‘High School Musical 3’ Turns 10 Years Old
It’s been how long?
Nothing will make you feel old quite like finding out that the last High School Musical movie was released a decade ago. Even if it doesn’t seem real, 10 years have passed since High School Musical 3: Senior Year first premiered in theaters.
10 YEARS ago today, High School Musical 3 was released in theaters! Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat! 🐾🏀🎤
— High School Musical (@hsmnews) October 24, 2018
In celebration of the monumental anniversary, fans took to Twitter to reminisce on the beloved film:
— S♡nchi Aguil★r (@sanchiofficial) October 24, 2018
Today is the 10th year anniversary of #HighSchoolMusical3 where in the world did time and my childhood go??? 😭 😭
— Juanita Morales (@JuanitaM_007) October 25, 2018
— tay tay (@tailorharms) October 24, 2018
Some original cast members even joined in on the fun. Lucas Grabeel, who portrayed Ryan Evans, admitted to tearing up when reposting the film’s final scene on Instagram:
And of course Coach Bolton, played by Bart Johnson, used the anniversary to make yet another hilarious HSM reference.
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10 years later and I still can’t sleep through the night in fear friggin Darbus is gonna smash through my bedroom door and tell me my son is starring in her Twinkle Town musi-cal. 🙄😒 #FrigginDarbus #hsm #tenyearanniversary LOVE MY #WILDCATS!!!!!!!! #notmydarbus #10years #whatteam 🏀🐾
Even though the films are far in the past, the High School Musical legacy continues to live on. A television series spinoff of the franchise is currently in the works and will premiere on Disney’s streaming service in 2019.