'High School Musical 4' news: Wedding bells happening for Troy and Gabriella?

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It has been 10 years since the first "High School Musical" has aired and a new generation of cast will be introduced for the fourth installment.

Amid the many speculations involving the return of actor Zac Efron and actress Vanessa Hudgens are reports stating their characters on the hit show will finally tie the knot on "High School Musical 4."

Efron and Hudgens, who play Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez respectively, fell in love while working on the previous three installments of "High School Musical." Their true-to-life romance was one that was widely celebrated by fans all over the world and their breakup has not stopped many of their shippers to want to see them back together.

While it looks like the real-life relationship is not about to happen, the prospect of seeing them as the deeply in love Troy and Gabriella excites the fans. Their involvement in the fourth sequel has not even been confirmed yet, but there have already been speculations regarding the role they would play.

Some news say Troy will be the new coach of the new batch of "High School Musical" athletes, while Gabriella will head the school's performing arts club. There have been rumors that the breakup of the characters will be included in the plot, but new speculations claim they will have a happy ending.

The happy ending is said to be one that fans of the show will witness as their wedding is supposedly happening in the upcoming installation. It has been eight years since the last sequel premiered and it would seem natural for the two to finally get married.

In real life, Hudgens has been in a relationship with Austin Butler since 2011 and Efron was currently reported to be dating singer-composer Taylor Swift. That being said, some say Butler is not comfortable about Hudgens and Efron working together again, but no official statement has been made.

While little details have been shared about "High School Musical 4," a statement from Disney Channel president Gary Marsh said that the franchise is part of Disney's DNA. He continued, "It embodies all that we stand for. As a way of continuing to embrace that heritage, we're excited to announce 'the start of something new' — as we launch a search for a new class of East High Wildcats to star in a fourth installment of the 'High School Musical' franchise."

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