"High School Musical" is one Disney movie that will never be forgotten due to its flawless integration of music and an amazing storyline. No one can ever forget the love story of Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) and Troy (Zac Efron). Years after the last movie, fans are asking for "High School Musical 4." Is this happening?

A Wildcats reunion

Recently, a fan-made video made the rounds on the internet, purportedly being a teaser trailer for "High School Musical 4." It is titled "Once a Wildcat: A High School Musical Story" which he advertised would come out in 2018.

The video shows a mature cast which is set 10 years after high school. What makes it even more amazing is that it features the six core Wildcats reuniting.

According to Just Jared Jr, Vanessa Hudgens saw the video on Monique Coleman's Instagram. The actress said that she kind of died while watching it and admitted that she loved it. She added that after watching it, she had dinner with Ashley Tisdale.

Like Hudgens, Tisdale also loved the trailer and both agreed that if it was an actual movie, they would definitely do it. The outlet also reported that KayCee Stroh and Lucas Grabeel would also do that movie based on the fan-made trailer.

Grabeel said that if Disney calls, his door is always open, adding that they work well together.

Coleman also excitedly said that she would definitely do that movie too. Would Corbin Bleu and Zac Efron also join the rest of the stars for a "High School Musical 4" reunion?

Efron's confession

In other news, Zac Efron was recently interviewed by Vogue, wherein he answered 73 random questions.

This included questions based on "High School Musical." Efron expressed his love for the movie and it is obvious that he is a little emotional about it.

When asked about his favorite moment from the film, Efron refused to give his answer at first. He said he does not know and that there are so many scenes. But as the interviewer pushed him to reveal more specificities, he said that it's the finale wherein the curtains close.

Efron added that it tears him up. It is obvious that it isn't just Efron who loves this scene and finds it emotional. It sure is one memorable scene for all "High School Musical" fans since it means that they won't be seeing the Wildcats anymore.

But fans do not lose hope. Many are still looking forward to a reunion of the show's core cast. Will Disney finally give its fans "High School Musical 4" soon?