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Brazil’s New London Pop-Up
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Salvatore Ferragamo: Crusin’ the Louvre
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Armani Conquers China, Chastises the Pope
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Zac, Vanessa, and Ashley Light Up the "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" Premiere
October 17th, 2008 @ 11:00 AM - Los Angeles
Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and the rest of their "High School Musical" cohorts graduated to college on Thursday night, descending on USC's Galen Center to celebrate the premiere of the third movie installment of that popular series.
Fans camped out overnight along the red carpet route to get a glimpse of those three and the rest of their popular co-stars of "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" as they entered the university's basketball stadium, where scores of lucky attendees greeted the assembled cast with delighted cheers.
Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Ryne Sanborn, Olesya Rulin, Chris Warren, Jr., Kaycee Stroh, and Justin Martin joined Zac, Vanessa, and Ashley in the somewhat wistful celebration, for with this "Senior Year" flick, they are obviously done with high school, at least in the movies. In real life, too, as the leading actors have all graduated as well.
"When we were filming," Efron recalled at an earlier press conference, "we took every opportunity to kind of revel in the scenes and in the dances, because we knew that this would be the last time that we were all together in this capacity."
And the actor, who actually turns 21 on Oct. 18, admitted his sadness at saying goodbye to the ongoing adventure of making "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" and the two earlier films.
"It's been a very safe and fun and creative place for us to work for the past three years and it's going to be pretty hard to leave that behind," he said.
Of course, there is always college, as well as a crop of new sophomore students in the new movie that might just keep the flame burning in yet another sequel, but Zac Efron is actually looking at a different high school experience for his next big-screen role.
"'Footloose' is coming together, actually," he revealed, referring to a planned remake of the Kevin Bacon classic from the Eighties. "We're trying to figure out the right way to do it, but it does look like it's going to happen."