Actor Zac Efron is keen to return to his High School Musical roots for another round of the all-singing, all-dancing films. The Hollywood hunk shot to fame on the Disney franchise in the late 2000s, alongside his co-stars Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Corbin Bleu, but the castmates went their separate ways following the big screen release of 2008's High School Musical 3: Senior Year. Efron has since managed to carve out a career for himself in films like New Year's Eve, The Lucky One, The Paperboy and That Awkward Moment, but he admits he'd love to reunite onscreen with his old pals for another High School Musical outing - and he's not the only one. The 26 year old tells Eonline.com, "We're all thinking about it. I continue to see all the guys from High School... It's so cool because we never forget a single moment of that experience. It brings you right back to those days." High School Musical's first two instalments were made as TV movies, but the third film was given a theatrical release due to high demand, grossing $252.9 million (£158 million) worldwide on an $11 million (£6.88 million) budget.