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Disney Channel just announced that it's officially returning to East High for a new installment of the hit TV movie franchise. We'll not only meet the new Wildcats, but we'll also get to know East High's rivals, the West High knights! Basically this is the best news we've gotten since we found out about Zac Efron's arms, and it almost makes up for the fact that Zefron was unable to participate in the recent 10th anniversary celebration of the iconic franchise. As a way of continuing to embrace that heritage, we're excited to announce 'the start of something new' as we launch a search for a new class of East High Wildcats to star in a fourth installment of the 'High School Musical' franchise.
High School Musical 3 introduced new characters such as Rocket Man, Tiara Gold and Donnie, a trio that appeared to be genesis of a brand new generation of all-singing, all-dancing pupils. Despite constant reports of a fourth movie, however, these freshman faces were never seen again. The familiar group have all left East High behind and even if some of the originals could be convinced to return, Efron and Hudgens were very clearly moving onto pastures new. Craig first began contributing to Screen Rant in , several years after graduating college, and has been ranting ever since, mostly to himself in a darkened room. Having previously written for various sports and music outlets, Craig's interest soon turned to TV and film, where a steady upbringing of science fiction and comic books finally came into its own. Craig has previously been published on sites such as Den of Geek, and after many coffee-drenched hours hunched over a laptop, part-time evening work eventually turned into a full-time career covering everything from the zombie apocalypse to the Starship Enterprise via the TARDIS. Since joining the Screen Rant fold, Craig has been involved in breaking news stories and mildly controversial ranking lists, but now works predominantly as a features writer.