April 07, 2008 04:27:36 GMT
Following speculations claiming that the 'Sweeney Todd' star may appear in 'High School Musical 3: Senior Year', Ashley Tisdale confessed her wish of working with him in the series.
Weeks after the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star Johnny Depp has been rumored to be making a cameo appearance in the highly anticipated "High School Musical 3: Senior Year", one of the film's stars Ashley Tisdale hinted that the speculations maybe possible. According to reports, the 22-year-old actress has revealed her wish to have the 44-year-old actor guest appearing in the Disney's movie.
In an interview with Extra, the new face of Degree Girl dished out that the filmmakers behind the successful Disney Original Movie series should get the '80s teen heartthrob from television series "21 Jump Street" to guest star in the third installment of HSM. "I would love for Johnny Depp to be in it. He did say in an interview that his kids love High School Musical and he wouldn't mind doing a cameo," confessed the actress/singer. "We should really jump on that one."
Tisdale's comment on Depp's cameo appearance speculation came after Depp gushed out to Entertainment Tonight that he would consider joining the cast of the musical series starring Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens among others. Back in December 2007 while promoting for his latest film "Sweeney Todd", the co-star of Christina Ricci in "Sleepy Hollow" stated that he would love to appear in the series since his children like the films. "Yeah!" he declared. "I'd play somebody's grandfather!"
Meanwhile, on the film itself, Tisdale also revealed that the cast have been working hard to make the third film the best of the series. "I heard it's like eights weeks of rehearsal this time so it's a lot. And the musical numbers are much bigger...We'll probably be dancing six hours a day," said the actress who will be seen in "They Came From Upstairs". Additionally, "Senior Year" is reported to be starting its production in late April 2008 and set to bow in theaters on October 24, 2008.