Many fans are now excited for the upcoming “High School Musical 4” movie. Disney Channel announced on March 1, 2016 that it is looking for the next batch of Wildcats to star in the imminent fourth installment of the drama-musical film series.

Details about the much-anticipated movie remain scarce up to this writing. Recently, one of the lead characters of the first three installments shared that she’s willing to reprise her role in the film.

Will Taylor McKenzie and Ryan Evans return?

American singer-actress Monique Coleman said in an interview that she would love to be a part of “High School Musical 4."

"Honestly, I would do that movie!" the 36-year-old star revealed to AfterBuzz TV, as cited by Teen Vogue.

The Orangeburg-born artist also confessed that she loved the fan-made trailer that made rounds late last month. The controversial fake teaser showed different cut clips from the previous projects of Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu, and Monique Coleman.

With a slowed-down version of the song “What I’ve Been Looking For," the trailer showed Troy Bolton (Efron) still hung up on Gabriella Montez (Hudgens), Ryan Evans (Grabeel) happily married with children, and Taylor McKenzie (Coleman) continuing to be that one good friend.

Aside from Monique Coleman, Lucas Grabeel also expressed his interest to join the forthcoming “High School Musical 4” movie.

“Yeah, of course. If Disney calls, my door is always open.

We work well together,” the 32-year-old actor revealed to J-14 magazine.

What we know so far

J-14 also claimed that Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale are not reprising their roles as Gabriella Montez and Sharpay Evans, respectively, anymore. The ex-girlfriend of Zac Efron confessed that she is now ready to pass the torch to the new generation since the actress feels she is too old to be playing a high school student.

Ashley, for her part, said that she is ready to move on, too.

"No. Looking back, it was such a perfect thing for its time and was so pure that I just don’t know how you go from there," the 32-year-old actress explained to New You magazine.

“High School Musical didn’t make us, we made High School Musical because of our friendship, how close we were, and the magic there at the time,” Ashley Tisdale went on.

Meanwhile, Zac Efron has yet to comment on the up-and-coming movie.

Disney has yet to announce the official release date of the “High School Musical 4." Stay tuned for more spoilers, news, and updates!