‘My heart is still there’

Zac Efron revealed that he would love to be a part of the “High School Musical” reboot, noting that his “heart is still there”.

During an interview with ENews, the 34-year-old actor was asked if he would like to return for the reboot of the franchise. “Of course,” the actor said in response, New York Post reported.

“I want to have the opportunity to go back in any form and work with that team would be so amazing,” said Efron, adding: “My heart is still there. That would be incredible. I hope so it happens.”

The TV movie series ‘High School Musical’ was first released in 2006 and the sequel to the movie, ‘High School Musical 2’ was released in 2007. The third installment of the franchise, High School Musical 3: Senior Year, was released. released in 2008.

During the interview, the actor was also asked if he was a father in real life as he played a father in his upcoming movie, “Firestarter”, and often posts pictures of his little sister, Olivia.

The actor replied, “Yeah, maybe at some point. We’ll see. Sure, I’d love to be a dad someday, but I don’t know what if the movie pushed me to do it someday. Before.”

Given Efron’s upcoming projects, he will next be seen in “Firestarter,” which is being directed by director Keith Thomas. The film is based on the Stephen King novel of the same name.

He will also appear in an Apple TV+ movie, “The Greatest Beer Run Ever,” which will also star Russell Crowe, Kyle Allen, Will Ropp, Viggo Mortensen, Archie Renaux, Bill Murray and Ruby Ashbourne Serkis.

The first look of the film was released in March and in the still the actor is seen with a mustache and dirty clothes. “The Greatest Beer Run Ever” is an adaptation of the book of the same name by authors Chick Donohue and JT Molloy. The film is directed by director Peter Farrelly.

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