He also appeared in some films Beach Movie (1998), the sci-fi thriller Soldier (1998).His feature films from this period include the Tim Allen comedy Galaxy Quest (1999), and the comedy Mystery Men (1999), which starred Ben Stiller, and the drama Family Tree (1999). Bleu: Actually, I have been approached and I'm in negotiations and working on just figuring it out. TVGuide.com: Have you received any sort of details? TVGuide.com: And is this pretty much a done deal for you? You know, it's going to be great, but also stressful. Bleu: No, we don't have a script yet, but I'm pretty sure the plotline is going to be graduation and the final senior year at East High. Bleu: Yeah, they've been incredible experiences and it's really going to be nice to go back for one last hurrah and then just finish up the whole High School Musical phenomenon.
Or get an agent to help you get roles in those kinds of shows.
[But] if you're trying to put up a good image and then at the same time you're out partying and doing a whole bunch of other stuff wrong, it becomes a little bit more of a pressure because you have to worry about trying to uphold that.
But if you're doing exactly what you're saying you're doing, then you have nothing to worry about.
recently chatted with another High School Musical star, Corbin Bleu. TVGuide.com: Let's talk a little about High School Musical 3. Bleu: I think that one of the most important things to remember is that, as people, whether you're under the microscope or not, you should try to practice good morals and try to practice being a good person.
Here are highlights from the interview: TVGuide.com: High School Musical has literally taken your life to new heights. I'm now heading to the airport, to get on a plane to Italy to promote High School Musical. I've heard that you guys are going to start shooting in January. As long as you are doing that as a person, no matter what, you shouldn't have anything to worry about.
Bleu moved with his family from New York to Los Angeles in 1996.