cast Watched 'High School Musical' on Halloween

The 'Stranger Things' Cast Watched 'High School Musical' on Halloween

The cast of Stranger Things did not have a typical Halloween this year!

Stars Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, and Noah Schnapp appeared on The Tonight Show last night (November 2) and told Jimmy Fallon all about their October 31 plans.

“We watched High School Musical,” Caleb revealed. “It was weird.”

“We planned on watching a horror movie,” Gaten explained, adding that he grew up watching the HSM franchise with his sister and co do all of the harmonies without even trying.

As for Finn, he thought they would be watching horror movies that night — but couldn’t complain.

“I get a text from Gaten saying we’re gonna watch a bunch of scary movies and I show up and they’re watching High School Musical,” he said. But the movies shaped his life: he only plays basketball because of Zac Efron!

Watch Finn‘s A+ Troy Bolton impression and their unreal dance battle below!


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'DWTS' Troupe Performs 'High School Musical' Tribute on Disney Night (Video)

'DWTS' Troupe Performs 'High School Musical' Tribute on Disney Night (Video)

Dancing With The Stars just performed the ultimate tribute to High School Musical and we are living for it!

Just ahead of Frankie Muniz‘s performance, the pro cast showed off their skills to “We’re All In This Together” for an amazing dance tribute!

If you remember, Monique Coleman was the first HSM alum to compete on the show in season 4. She was partnered with Louis Van Amstel and came in 4th place.

Corbin Bleu partnered up with Karina Smirnoff for season 17, and was the runner-up.

Pro Allison Holker was actually in the first two HSM movies, and bonus — Jenna Johnson‘s brother Skyler actually played a young Troy Bolton in High School Musical 3!

Check it out below!

Vanessa Hudgens Would Definitely Make 'High School Musical 4' If It Was THAT Fan-Made HSM4

Vanessa Hudgens Would Definitely Make 'High School Musical 4' If It Was THAT Fan-Made HSM4

Vanessa Hudgens is totally on board to make that High School Musical 4 movie, inspired by that fan-made trailer.

Speaking with Young Hollywood recently, the actress, who played Gabriella Montez in the movies, revealed that she was majorly impressed by the visual.

“I saw it on Monique [Coleman]‘s Instagram, actually,” Vanessa says of the first time she saw it. “I kind of died [watching it]. I loved it.”

The visual saw the core six Wildcats reunite in many different ways.

“I had dinner with Ashley [Tisdale] that night after watching it and I was like ‘Babe, did you see this? It’s insane.’ She was like ‘Oh my God, yea. If we did that movie, I’d do that movie.’”

So, Vanessa would be in, Ashley is in, Monique is in. KayCee Stroh is in and maybe Lucas Grabeel too.

Disney, time to wake up!

'High School Musical' Stars Monique Coleman and Lucas Grabeel Would Be Up For THAT Movie Reunion

'High School Musical' Stars Monique Coleman and Lucas Grabeel Would Be Up For THAT Movie Reunion

Last month, the internet lost it when a fan-made High School Musical trailer made its way online again.

The visual saw the core six Wildcats reunite in many different ways and had us all screaming at our screens and shooting off emails to Disney to make THIS movie asap — and it looks like at least three of the stars of the first three movies would be up for it.

KayCee Stroh was one of the first to share the trailer on Twitter, so she’s in.

And so is Lucas Grabeel: “Yeah, I saw it. Kenny Ortega tweeted it and I watched it. It’s great,” he told J-14.


Lucas added, “Yeah, of course. If Disney calls, my door is always open. We work well together.”

Monique Coleman, aka Taylor McKessie, would be in too.

“Honestly, I would do that movie!” she shared with AfterBuzz in a recent interview.

We all know that director Kenny Ortega is in, too. He did say he’d return to direct if Disney offered.

So, for that movie, would Ashley Tisdale, Vanessa Hudgens, Corbin Bleu, and Zac Efron be in too?

A Fan-Made 'High School Musical' 10 Years Later Movie Trailer Is Everything We've Ever Wanted - Watch!

A Fan-Made 'High School Musical' 10 Years Later Movie Trailer Is Everything We've Ever Wanted - Watch!

Don’t lie to us and tell us you haven’t once thought about another High School Musical movie where we actually catch up with the Wildcats to see what they’re all up to now hasn’t crossed your mind.

Earlier today, a fan-made trailer doing just that found its way online, and obviously, fans are going nuts and now we need this movie made ASAP!

The trailer shows that Troy and Gabriella (Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens) have been broken up for a while, but yet he’s still in touch with Sharpay (Ashley Tisdale), reminiscing about what might’ve been for them.

Sharpay and Chad (Corbin Bleu) actually work together somehow and Ryan (Lucas Grabeel) is a father!

Check out the fake trailer below now!