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Quite clearly, High School Musical 4 is just never going to happen The year -old made his breakthrough playing heartthrob Troy Bolton in. Gabriella Montez is a collage student in Cali. Troy Bolton her bully from high school will show up in her life once more in collage. What will. From the Big Flounce to how to deploy cheerleaders, the movie franchise is full of useful strategies, says arts writer Lucinda Everett.
She woke up in a sweat. She didn't know why he was still haunting her after 4 years. She looked at her clock. She figured she would get up since she knew she wouldn't get anymore sleep that night. She went to her computer. She opened the first message. It was from Taylor Mckessie, best friend from high school. She was the one who helped her survive Troy Bolton. Hey Babe, Seeing what was up.
Call me we should go shopping soon with Shar. Luv Ya, Tay Gabi smiled. Taylor, Sharpay and her still did things together as if they still went to school together. They only lived ten minutes from each other. They all moved to California together.
Chad Danforth moved with Taylor since they we're still dating after graduation. Chad was Troy Bolton's best friend but he treated Gabi as a sister.
Gabi didn't want to think about Troy. He hated her the moment she walked through the doors of East High. Gabi opened the second message. It was from Sharpay. Hey, Wasn't sure if Tay emailed you so I thought I would about our shopping date this weekend.
Call me and tell me if you're coming. You better be or I'll track you down.
Luv u Toodles Shar She loved her friends they always kept her up to date. She emailed them both back.
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Shopping with the girls was going to take all the stress out of her life. Well at least for a day. That's all she needed. Aside from myriad merchandise tie-ins there have been three successful touring productions of High School Musical On Ice. A stage play toured Britain earlier this year and is now playing in London's West End.
HSM creator and producer Bill Borden remembers making available the licence for independent theatrical productions of the first film. Senior Year, the stakes are higher still. Narratively, it is the climax of the trilogy. Our spunky young heroes and heroines are facing the prospect of graduation and college - how will that affect friendships and relationships?
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It's a world where the story is moved along by music and dance. And it's a very magical one. Who doesn't love watching that? It is also a great filming location: Utah's original superstars, the Osmonds, set up a studio complex in the nearby city of Provo, which has provided a wellspring of musical and technical talent. The result is that Disney makes, and sets, many films in Salt Lake City. The location manager Carole Fontana helped Ortega scout the school - he was particularly taken with the size of East High's gym, and the spectacularly tiered cafeteria.
Ortega was a choreographer working with Gene Kelly, Borden a young PA there is a nod to this first meeting in HSM3 - it features a dance scene set in a junkyard, as Coppola's film did. Borden went on to become a successful producer - he worked with the director Taylor Hackford on the musicals La Bamba and Hail!
Rock'n'Roll - and a father of three young boys. What they didn't like were Hollywood and Broadway show tunes. Borden did not have time for that. He would hire 10 writers from the contemporary pop world to write 10 songs, and he would allow them a month to come up with the goods. Having analysed the architecture of musicals, he gave them strict briefs: It is a genre synonymous with one movie: Was Borden confident his film could outpace the long shadow cast by that classic?
But it really is not a spin-off of Grease. People have asked me that [but] it wasn't one of my influences. Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet was more an influence on this movie. I figured if you're going to borrow themes and ideas you might as well borrow from Shakespeare.
The producer cites two reasons.
Lyrics to every High School Musical Song!
It was a huge hit, and is still broadcast every year during the football season. Gary Marsh was a junior executive at ABC at the time of the original production - he is now the president of Disney. Secondly, the Disney Channel had had great success with the musical trio the Cheetah Girls, a book series turned film turned touring act.
Even on a film set teeming with hundreds of teenage extras - and all the noise that goes with them - Ortega is a charismatic and loud figure. In the gym he marshals the bleachers full of teens with fatherly encouragement, even though he is barking it through a microphone. During a run-through of one of the songs he shouts, 'Don't just lip-sync, sing! I wanna see the spit! And that's why the movies are so successful - he goes to each of us and gets our opinions and lets us interpret our own themes into it.
But he also teaches us to love it and make it our personal goal to make this a hit, too. From the micro to the macro, everything is worked out.
On HSM1 Zac Efron's voice wasn't deemed strong enough for him to sing alone, so his voice was part-dubbed by Andrew Seeley Seeley didn't appear in the film but he did take part in the concert tour. High School Musical 3: What happens next to the franchise? College Musical, for example, would suggest a somewhat riskier and rather non-Disney proposition.
Enter, instead, plans for HSM: Joining the cast of HSM3 are three new, younger characters. Borden acknowledges that the idea to audition in Britain came from the president of Disney. And he suggested with the popularity of the show in Europe, especially in England, that we look to see if there was an actor that would fit.
McKenzie-Brown's casting led to the scripted character, Tiara, becoming an English transfer student.