"High School Musical" alums Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale are set to reunite for a new teen-friendly movie. This time around, the two young stars are going to lend their voices for an animated movie called "The Great Migration".
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hudgens and Tisdale will join Big Time Rush's members Kendal Schmidt and Logan Henderson in the voice cast ensemble. Hudgens will also reunite with "Pretty Little Liars" star Ashley Benson in the project.
Additionally, the teen group will lend their voices to an original soundtrack in support of the film, which is set up at newly-formed CMI Entertainment. Written by "Cheaper by the Dozen 2" scribe Kevin G. Schmidt, the animation is expected to kick off production on November 1. It, however, still hasn't found its director.
Explaining the upcoming film, Schmid says, "The idea for The Great Migration arrived in my email inbox via a weekly newsletter from an alternative physician I follow in Chicago. The film centers on a group of characters that encounter a mutated predator threatening to destroy the balance of their environment."
This is not going to be Hudgens' and Tisdale's first involvement in an animation projet. The former has previously voiced a character on Seth Green's TV series "Robot Chicken", while the latter has lent her voice to Disney Channel's "Phineas and Ferb".
Hudgens' recent big screen stint was "Spring Breakers", which also stars Benson, Selena Gomez and Rachel Korine. Tisdale, meanwhile, will next be seen taking a part in "Scary Movie 5".