Vanessa Hudgens is making a promise to her fans who have been waiting for her comeback to the music scene. She, however, refused to provide further details or a specific date for the highly-anticipated return during a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight.

'HSM' star hints at upcoming return to music scene

The singer-actress also admitted that the process of producing new music requires plenty of time and planning. The "High School Musical" actress is taking her time before she can formally make a comeback and give her fans the music they have been waiting for.

“I feel like when the time is right when all of my introductions are aligned, it'll happen. I'm in no rush," she said on her possible music comeback.

Vanessa Hudgens recently teamed up with Shawn Hook for his single, "Reminding Me," released in April. The steamy collaboration marked her comeback to the music industry since the release of "$$$ex" in 2013. Shawn Hook, on the other hand, admitted that the singer-actress has "added a beautiful highlight" to his new song.

Meanwhile, the "Beastly" actress has just concluded her first season on "So You Think You Can Dance" where she was appointed as one of the judges. When asked if she plans to take some time off from the limelight, the 28-year-old celebrity said she has no time for breaks given her packed schedule at the moment.

What to expect from Vanessa Hudgens after 'SYTYCD' stint

In fact, Vanessa Hudgens is all geared up for the filming of her upcoming movie, titled "Dog Days," which she likened to "Love Actually's" story. She added that the movie will offer different stories of the characters whose lives are interconnected with each other.

But unlike the famous 2003 romcom film, "Dog Days" will evolve around lives of these characters and their furry friends.

The "High School Musical" star will be joined by Nina Dobrev, Eva Longoria, and Finn Wolfhard for the upcoming flick. "I feel like the world is so crazy and hectic right now, we all need something to bring us together," the singer-actress explained.

Vanessa Hudgens will play the role of Tara, who is described as "a world-weary coffee shop barista who very much is looking for more," according to a Deadline report. Ken Marino will take the helm as the director of "Dog Days." The movie script was written by Elissa Matsueda and Erica Oyama.

The movie is expected to begin its filming this week in Los Angeles.