High School Musical 3: Senior Year hits the shelves on DVD and Blu-ray on February 17 and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has provided us with a brief chat with the film's stars Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens who spoke about their experience making the film. Take a look below.
Spill the beans, guys... What happens in High School Musical 3: Senior Year?
Zac Efron: Well, it is the final year at East High for the Wildcats, so we're deciding for ourselves what we're going to do with our futures.
Vanessa: Our characters are growing and we're making tougher decisions, so you definitely see relationships blossom, as well as a lot of singing and dancing.
Do Troy and Gabriella change as they grow up?
Vanessa Hudgens: Gabriella has always been ruled by her head. In this movie, you see her being torn by her heart and her head - making tough decisions and trying to figure out what to do with family, friends, relationships and school.
Zac Efron: Troy's got a lot to balance. He's got Gabriella to look to, he's got basketball to train for and he's got his love of singing. Which way will he go?
Why were you hesitant to sign up for High School Musical 3, Zac?
Zac Efron:High School Musical has always been a blast to work on since day one. I just didn't know if a third one would work. When the script came in, I thought it was very well done - and it was an easy yes.
How much fun did you have filming?
Vanessa Hudgens: It was a lot of fun, but a lot of hard work, too.
Zac: I came into rehearsals a few weeks late, which was a really bad idea. It was tough catching up with everybody. You've got Corbin, who is the most incredible natural dancer I've ever seen, and Vanessa, who is tough to keep up with as well. It was rough!
Was it sad to say goodbye to the cast when you finished filming?
Zac Efron: After we filmed one of the last scenes, I was surprised by how emotional I got. A few of the girls got pretty sad. Me and Corbin tried to be tough and hold it in, though!
Is this really the last High School Musical for you two?
Vanessa Hudgens: I think that's it. I mean, it's senior year. You can't do high school again unless you flunk and the movie wouldn't have the same name if we went to college.
Zac Efron: You know what? It's been great to have High School Musical to look forward to and to not have that anymore is going to be weird. I think this is the final adventure for the Wildcats - but who knows?
High School Musical 3: Senior Year hits the shelves on DVD and Blu-ray on February 17.