For the third installment, Disney is releasing "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" on the big screen.
Although the wildly popular and successful movies are coming to an end, fans can find comfort in the idea that the cast won't loose the bonds formed throughout the films.
During their senior year, the cast, made up of Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman are faced with graduation, college, and most importantly, the prom.
The gang stopped by the Early Show plaza to chat with Early Show co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez.
Efron just turned 21 on Saturday and although he is looking forward to what the future may hold, he is still in "High School Musical" mode.
"It's starting off pretty exciting. 'High School Musical' is about to come out. I don't know. We'll see what happens," Efron said.
Efron's sweetheart Hudgens, in the film and real life, isn't far behind in age. She's 20 years old.
"It's so amazing. I have got to travel all over the world with these guys and it's been incredible. A memory of mine I will keep very close to my heart," Hudgens gushed.
"High School Musical 3: Senior Year" is bittersweet for the cast.
"It was definitely emotional. It was a lot of tears. Very hard for us but we have each other for life now, so it's pretty amazing. We were just saying goodbye to our characters, not to each other," Tisdale said.
Bleu has already ventured into producing.
"I got a chance to go behind the camera, produce a film with my father called 'Freestyle,' which is due out in January. It's a motocross film and it's always great to venture in new things," Bleu said.
A native New Yorker, Bleu hopes to someday return to his roots.
"I was born here in New York so I'd love to maybe be able to come back to Broadway, come back home and maybe do some directing as well," Bleu said.
Coleman isn't sure what her next project will be, instead, she is just relishing the moment.
"I'm not sure. The adventure is happening right now just being here and having our movie come out so soon. We're just excited about it and great for the moment and enjoying the ride," Coleman said.
"We all grew up doing musical theater so for me, acting, singing and dancing have gone hand-in-hand," Hudgens said.
"High School Musical" fans wonder if it's just wishful thinking for a possible movie reunion down the road.
"I personally would love to do a movie with this cast again, but it's not up to us," Efron said.