The Ladies Of 'High School Musical 3' Seem To Be Repeating Themselves

Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens

MTV News recently had two chances to interview the hot young actors from "High School Musical 3: Senior Year." And although they had some interesting and insightful things to say both times around, we have to admit that some of the cast said things that sounded awfully familiar.

For instance, when asked in one interview about her future plans, Ashley Tisdale said this about "They Came From Upstairs," her upcoming film: "It's an action comedy, and I get to have my first action scene. It was a lot of fun, and I want to do more action scenes. It was very exciting."

Then, when we caught up with her again less than a week later, we wanted her to elaborate a bit more on the film. Her elaboration was nearly the same as her initial explanation: "It's an action comedy, and I had my first action scene in it, so it's pretty exciting."

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We also wanted to know how awesome it was for Vanessa Hudgens to work with longtime beau Zac Efron. "We have the most amazing time," she told us. "I think with the entire cast as well. We are all so close. I think we'd like to keep that door open to do another project together."

When we tried again to get her to talk about it, she dodged the bullet in the same exact way: "It's a lot of fun. The entire cast is my close friends, and we all grew up together, and we have an amazing time every time we get together. It's a blast."

Vanessa also wanted to reiterate in both interviews how edgy her new film, "Bandslam," is going to be. In interview one, she said, "I just recently did a movie called 'Bandslam,' which is a lot of fun. It's a little bit more rock and roll, and at the very end, I get to come out with my Flying V [Gibson guitar] and have my rock-out moment, so it's fun. It's different."

It sounded awfully similar to the description she fed us only a few days before: "It's really exciting for me. It's a different kind of movie. It's a little but more rock and roll," she said. "I get to play a character who's very different. She's a lot darker and more deadpan. She comes out in the end with a Flying V, and she gets to have her fun."

As this looooong presidential campaign has constantly reminded us, talking points are forever.