So we got off on the right foot and started joking at the auditions, right before we started reading.Yeah, ever since that day it’s always been very comfortable with her.

They had people blowing heaters on us from underneath. We had to suck on ice cubes right before they yelled action so our breath wouldn’t show up in the air as much. JJ: Sounds like some pretty good Hollywood magic for that scene!

DS: (laughs) Yeah, those little tricks of the trade we learn. JJ: What do you personally have coming up the next few months? I recorded a Dean Martin Christmas song, and I actually did a duet with Alvin and Chipmunks, which will be coming out next month. And then I shot another movie in Saskatchewan called the “Shortcut,” probably comes out first thing in the New Year.

JJ: What was your favorite part of filming or your favorite scene to film?

DS: Probably the black-and-white ball scene, the big finale scene.

star Drew Seeley sat down with Just Jared to talk about his new musical comedy, his upcoming project with three singing brothers (you’ll never guess who! I hadn’t seen some of the cast since we shot, so it was nice to catch up with everybody. It’s got great pacing and has high energy, and its something that’s just made for kids, but older people can enjoy it also.

) and having instant chemistry with sweetie pie costar Selena Gomez. I didn’t think it would be that big of a deal but a lot of people found out about it and came out. JJ: What genres of dance are performed in the film?

) to the songs from the three movies in the series, you might've noticed that Zac's voice sounds a bit different in the first film.

Well, that's because it wasn't really him singing in the movie. I'm very fortunate that Drew has gotten proper credit and also that I've gotten the opportunity to come back and try it again with my own voice. I consider myself a regular kid that can carry a tune." OK, so let's back it up a bit.

The 26-year-old actor, whose voice was blended with Zac Efron‘s in the original (on Sunday)? DS: Hip-hop, tango, there’s a big tango scene, ballroom dancing… So all that kind of boy-band dancing stuff is in there too. DS: Yeah, the first things I did before singing and acting, my parents got me into ballet, tap, jazz, all that kind of stuff.

It’s not really a sequel, its kinda it’s own movie.

We dug all the way back to 2007 to uncover the truth and Zac actually gave an interview to the . I had to put my foot down and fight to get my voice on these tracks," Zac said. But this doesn't seem likely, since Zac said he met Vanessa Hudgens, the Gabriella to his Troy, while in the auditions and they were paired together to read a scene, which led to the duo being cast. Here he is singing "Breaking Free" with V: Both Zac AND Drew helped to create the Troy Bolton we all know and love, so something to keep in mind.