Ashley Tisdale posted photos from the ‘High School Musical 3: Senior Year’ premiere in London, England at her imeem page. Ashley attended the event at Empire Leicester Square on Tuesday (October 7) with cast members Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, and Corbin Bleu. Watch footage from Mr. Paparazzi via YouTube below.
Ashley Tisdale attended the ‘High School Musical 3: Senior Year’ premiere in Munich, Germany on Sunday (October 5) with fellow cast members Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, and Corbin Bleu. Ashley wore a metallic Vivienne Tam mini dress, while Vanessa sported a strapless snake print maxi dress with a ruched bodice. Check out pictures from celebrity-gossip.net.
Corbin Bleu was spotted walking to his car with a female friend in Los Angeles the other night. The ‘High School Musical 3’ star looked a bit annoyed with the pesky pap asking questions about ‘HSM’ and Britney Spears, but remained cordial as he opened the car door for his date before driving off. Watch footage via YouTube below.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Productions announced Monday that ‘High School Musical 3’ will feature all six stars, Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman and Lucas Grabeel will star in the third and final installment, a feature film.
“I am the luckiest guy in the world and I know it,” ‘HSM’ director Kenny Ortega tells People magazine. “This will be our last time together and I love working with these kids so much. It’s going to be great.”
Tisdale had similar feelings, telling People, “I’m excited. But it’s going to be sad. It seems like it will be graduation and I’ll be crying while we’re filming.”
Corbin Bleu is currently filming the new movie ‘Free Style’, where the singer/actor plays an 18 year old young man, who is devoted to his family, and finds love and himself in his quest to win the Amateur National Motocross Championship.
Corbin Bleu revealed ‘High School Musical 3’ details to ‘The Insider’ correspondent Thomas Roberts, saying he’s “definitely in the process of signing on right now” for the Disney hit and he’s keeping in touch with his castmates, hoping they all sign on for the big-screen version. Video at theinsideronline.com has since been removed.
Corbin Bleu was on with Jeff and Jer Showgram of Star 94.1 FM in San Diego on Friday (September 7). Corbin talked about his racial mixture – Jamaican and Italian, performing later at the Open Air Theatre with Aly & AJ and Bianca Ryan, what he initially thought landing a part on ‘High School Musical’, how people are comparing it to ‘Grease’ of a new generation, how he stays grounded, his relationship with his parents, plans for ‘High School Musical 3’, and more.
The interview audio at akamai.net has since been removed.
Some tween magazines tell the New York Times they have seen circulation rise by as much as 25 percent on the strength of ‘High School Musical’ and hope for an additional boost when ‘HSM 2’ is released in August. “It’s the synergy,” said Molly MacDermot, the editor in chief of Twist and M. “It’s ‘High School Musical’ and what continues from it that drives the interest. For example, Corbin Bleu stars in the musical, then he comes out with a music album and then a video. So the interest is sustained. And it really hits these girls on an emotional level.” Read more.
Pop acts on television this week include former *NSYNC star Joey Fatone, who visits ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Monday; Corbin Bleu, who performs on ‘Good Morning America’ on Tuesday and visits ‘Total Request Live’ on Wednesday; the next Pussycat Doll winner Asia, who visits ‘TRL’ on Wednesday; Lindsay Lohan, who visits ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Wednesday; Ben Kweller, who performs on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ on Wednesday; Hilary Duff, who visits ‘The Tyra Banks Show’ on Thursday; and Tori Amos, who performs on ‘The Late Show’ on Thursday and ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ on Friday.
TMZ has learned that negotiations to return three of the four top stars of ‘High School Musical’, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu and Vanessa Anne Hudgens, have run into problems a the Disney Channel seeks to sign the trio on to star in the sequel. The three want a cut of the TV movie’s lucrative soundtrack and merchandise sales. Read more.